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Night Dive

The heat is on and the beat is on, and you won’t want to miss the final Night Dive in our summer series.

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. Turn up and take it all in!

Bands (In Order of Appearance)

  • Amoeba Boys
  • Janie
  • Inti Wawa
  • La Rabla

DJs

  • Deemoray
  • Foras
  • Ninja Loving
  • Benny Jets

Art

Watch Kristina Drake as she sculpts a piece inspired by our natural world. Her other works on display comment on our fragility and temporary existence in this world.

Other Activities

  • Seymour the SharkPuppet Show: The esteemed Dr. Seymour Shark is joining us for an educational lecture about The Science of Ocean Sexy Time. Shows at 8:00 and 9:45 p.m.
  • Food Trucks: Grab a bite to eat from one of the food trucks parked on the front plaza of the Aquarium. Line up will be posted in the Facebook Night Dive event page closer to the event date.
  • Henna Tattoos: Stop by for a traditional Henna tattoo from N&S Henna Co.

Upcoming Night Dive Dates

Night Dive
Event Information
When

Friday, Aug 25, 2017 | 7:00 PM–11:00 PM
Friday, Nov 10, 2017 | 7:00 PM–11:00 PM
Cost $17.95. Aquarium members get in FREE.
(Bar drinks sold separately)
Tickets Not a member? Click here to buy your tickets online now! This event will sell out.
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.
RSVP (562) 590-3100
Facebook Check out Night Dive on Facebook!
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Want to participate in Night Dive? Bands, performers, artist, lecturers, and other interested parties should fill out the form here.

Programming is subject to change. Lorikeet Forest will be closed. Those birdies need their rest!