Friday, November 4, 2016
NCMA Park at the Ellipse
The giant rabbits shed their glow on four funky gatherings, each featuring a different musical theme. Food trucks will be on hand, and featured beer from Fullsteam Brewery, wine, and nonalcoholic drinks will be available for purchase.
Please note: dogs are not allowed near the bunnies.
Parking information: We're expecting large crowds at these hoppy hour. Once all parking spaces on the NCMA campus are filled, security staff will allow only cars with handicap parking and taxi/ride-share drop-offs. If the lots on our campus are full when you arrive, please use parking lots located along Reedy Creek Road across from the NCMA (right across Blue Ridge Road). There are available lots on either side of Reedy Creek. Please allow time to exit the grounds, and be mindful of pedestrians.
Thursday, October 27
Old-School Hip-Hoppy Hour featuring SPCLGST
LIVE-Graffiti Forest project by Victor Knight III and Bart Cusick
Presented in partnership with Oak City Hustle
Food trucks: Porchetta and Sympathy for the Deli
Friday, October 28
Electronic Musical Rabbits
Recorded soundtrack curated by Moogfest, the synthesis of music, art, and technology.
Food trucks: Big Mike's BBQ
Thursday, November 3
A night of symphonic sound inspired by the exhibition Intrude.
Recorded soundtrack curated by Music Director Grant Llewellyn and the North Carolina Symphony.
Food trucks: Chirba Chirba Dumpling and No Sympathy for the Deli
Friday, November 4
Trip-Hoppy Hour featuring SPCLGST
Presented in partnership with New Raleigh
Plus, meet artist Hank Willis Thomas, whose conversation bench Ernest and Ruth is among the new works of art installed in the NCMA Park.
Food trucks: American Meltdown, Flirting with Fire, Qspresso, Baozi