Friday Nights at OMCA: Night Market & Off the Grid | Oakland
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Oakland Museum of California | 1000 Oak Street Oakland, CA 94607
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Friday, June 29, 2018
Friday Nights at OMCA: Night Market, DJs & Off the Grid | Oakland
Get your Oakland groove on at Friday Nights @ OMCA with after-hours Museum access, Off the Grid food trucks, beer, wine, music, and more!
- After-hours gallery access and discounted Museum admission.
- Marketplace @ OMCA: local makers selling handcrafted works and art.
- Music, DJs, acoustic sets, and dance lessons.
- A rotating list of Off The Grid food trucks and featured artists.
- Family fun at Friday Nights: every Friday night, from 5 to 8 pm, features free hands-on art workshops for all ages, and select Fridays feature storytime with the Oakland Public Library from 6 to 6:30 pm.
Reservations: Need a place to sit with your full party during Friday Nights @ OMCA? Reserve a picnic table where your group can gather to join all the fun! If you’re planning an even bigger bash, you can now book the Blue Oak café through OMCA’s Event Services department as a private party lounge—it’s perfect for personal and professional gatherings alike.
How to get here: OMCA is located one block from the Lake Merritt BART Station.
Parking: Event parking is available at the Museum Garage, with a $7 flat fee starting at 5 pm. The Museum garage closes at 10:30 pm. More information is available on our Directions page.
Garden Access: OMCA’s garden and terraces are open and free to visitors during Friday Nights @ OMCA from March through November, with the exception of dates when the garden is rented for private events. More information on garden access.
Marketplace @ OMCA: Local makers interested in selling artwork, handmade, and handcrafted works at Friday Nights @ OMCA should fill out our Interest Form.
Presented in partnership with Off the Grid: Lake Merritt @ OMCA. Friday Nights @ OMCA is made possible in part by generous support from the Koret Foundation, Bank of America, the Oakland Museum Women’s Board, and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.