The Long Beach Museum of Art presents LBMA After Dark approximately three times a year. The events coincide with the openings of new exhibitions within the museum. Each a unique, lively nighttime art happening, complete with world-class artwork, music, live entertainment, and an appetizer and cocktail menu specially crafted to complement the featured exhibitions.
LBMA After Dark is open to the general public with a $10 admission fee.
BUT if you bike to LBMA After Dark you get a ticket for one free alcoholic beverage. Excellent.
Admission is free for Museum Members + one guest! So sign up for a LB Museum membership at any level, and receive free admission for you and a guest for an entire year. Members come in at 5:00 p.m. to take advantage of a one hour hosted bar. General admission is 6-10pm.
The next LBMA After Dark has yet to be announced but they are having a gala event:
Groovy 60th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday, September 25, 2010
6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
$175.00 per person
Reserve your groovy tickets online now: Anniversary Bash Reservation or call 562-439-2119
The Long Beach Museum of Art and its Fundraising Affiliate, Phoenix, invite you to celebrate 60 years of collecting and exhibiting art. This event will include tapas dining, a hosted bar, access to our Celebrating Sixty exhibitions, dancing and a live musical performance by Magical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to The Beatles.
60’s attire is preferred. The Bash will feature groovy activity booths for guests to enjoy, including fortune telling, photo booths, cigar rolling and more! It will also include a silent auction featuring over fifty parties, trips, and gifts.
The Long Beach Museum of Art is a 501(c)3 organization. $125 of each ticket purchased is tax deductible. All proceeds from this unique event will support the Museum’s mission to serve as an educational resource to the community.
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