Producer, Creator Of The Largest Light Concert In History At The Time
The City Of San Francisco gave Scott a mountain, called "Twin Peaks" in the middle of San Francisco, for a week.
Everybody within the red circle, below, could view and hear the event:
THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU SAYS THAT THE VIEWERSHIP WAS OVER FOUR MILLION PEOPLE!
If you can see Sutro Tower on top of Twin peaks you could see the event. If you had a radio or a computer, you could hear and participate in the event.
Scott had control of the whole top of the mountain for a week.
His army of hundreds of technicians, 'Symphony Light Orchestra' public volunteers, public groups including Wavy Gravy and the Hog Farm, Haight Ashbury Medical Group, Electrical Union staff, SFPD and others, brought the brightest display system, ever deployed, to the middle of San Francisco for all to experience along with a simulcast soundtrack and interactive public control of some of the lights!