Friday, July 16
Friday, July 16
6:00 p.m.–midnight; admission $10 or less
Cool off inside the Museum and dive into the Coastlines exhibition with a fun-filled evening of music, tours, family experiences, ukulele performances, a lecture on underwater archaeology, films on exploration, Creativity Challenges, and more.
Here is the list of what is taking place on Friday
CONCERTS AND PERFORMANCES
Happy Hour with Island Boogie Steel Drum Band
6:00–7:00 p.m., Atrium
Be transported to the islands with hot Caribbean rhythms and cool tropical grooves.
Late Night Main Stage featuring Watusi
8:00–9:00 p.m., Atrium
Dance to the reggae and “worldbeat” sounds of Watusi, one of the premier reggae bands in America. Watusi has won numerous World Music Awards and has shared the stage with Ziggy Marley, UB40, Burning Spear, and Steel Pulse, among others.
Performances in Galleries
Level 4 Landing
Stroll through the galleries while listening to music on the ukulele performed by Mark Levine and Don Aspromonte.
Listen to surf music from the 50s and 60s with DJ Wild in the Streets.
Late Night After Hours Music Showcase
10:00–11:00 p.m., Atrium
Join us for our new After Hours Music Showcase. During each Late Night, this showcase will feature altcountry, folk, acoustic, indie, rock, alternative, and emerging bands from Texas.
Tonight hear a unique tribal folk rock performance by KatsüK. From tribal rhythms to folk to rock to reggae to funk, combined with engaging lyrics and orchestral movements, KatsüK is a genre chameleon. KatsüK won the Fort Worth Weekly award in 2008 for Best Acoustic/Folk Group and was also nominated for Best Singer/Songwriter, Album of the Year, and Artist of the Year