Dance to the music of international phenom Machinedrum with a light show from Strangeloop and Timeboy at the return of MFAH Mixed Media on Friday, March 10, 2017.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is bringing back their ever-popular Mixed Media event this spring, with a star-studded line up of entertainment.
This high-energy event will be headlined by breakout electronic music star Travis Stewart, best known by his stage name Machinedrum.
Based in Berlin, the rapidly rising EDM musician and producer has garnered international attention and praise for his polyrhythms and remixes.
Mixed Media-goers will dance to tracks from his latest album Human Energy as Strangeloop and Timeboy synch to his beats with a live light show.
Houston’s own DJ Sun and Amanda Robinson will kick off the night.
Guests will enjoy bites from the Burger Joint food truck as they sip on cocktails and enjoy the swanky, up-beat vibe.
Plus, there will be DIY art stations, a photo booth, exclusive access to the temporary Ron Mueck exhibit, and amazing people-watching.
Get Tickets Before They’re Gone
In 2016, Mixed Media tickets typically sold out well in advance of each event and 2017 looks to be no different.
Act now and lock in your spot at this nightlife event that perfectly encapsulates everything great about H-Town nightlife.
About Museum of Fine Arts Houston
The MFAH galleries are filled year-round with art embracing every era of history across the globe.
The ever-changing calendar of events includes activities for all ages throughout the Museum, including the Glassell School of Art and the two house museums: Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens and Rienzi.
MFAH Mixed Media at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
- Date: Friday, March 10, 2017
- Time: 8pm to midnight
- Location: Beck Building, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 5601 Main Street, Houston, TX 77005
- Parking: Free lot parking is available at the church adjacent to MFAH
- Admission: Tickets are $25; $22 for MFAH members. Click here to purchase tickets online, or stop by any MFAH admissions desk.
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