Mix, mingle & jam to Karsh Kale at MFAH Mixed Media

Photo: Bertuzzi Photography

Sip on cocktails and dance to the music of internationally renowned headliner Karsh Kale at MFAH Mixed Media on Friday, April 6, 2018. 

This high-energy Museum of Fine Arts, Houston event, which features exclusive access to Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India, will be headlined by a musical performance from internationally renowned solo recording artist, producer, composer, live performer and DJ, Karsh Kale.

Guests can enjoy specialty cocktails inspired by the exhibition, participate in art-making activities, and enjoy Indian fusion cuisine from Food, Music, Life. 

Plus, there will be a photo booth and amazing people-watching. Click here to purchase tickets online.

MFAH’s Mixed Media Musical Performances

A world-renowned tabla player, Kale has developed a reputation as a genre bending collaborator and musician, exploring the worlds of electronica, Indian classical music, rock, jazz fusion, and hip-hop.

Houston’s own DJ Sun and DJ Yogi-Gis, an all-style DJ from Houston who will be accompanied by percussionist Dave Sharma, will kick off the night spinning the latest club dance hits, old favorites from Bhangra/Bollywood and international music.

Photo: Bertuzzi Photography

Get Tickets Before They’re Gone

In 2017, Mixed Media tickets typically sold out well in advance of each event and 2018 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.

Karsh Kale | Photo courtesy of MFAH

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

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