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Let’s flamingle! For one night only, we are transforming the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum into our very own tropical hideaway in the desert! A night for adults only to hula on over to explore the Museum and go coconuts!
With bars on every floor, light tropical bites to nosh on, a silent disco, activities, amazing raffles and more – you won’t want to miss our fourth annual Night at the Museum! Plus, new this year, our special VIP Tiki Lounge!
Parking: Free Parking is available at the parking garage adjacent to the museum. The open lots are paid parking.
Age Limit: This is a 21+ event ONLY! Please bring your ID for age verification.
VIP TICKETS: $125 per person
Includes admission, all activities, light tropical bites, 3 drink tickets, VIP lounge & souvenir
GENERAL ADMISSION: $60 per person or $100 for two
Group Prices: $45 per ticket for group of 10 or more
Includes admission, all activities, light tropical bites and 1 drink ticket
BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE! https://e.givesmart.com/events/bOD/
Dress Code: Come in Happy Hour Casual or your favorite Hawaiian Shirt & Hula Skirt so you can dance, climb, and party your way through the Museum!
Drinks: Cash Bar is available – don’t get shipwrecked, but part of the bar proceeds will come back to supporting the event.
If you’re liking the feel of that cool island breeze, sponsorships and advertising opportunities are available by emailing [email protected]
For more information, contact [email protected] We can’t wait say Aloha when we see you!
Details regarding the event are subject to change.
Dirty Rock & Roll Dance Party presents avant-pop psychedelic band Strawberry Mountain from Seattle, WA.
Placebo Jesus rings to life with pulsing verve, featuring jangling bells echoing over Carter Prince’s smooth vocals calling out in syncopated mirror-rhythms: “all this beauty would be meaningless without all this pain, without this death.”
The new single from Seattle-based outsider collective Strawberry Mountain sees singer/songwriter Carter Prince exploring new sonic landscapes and dynamics as he diffuses grief with humor. The song is a vaguely operatic journey that sees the grieving young musician charge headlong into the impending apocalypse, featuring evolving beats, a warbling 1960s farfisa organ, and big builds that flirt expressively with mild dissonance.
Written following the deaths of two close family members, Placebo Jesus is as much a coping mechanism for Prince as it is a testament to the band’s DIY ethic. Written and recorded collaboratively, the song calls to mind all that’s best about the flourishing Seattle scene while staying true to Strawberry Mountain’s eclectic zeitgeist: magnetic, frenetic, and sonically compelling.
Recently featured in a KEXP in-studio performance and fresh off a US west coast tour, Strawberry Mountain are planning on hitting the road again for an east coast tour in the fall and a southern US tour in the spring.
The Bunkhouse Saloon
Sunday, February 3rd, 2019
Let your love shine at the happiest run under the sun! On The Color Run Love Tour, good vibes are the only kind of vibes allowed. Join us as we celebrate what we love about ourselves, each other, and the planet we all share. Run wild. Love wild. Stay wild.
Posted by The Color Run on Wednesday, January 10, 2018