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Adults 18+

Night Dive

Odd Couples

Find out what happens when art, music, and marine life hook up for an unforgettable evening. From gender bending fish, to other fins with benefits… we will explore fascinating relationships that form beneath the sea.

Take in the Aquarium at night, when the lights go down and the bubble curtain goes up in Honda Blue Cavern. In the usual Night Dive tradition, enjoy cocktails, food trucks, music from local bands, DJs spinning in the Aquarium’s galleries, and works of art.

In keeping with the theme of the evening, guest speaker Milena Acosta will discuss odd couples of the sea. Long Beach’s own personality Jewels will grace the Night Dive stage and bring drag performers to entertain attendees. The Museum of Latin American Art will provide an interactive art station.


Curated by Miranda Castillo, Featuring art by Glen MannGlen Mann, creator of life-sized animals made out of palm fronds


  • The Radioactive Chicken Heads
  • Rudy De Anda
  • Space Shuttle to Nicaragua
  • Sight and Sound installation: Qrux

Drag show interludes

Jewels and the gang

Guest speaker

Milena Acosta, Natural History Museum, odd couples of the sea

Night Dive
Event Information
When Friday, Feb 13, 2015 | 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.
Click here to buy your tickets online now and avoid the lines!
Ages 18+. Alcohol will only be available for purchase to those 21 and over who have valid ID.
RSVP (562) 590-3100
Calendars 13-02-2015 19:00:00 13-02-2015 23:00:00 6 Night Dive

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.

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*Lorikeet forest will be closed. Those birdies need their rest.