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Friday Night Live: DinoNite


  • ROM 100 Queen's Park Crescent East Toronto, ON, M7A Canada (map)
dinoNite

“Join us on the dance floor as we celebrate #FNL Encore. Featuring complimentary access to the new ROM exhibition Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur.

FEATURED EXHIBITION
Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur

BEATS
Cozmic Cat
CoCo 'Cognac' Brown
DJ Phillippe
Luke Faria
Dane Hartsell
University of Toronto Faculty of Music

EXPERIENCES
Prehistoric Pub Quiz
Channel your inner six-year-old and put your knowledge of fossils, dinosaurs, and pop culture to the test! Compete with your friends for prestige and prizes. Starting at 8:00PM, 8:30PM, 9:00PM, & 9:30PM

Curator's Corner
From Ankylosaurus to Zuul, here's your chance to talk dinosaurs with ROM Palaeontologist Dr. David Evans! 7:30PM-10:00PM

In Conversation
Meet palaeoartist Danielle Dufault, the illustrator behind the incredible reconstructions of Zuul's world and many other ROM dino discoveries! 7:3PM0-10:00PM

EATS
Mnandi Pies
Kingcatering
Gushi Japanese Street Food
Tita Flips
My Creme Caramel Catering
Delight Bite

TICKETS | What you need to know
We sell "early-bird" tickets online, and the rest at the door starting at 7 pm ($17 adults*, $15.50 students/seniors*, $5 members*) *Taxes not included. Entrance is guaranteed to early-bird ticket holders before 8 pm. After 8 pm, all entrance is based on capacity. All guests enter via the Bloor Street Entrance.

Ticket Holders: Please join the "GOT EM" line.
If you need to purchase a ticket (including Members): Please join the "NEED EM" line.

Wanna be a star? Chances are you will be! By entering the ROM Friday Night Live premises you consent to having your image captured and displayed for promotional and/or documentary use.
The fine print: ROM general admission tickets are not valid for FNL.

#ROMFNL is a specially ticketed event for adults 19+ only and you will be asked for valid ID (government-issued, not yet expired, with photo and date of birth).

The following galleries will be closed during this weeks #FNLROM: Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada, Daphne Cockwell Gallery Dedicated to First Peoples Art & Culture.”