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Gibbes on the Street: Light Up the Night

Since 2010, the Gibbes Museum of Art has celebrated the power of art in the street through a fabulous event under the stars for one night only. This year our extraordinary chefs will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Street Party! The aromas of delectable dishes and intoxicating musical rhythms will fill the air as guests are immersed in culture and cuisine under the night sky. Enjoy savories and sweets from more than 30 local restaurants, an open bar, live music, and signature cocktails.

Tickets
Members $150 | Non-Members $175 | Sponsors $1,500

Sponsorships include 2 tickets to the Street Party and 4 raffle tickets for a chance to win an upscale curated experience.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets will be for sale until 12:00PM on the day of event. All tickets purchased before April 24 will be mailed to ticket-holders. Any tickets purchased after Wednesday, April 24 will be available for pick up at will call the evening of the event. All guests must be over 21 years of age. No children or infants permitted. No pets permitted. Rain or Shine.

For more information please visit our website.

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