SEATTLE – The postponed April Yuri’s Night at The Museum of Flight spaceflight party has been rescheduled Nov. 20, and revelers can look forward to the same NOISE COMPLAINT headliners on the bill: MOON BOOTS, JORDAN GOFF, and SAMAHA. The 21+, 6-11 p.m. event is a space-themed spectacle that joins art, dance, music and technology in tribute to everyone’s celestial journey. And the Museum’s towering, all-glass Great Gallery is transformed into an intergalactic dance club with some of the best electronic music DJs from Seattle and beyond.
Dancers can also rock to SoundDown Seattle Silent Disco as STAYIN’ ALIVE and SUB 49 battle for the partiers’ channel.
Trip out to a world of abstract space sights and sounds in the LUSIO Immersive Theater Experience. This showcase of live music by modular synth sound artists from Modular Seattle will be creating ambient, outer world soundscapes paired with live galaxy themed video art performances from LUSIO video artists.
Yuri’s Night at The Museum of Flight also offers an eclectic mix of drinks and food trucks, plus virtual reality experiences, a 3D photo booth, and space-themed activities. Costumes encouraged. Tickets are now on sale. Admission $50-55, and includes and a drink ticket.
Yuri’s Night ticket holders will be able to keep the party going after Yuri’s Night at The Museum of Flight concludes. The Official Afterparty with Noise Complaint will be at Kremwerk in downtown Seattle from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Two rooms of music with a whole other set of headlining DJs. Tickets $15, space is limited, and tickets can be purchased online with a purchase of Yuri’s Night admission.
About Yuri’s Night
Yuri’s Night is a global celebration of spaceflight, remembering when Yuri Gagarin became the first person to orbit the Earth on April 12, 1961, and when on that day in 1981 the first space shuttle launched.
For general Museum information, please call 206-764-5720 or visit www.museumofflight.org