Live Glassmaking Demonstrations featuring Ben Edols Fun from down under! That's exactly what you'll get from Ben Edols as he demonstrates in the Amphitheater Hot Shop during 2300°: Fire and Ice. From Sydney, Australia, Edols has taught and exhibited all over the world, focusing on very Australian techniques like Quokka, Wallaby, Tasmanian Devil, and Wombeer. Come see this wonder for yourself at this hot 2300°!
Live Music by Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers & SUNGBEATS Get ready for live, high-energy zydeco music. Not familiar with the style? Zydeco refers to a genre of music that originated in Louisiana featuring fast-tempo accordion. Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers are renowned for their unique style which infuses blues, soul, and funk with a traditional zydeco rhythm. Dopsie has been called "the Jimi Hendrix of the accordian" by Rolling Stone magazine so this is one performance you definitely don't want to miss. And, because we couldn't have just one amazing musical act, check out SUNGBEATS. Sung Lee is an award-winning beatboxer and live looper from New York City. Using just a microphone and loop pedal, he creates incredible bass-thumping music. From electronica to hip-hop, watch live as this performer makes music, right in front of your eyes.
Outdoor Activities Dress for the weather, both indoor and outdoor activities are planned for Fire and Ice, including ice sculptures and outdoor music venues.
2300° Museum Shops Sale Take 23% off your purchase in the Museum Shops, beginning at 5 pm through the event. Offer valid on all non-sale items.
Hot Food and Cold Drinks Round Out the Night Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and soft drinks are available. Heartier fare is also available for purchase.
Free shuttle bus service from the Museum's I-86 parking lot is available.