Cool Summer Nights: Music Night


When:
August 10, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
2018-08-10T18:00:00-05:00
2018-08-10T21:00:00-05:00
Where:
Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 Congress Avenue
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bullock Texas State History Museum
5129364668

The final Cool Summer Nights will take inspiration from Austin’s thriving music culture and the Museum’s exhibition celebrating the history of Austin City Limits. Guests can pick up a ukulele and experiment, experience contemporary opera or try their hand at song writing.

Cool Summer Nights lets you discover Museum content in a social and comfortable atmosphere. Whether coming in work clothes straight from the office, enjoying the atmosphere before heading to dinner, or capping off a day spent exploring the city, Cool Summer Nights will give you the freedom to engage and explore the Museum at your own pace and on your own terms.

Each Cool Summer Nights event includes:

Activated exhibits with living history participants
Themed lounge provided by Premiere Events
Cash bar with specialty themed cocktail
Small bites for purchase by Delicious in our Story of Texas Café (vegetarian options available)
Complimentary sparkling water from Waterloo Sparkling Water
Complimentary coffee and cold brew samples by Addison Coffee Roasters
Souvenirs for purchase in the Museum gift shop
Photo booth by MYEVENTSTHEBOMB
Records spun by DJ from Breakaway Records
Complimentary parking in the Museum’s garage

And don’t miss these great activities especially for Music Night:

View two evening performances of opera in a contemporary style by One Ounce Opera
Enjoy hands-on activities with ukuleles and impromptu performances presented by Groundwork Music
Create black bean sound shakers and paint an Austin skyline with CRAFT
Take part in a guided song writing activity with Badgerdog
Experience d/Rastra, an audio/visual performance incorporating a hacked CRT television, glitchy soundscapes and dynamic lighting design by Kyle Evans

The Bullock Museum is owned and operated by the State of Texas through the State Preservation Board. Additional support of exhibitions and programs is provided by the Texas State History Museum Foundation.