The Aquarium of the Pacific presents Night Dive with support from our friends at MOLAA.
We naturally select you to enjoy an evening filled with art, music, and science. Join us for a celebration of love and life as we explore how they can change over time.
Take in the Aquarium at night, when the lights go down and the bubble curtain goes up in the three-story-tall Honda Blue Cavern exhibit. At the Aquarium of the Pacific’s Night Dive, geared toward adults ages 18 and up, enjoy bands, groove to some DJs, and be moved by works of art. The Aquarium will have special programs and hands-on projects aimed to engage, inspire, and enlighten.
Fine Art Experience curated by Miranda Castillo
Musical Performances by
- Woolfy Vs Projections
- Malik the FreQ with Special Guests
DJ Sets by
- Thomas PM Cady
- The All Mighty Nectar
Dr. Suzanne Edmands
Dr. Suzanne Edmands is an Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Southern California. Her research focuses on conservation and evolution of marine animals, including zooplankton, sea urchins, and fish.
Dr. Craig Stanford
Dr. Craig Stanford is an authority on primate behavior and human origins and the author of 15 books and more than 100 articles. He is Professor of Biological Sciences and Anthropology at the University of Southern California and Director of the USC Jane Goodall Research Center.
Arriving at 5:30 p.m. Night Dive admission not required. No cover.
- Don Chow Tacos
- Fresh Fries
- The Greasy Wiener
- Lobsta Truck
- Lime Truck
- Palazzolo’s Gelato Truck
Friday, Feb 15, 2013 | 7:00 PM–11:00 PM
|Cost||$14.95. Aquarium members get in FREE.
(Bar drinks sold separately)
|Tickets||Members get in free. No reservation needed.
Reserve tickets online.
|Ages||18+. Alcohol will only be available for purchase to those 21 and over who have valid ID.|
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*Lorikeet forest will be closed. Those birdies need their rest.