Denver, it's time to party for the sake of science!

Posted by adam.beaves@dmns.org

Science on Tap is an annual fundraising event hosted by the Museum’s Young Professional members. This year’s event will take place at Improper City in Denver’s Rino District. The theme this year is a celebration of the Museum’s S.T.E.A.M. initiatives – science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Guests will visit each of our five “Science Stations” where they will engage in one of the five STEAM activities. By being able to fully utilize Improper City’s fantastic outdoor space, we aim to provide our guests with a truly memorable and FOMO inducing silent disco experience.

Why You Can’t Miss This Year’s #ScienceOnTap

• Experiment and explore at five unique Science Stations that celebrate STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math).

• Watch stuff blow up at the Explosion Demonstration Station!

• Enjoy our irresistible signature drink in a custom beaker.*

• Try not to get brain freeze while eating liquid nitrogen ice cream.

• Chow down at local food trucks onsite.*

• Steam up the dance floor at the Eureka! Silent Disco.

• Make a difference in our community knowing that each Science on Tap ticket purchase allows 5 kids to enjoy the Museum for free.

*Sold separately

Science on Tap is hosted by the Young Professionals (YPs) at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. EXPLORE. CONNECT. SUPPORT.

New YP members receive 2 FREE tickets!

$45 Museum member

$50 general admission

All tickets include two cocktails, dessert, access to Science Stations + silent disco

Or ramp up your evening:

$85 one Premium Experience ticket

$150 two Premium Experience tickets

$15 optional custom beaker

All Premium Experience tickets include bottomless signature cocktails, a complimentary custom beaker, dinner from the food truck of your choice, VIP Lounge access, mingling with Museum scientists, complimentary valet parking, and more!

Tickets are on sale now at' www.dmns.org/OnTap' or text SCIENCE to 91999

Event Date
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Event time
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

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