Inside the Bay Area Art Scene's Biggest Party

By SFMOMA By SFMOMA | March 31, 2022 | Culture Sponsored Post

After two long years, do you know where your dancing shoes are? Dust them off, get dressed to the nines, and head to SFMOMA on Friday, April 8, for the biggest art party of the year.

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Art Bash is SFMOMA like you've never seen before. SFMOMA, but a few decibels louder. SFMOMA, but a little wilder and more electric. For one night only, discover a different side to the museum as Art Bash takes over until 1 a.m. for guests 21+.

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Experience live music! Rock out with the punk rock band The Linda Lindas, light up the dance floor during a DJ throwdown featuring Miles Medina and RCADE, and vibe to the sounds of Nite Jewel and DJ $picy.

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Art Bash supports SFMOMA’s education and community programs such as First Thursdays offering free admission for Bay Area residents, the Mini Murals Festival, and vibrant partnerships with regional schools.

Don’t miss the hottest art party of the year. Buy your tickets for Art Bash before they sell out!

The party continues Sunday, April 10 as SFMOMA’s Soapbox Derby returns to McLaren Park for the first time since 1978. Witness Bay Area creativity in overdrive as artist-designed soapbox cars will once again race down the hill at McLaren Park. The Soapbox Derby is free and open to the public, with music, food and family-friendly activities in and around the newly renovated Jerry Garcia Amphitheater.

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Connect with friends and fellow art lovers all weekend long at these two big events from SFMOMA celebrating art, artists and community.



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