Beats With Bass

Starting this Friday and every first Friday of the month, there's a new Happy Hour with culture: Beats After Sunset at the Bass Museum of Art. Live DJs, cocktails and bites keep the mixed crowd entertained. Not to mention the exhibits are open during the event, so there's more than just mingling under the stars. Photos by Jipsy.

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Starting this Friday and every first Friday of the month, there's a new Happy Hour with culture: Beats After Sunset at the Bass Museum of Art. Live DJs, cocktails and bites keep the mixed crowd entertained. Exhibitions were open, one featuring the US premiere of the installation Ten Thousand Waves by Isaac Julien/Creative Caribbean Network. Photos by Jipsy
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Natasha Lopez De Victoria and Hugo Montoya entertained with their music selections at the first Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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A very successful and crowded evening the first Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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Juan at the first Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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Natasha and Monica Lopez De Victoria also known as the artist duo The TM Sisters. Photos by Jipsy
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At Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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At the first Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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At the first Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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Inside The Bass Museum. Photos by Jipsy
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The incredible installation Ten Thousand Waves at The Bass Museum. Photos by Jipsy
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The incredible installation Ten Thousand Waves at The Bass Museum. Photos by Jipsy
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At the first Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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At the first Beats After Sunset at The Bass. Photos by Jipsy
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