Photos: First Fridays at The Natural History Museum

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Valida by Jeremiah Garcia

Photo by Jeremiah Garcia

Get in on First Fridays fun while you can as June 1 will be your last chance to attend everyone’s favorite lecture/party/concert inside the Natural History Museum in 2012.

Last month was a pretty good time, as evidenced by the photos.   DJ sets from Anthony Valadez and Valida filled the African Mammal Hall with sweet, sweet tunes.   Meanwhile, AA Bondy and Father John Misty played to a packed crowd.

And it should come as a surprise to no one that First Fridays will be going out with a bang, with  DJ sets from Anthony Valadez and Garth Trinidad and live performances from Superhumanoids and Cut Chemist.  Get there early to catch the lecture on creativity from the brilliant Jonah Lehrer.

Check out these photos from May’s First Fridays by Photographer Jeremiah Garcia. After the photos you’ll find details for tomorrow’s festivities.  Hope to see you all there!

Valida by Jeremiah Garcia
AA Bondy by Jeremiah Garcia
AA Bondy by Jeremiah Garcia
Father John Misty by Jeremiah Garcia
Father John Misty by Jeremiah Garcia
Father John Misty by Jeremiah Garcia
Father John Misty doing a tyrannosaurus rex impression by Jeremiah Garcia
Father John Misty by Jeremiah Garcia

**June 1, 2012 – DETAILS:

“The Imagination Is Made of Other People” with Jonah Lehrer

MUSIC: 5:30pm-10:00pm DJ Lounge – KCRW DJs Anthony Valadez

8:00pm – Superhumanoids

9:15 pm –  Cut Chemist

WHEN :  Friday.  June 1, 2012.  Extended Museum hours until 10:00 PM.

WHERE:  The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is located at 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90007.

ADMISSION:  Concert Ticket +Museum Admission ($18) / Museum Admission ($12) BUY TICKETS

Guided tours and discussions are available on a first come, first served basis to all ticket-holders.

It is recommended that you purchase tickets in advance as capacity for the evening is limited and often sells out early. There will be a limited number of tickets sold on-site the evening of the event; however, once on-site tickets are sold out, admission to the Museum and/or Concert may not be available.