7 APRIL 2017: WE ARE BACK!
1 NIGHT – 13 ART VENUES – 130 ARTISTS - 125 PERFORMANCES
17.500 M² ART, DRINKS, BITES & BEATS - 1 AFTERPARTY
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Museumnacht (Museum Night) Maastricht is just around the corner: Friday 7 April 2017, to be exact! Following the overwhelming success of the first edition, this year's edition will see thirteen Maastricht art venues open their doors from 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM! One ticket gives you a night filled with eccentric contemporary art, valuable historical artefacts, mind-blowing performances, striking archaeological finds, cutting-edge video art, and musical tunes in the heart of Maastricht.
BIGGER, BETTER, BOLDER & BRIGHTER
In addition to the permanent exhibitions, you can discover
a stunning programme of performances, workshops, artists' talks, exclusive tours, previews, drinks, bites, and beats. You can expect DJ tunes, South Korean jazz, a carnival band, poetry slam, and the many voices of Elvis. Enjoy a colourful evening with show dogs and soft porn in a painted European universe, Intensive Care, A Passion for TASCHEN, Things That Go Bump, and much, much more.
Make sure you don't miss this one-of-a-kind, Maastricht-by-night art experience! And if your appetite for culture has not been fully satisfied by 1:00 AM, Muziekgieterij is hosting a not-to-be-missed afterparty until 5:00 AM (<18 years: admission until 3:00 AM)! The full programme will be published online as soon as possible.
Free (museum) visit until 30 April
Didn't manage to visit all the venues in one evening? Don’t worry. After Museum Night, you can hand in your wristband at one of the locations (with the exception of Muziekgieterij) for one free admission. Please note: this offer runs until 30 April 2017!
Museumnacht Maastricht 2017 is an initiative of B32, Bookstore Dominicanen Bonnefantenmuseum, Brouwerij Bosch, Bureau Europa, Centre Céramique, Drukkunstmuseum, Lumière Cinema, Marres, Museum aan het Vrijthof, Muziekgieterij, Natuurhistorisch Museum, Museum Sjoen Limburg and Van Eyck. The second edition is part of the National Museumweek 2017 (3-9 April 2017).