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MOCA Nights - Free Admission

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MOCA Nights - Free Admission

Time: December 16, 2014 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: ViRGINIA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Street: 2200 PARKS AVE
City/Town: Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Event Type: fundraiser, moca, art, museum
Organized By: VBnightlife.com
Latest Activity: Sep 16, 2014

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Event Description

Join us on the third Tuesday of each month, when the Museum is open from 5-9pm with FREE admission and NOW featuring 757 Eat the Streets Food Truck Rodeo from 5-8pm! http://ets757.com/

Each MOCA NIGHT offers different experiences for visitors including open-mic performances, conversations gallery tours led by educators, hands-on art-making and a cash bar in our Atrium. 

5-8pm: 757 Eat The Streets Food Truck Rodeo

6:30pm: Conversations Gallery Tour

7pm-8:45pm Open Mic Performances 
(Open to writers, poets, musicians, comedians, spoken word etc.) This week our open mic is hosted by Hawaiian singer-songwriter, artist and filmmaker, Ken Nishimoto.

Enjoy some great locally produced dinner from one of the 757 Eat the Streets food trucks, come in for a drink, view some incredible art and then make your own, or listen to some local tunes. It's a great way to spend a Tuesday night without spending anything! Unless you buy dinner, of course.

Open Mic Sign-up starts at 6:30pm 

Tuesdays: September 16 | October 21 | November 18 | December 16

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