More than just a party, Nocturnal is the transformation of the museum into an adult playground.
Dotted with open bars, great food, roving entertainment and opportunities to explore big ideas across collections, cultures and time, Nocturnal is an after-hours party where you are invited for exclusive night time access to permanent galleries, expert talks with curators and scientists, as well as back of house collections displays.
Brian Nankervis and The RocKwiz Orkestra will pay tribute to the songs and artists featured in the fabulous exhibition, Revolutions: Records and Rebels. Featuring special guests and the Mighty RocKwiz Orkestra, the show will be full of revolutionary hits and Kwiz questions from 1966 to 1970. All this late ‘60s goop will be held together by the incomparable Brian Nankervis.
As an added extra you can also visit the smash hit Revolutions: Records and Rebels exhibition at Melbourne Museum.
This event is general admission, with limited seating available. If you require a seated position or have any questions regarding venue accessibility, please contact our team at [email protected] or 13 11 02.
This is an 18+ event.
Beat the crowds and save on Revolutions: Records and Rebels tickets by purchasing discounted entry to the exhibition with your Nocturnal ticket. Get early access at 6.30pm to Nocturnal when you purchase this bundle.
Revolutions tickets purchased as part of the Nocturnal ticket bundle are flexi-tickets and can be redeemed for entry at any session (one entry per ticket). So don’t worry if you don’t find time on the night!
Friday 6 September, 7pm–11pm
Nocturnal, Blak & Bright Festival and Melbourne Writers Festival team up to present an unmissable celebration of First Nations artists of all disciplines inside Melbourne Museum.
Featuring a full set from hip hop hard-hitter Birdz, interdisciplinary artist DRMNGNOW, and electro-tribal pop duo The Merindas. Dance floor mesmerist Soju Gang and DJ KYAANZ spin tunes throughout the night to fill the spaces in between.
Presenting partner: Melbourne Writers’ Festival.
Friday 4 October, 7pm–11pm
Byron Bay electronic quartet Tora will headline Nocturnal with their blissful sounds, in celebration of sophomore LP 'Can't Buy the Mood'. Textured, vibrant and intoxicating sounds are coming to Melbourne Museum, with a full line-up of performers and expert talks soon to be announced.
Tora have been spun on the BBC by Sir Elton John, clocked 100 million+ streams globally, and sold out sets in Melbourne, Paris, and London. Tone Deaf called them 'enthralling'. Triple J's Dave Ruby Howe declared their sounds 'smooth like butter'. Melbourne, this is your once chance to catch Tora live on this tour.