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Head along to an adults-only dance party at the Museum

If the last time you visited Melbourne Museum was on a school trip to see the hall of taxidermy animals, you're definitely long overdue for a return. Luckily, the museum runs Nocturnal – a monthly adults-only event series. 

Nocturnal transforms the museum into an after-hours adult playground on the first Friday of every month. Punters have access to the museum long after the last school group have left the building and can expect a lounge bar serving drinks and bar snacks. The event's crowning glory is the stage in front of the Forest Gallery where Melbourne's best music acts perform.

Coming up in 2020 is an event in collaboration with the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival with performances by Banoffee, Rainbow Chan and DJ sets by Mo'Ju, Purple Sneakers and more. There will also be an Asia TOPA programmed party on Saturday, March 21. Check out the Nocturnal page for more details. 

The museum, as usual, will be open late for partygoers to explore, with special talks and pop-up experiences happening on the night. 

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