Solange Knowles will Headline the SFMOMA Birthday Bash Fundraiser
Grammy Award-Winning recording artist Solange Knowles will perform for one night only at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.
The SFMOMA Birthday Bash is a three-part fundraising evening of multi-sensory art experiences, food, and libations celebrating the museum’s first year in its newly expanded space.
The party will also feature performances by acclaimed dancer Lil Buck, musical artist Helado Negro and his Tinsel Mammals, and as well as a dance piece by French dancer-choreographers and identical twins, Les Twins. In addition, there will be interventions by artists Judy Chicago, Clare Rojas with Barry McGee, and Jacolby Satterwhite, who will present his commission, En Plein Air: Music of Objective Romance. Also, DJ SOSUPERSAM will spin tunes before and after Solange’s performance. Craft cocktails and sweet and savory nibbles will be available for the rest of the evening.
The evening will benefit SFMOMA’s vibrant exhibition and education programs serving students, teachers and the community year round.
Benefit tickets to the Late Night Bash are $200 per guest. All guests must be 21 years old or older and valid photo ID is required for admission. A portion of all ticket sales is tax deductible.