The Elements are back with an all-new party program featuring live musical performances throughout the Museum of Science & History.
You may have attended one of our previous soirees, but you’ve never seen anything like this! We’re letting some of the most innovative and talented experimental musical acts you’ve probably never seen take over the museum, transforming it into a live, interactive demonstration of the Science of Sound!
Explore the museum (including the new Nature Unleashed: Inside Natural Disasters exhibit) to a curated live soundtrack featuring the psychedelic acoustic sounds of All the Oceans, Jeremiah Johnson and an audio-visual hallucination from Severed+Said.
Then head into the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium for an immersive multi-sensory experience at the hands of Navigateur with Datadiamond.
Finally, ascend to the roof overlooking the St. Johns River and the Downtown Jacksonville skyline for a finale under the stars with the instrumental post-minimal jazz fusion ensemble, Tambor, featuring members of Sea Cycles, Civil Brute and Antarctic.
Oh! And did we mention all the FREE tender, juicy BBQ from MOJO no. 4, tasty beers from Aardwolf Brewing Co and cold brew coffee from BREW Five Points that’s included with admission and also totally FREE? Plus, everyone’s favorite – liquid nitrogen ice cream!
Early Bird price of $35 until November 6! Ages 21 and up only.
This event is limited due to roof and planetarium capacity and considering every single Elements party thus far has completely SOLD OUT, we strongly advise buying your tickets now while you still can. See you all November 14th!
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