If you have nothing to do on March 30, here's something you can look at for when the LHC is scheduled to have its first ever 7 TeV collision. The LHC will webcast the event, including live feed from the control rooms of all the major detectors.
If everything goes well, don't expect any "fireworks". Experimental physics typically is boring to look at, because nothing physics happens most of the time, unexpected explosion notwithstanding. :)