SF’s de Young Museum is hosting a new after-hours party called, Late Night on October 6th from 9 pm-12 am. The event will feature musical performances from Madame Gandhi, and DJ sets from Angel + Dren and DJ Christie in addition to an open bar, dancing, and other treats.
A ticket to Late Night gives you full access to all the offerings of the night including an open bar, food, pop-up activations, musical performances, and admission to Ramses the Great and Gold of the Pharaohs, Faith Ringgold: American People, and permanent-collection galleries.
You’ll also be able to enjoy an aura reading station, photo booths, and a special dessert lounge. The desserts come from Grand Opening, a pop-up bakery from celebrated SF pasty chef Melissa Chou, who does regular pop-ups at famed Chinatown restaurant, Mister Jiu’s.
The evening’s headliner, Madame Gandhi, was one of Forbes “30 Under 30” musical artists and has performed alongside acts such as Krewella, Lizzo, and Kehlani. She’s known for her uplifting, percussive electronic sound and fourth-wave perspective on gender liberation.
DJs Angel + Dren are identical twin sisters who are known for their blends of Caribbean, R&B, hip-hop, reggae, and Afrobeats that they mix into their eclectic DJ sets. DJ Christie has DJd events ranging from a Reggae Pub in Sardina to a white party in Greece and is sure to set the perfect mood and keep the energy high.
The event is also serving as the after-party for the de Young Museum’s benefit gala, which brings together museum supporters, civic leaders, and luminaires from across the community to raise money for the museum.
Early bird tickets are $125, and general admission is $150, which includes all food, drinks, museum access, and entertainment for the evening. Late Night takes place on Thursday, October 6th from 9 pm-12 am at the de Young Museum in SF’s Golden Gate Park. Learn more at the de Young Museum’s website.
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