New York City’s Empire State Building has been a beacon of hope and inspiration since the historic skyscraper arose to historic heights during the Great Depression in 1931. Over the years since then, its operators have utilized music and its world-class lighting capabilities to inspire New Yorkers when the sun goes down with showings of amazing luminescence synchronized to songs like Steely Dan’s “FM (No Static At All)” and Dead & Company‘s 2017 performance of “Touch of Grey”.

The latest rock-inspired display came on Saturday night when iHeartMedia and Empire State Realty Trust teamed up to produce a light show themed around a Beatles medley of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)” and “A Day in the Life.” Both songs appeared on the band’s landmark 1967 studio effort, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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The lighting show designed by Marc Brickman, which began at midnight, synced together with the broadcast of the two familiar classic rock tunes on local radio station Q104.3.

Watch the show from Saturday night below.

Empire State Building Light Show Synced To The Beatles – 4/11/20

The Empire State Building has made it a new nightly tradition to sparkle its world-famous lights in the colors of first responders in tribute to the city’s emergency workers as loaded hospitals and busy paramedics help those across the city affected by COVID-19 fight. The building also syncs its lights to Alicia Keys’ “Empire State of Mind” followed by a five-minute moment of darkness in memory of those who have died in the ongoing global pandemic.