2014 Museum Dance

at the American Museum of Natural History

Thursday, May 15, 2014
Cocktails and dinner from 7 to 9 pm
After-party from 9 pm to midnight

American Museum of Natural History

As New York City’s longest-running junior benefit, the Museum Dance brings together influential young philanthropists to celebrate and raise essential funds for the Museum’s scientific and educational programs, which enable thousands of underserved New York City school children to visit the Museum annually. The theme of the evening is “Star Studded!,” in honor of the Museum’s new Space Show, Dark Universe, narrated by the Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium NeildeGrasse Tyson.

For more than four decades, the American Museum of Natural History’s Museum Dance has captured the attention and imagination of over 800 young New Yorkers for a spectacular evening of dinner and dancing at the Museum.

Join us for cocktails and dinner under the blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, followed by an after-party in the Cullman Hall of the Universe with music by JUS SKE. The event is sponsored by Kwiat.

All funds raised from the event benefit the Museum’s scientific and educational programming.

Attire: Black tie; dress to sparkle and shine.

Dinner tickets, individual: $500 or $750 for premier seating
Dinner tickets, tables: $5,000 or $7,500 for premier seating
After-party tickets: $200

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