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Friday Night Live: DinoNite

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

“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.

Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur

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

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

Mnandi Pies
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.”