BY KIMBERLEY JOHNSON
Dinosaur bones, volcanoes and… dancing?
Yes, Nature Nocturne at the Canadian Museum of Nature is back for its second edition, this Friday, Feb. 22nd.
The sophomore event looks to build upon the momentum of last month’s successful debut. Dance within the gorgeous castle walls of the Canadian Museum of Nature, and take your pick from all types of entertainment throughout each of the exhibits: DJ iLon playing in the rotunda; Djs Ali Azimian and Ron Lavoie spinning house music on the fourth floor; the classical guitar musings of Chris Milne in the Mammal Gallery; and a VIP area with a bar in the Animalium — just text Nature2 to 21321 to gain access!
And if you like to get hands on, moonwalk your way over to the third floor where you can manipulate slides and music within the museum.
But act fast! Nature Nocturne comes only once a month, and January’s event sold out! You can grab tickets HERE. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the party goes until midnight. And once inside the Canadian Museum of Nature, you can buy food and drinks — expect to pay about $7 for a glass of wine.