Families: Teen Night—Middle School

7:30 pm | Sat, October 27, 2018

L.A. Times Central Court

Hey, teens! Take part in Teen Night—Middle School, LACMA's bash for middle schoolers only, and enjoy a night of art and dancing under the stars. Explore the exhibition 3D: Double Vision. Outside the galleries, participate in art workshops, dance to DJs from ArTES High School, and make new friends in the taco line.

Everything happens after the museum closes to the public, only for middle school students!

LACMA | L.A. Times Central Court  | 7:30–10 pm
Free, registration required
Note: This program is exclusively for middle school students. Please bring your valid middle school ID. Grades 6–8.
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FAQs

Where can I get tickets?
Click on the red "Get Tickets" button at the bottom of this page. First come, first served; limited capacity.

How much does it cost?
Admission is free.

Can parents come?
No. This is a middle school age-only event. Parents can do drop-offs.
Make it a date night! For those wishing to dine at the museum, Ray's will be open for dinner until 9 pm during Teen Night. Make your reservation today.

What time is the event?
Teen Night—Middle School is from 7:30 to 10 pm. Teens will be allowed to line up in the stand-by line starting at 6:30 pm.

Will there be food?
Yes, bring cash for bites! $2 tacos, other snacks, and drinks.

Can I bring in my backpack?
No. Backpacks are not allowed into the event.

Who can come?
Teens in middle school. Guests must bring valid school ID. Sorry, no high school or college teens.

What if I don't have a middle school ID?
Bring a photo ID that has your birthdate, such as a California ID or passport, or a note from a teacher, parent, or guardian.

Is the event supervised?
Yes! Museum and security staff will chaperone the evening. Local law enforcement will be present.

Can we leave and come back?
No. There are no in-and-out privileges.

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