What myths and legends lurk in the halls of the Aquarium of the Pacific? Get thee to the next Night Dive to find out more about the legendary creatures of the sea and the untold story of climate change. Plus, you’ll enjoy sipping on a drink while you take in the beauty of the kid-free galleries!
Night Dive is an adults-only event with local bands rockin’ out right next to the fish, DJs spinning in the Aquarium’s galleries, and inspiring works of art, cocktails and drinks, and tasty bites from food trucks. Come take in the Aquarium at night, when the lights go down and the bubble curtain goes up in Honda Blue Cavern!
Take in Water: Our Thirsty World, a photography exhibition organized by the Annenberg Foundation in Los Angeles in partnership with National Geographic.
Bands and DJs
- The Black Noise
- dj B-side
- Dj Camillo Torres (Brasil)
- Dj Brizuela
- The Almighty Nectar
- Clint Jun
- DJ Eusebio Akasa
- Enjoy appearances and photo opportunities with King Neptune and his magical sea fairy. You’ll laugh hard at his one-liners and humorous opinions on climate change.
- Join us for a legendary lecture, Sharks: Myths, Legends, and El Niño, with Emily Meese from the CSULB Shark Lab.
Food Truck Lineup
- Pho King Awesome
- Nestor’s Taco
- Me So Hungry
- Mangia Ristorante
- Slammin’ Sliders
- Street Kitchen
Don’t miss the Karl Strauss Beer Lounge!
Friday, Feb 12, 2016 | 7:00 PM–11:00 PM
|Cost||$14.95. Aquarium members get in FREE.
(Bar drinks sold separately)
This event is sold out. Tickets/reservations are no longer available.
Members get in free. Simply show your card at the entrance.
|Ages||18+. Alcohol will only be available for purchase to those 21 and over who have valid ID.|
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.Aquarium of the Pacific DD/MM/YYYY
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*Lorikeet forest will be closed. Those birdies need their rest.