Cocktails At The Castle: Dynamite Night

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Cocktails at the Castle makes an explosive return as the American Swedish Institute puts a fashionable spin on a night out at the historic Turnblad Mansion and its latest exhibition, Nobel Creations:Inspired by the Nobel Prize. ASI’s popular series has been called “the museum party done right” and the “best event concept in the Twin Cities” two years in a row.

Alfred Nobel invented dynamite but he left his fortune to celebrate the best of the best of human achievements with the creation of the Nobel prizes.

So dress up like you’re ready for the ritzy Nobel Banquet or dress down with the creative genius of a Nobel Laureate. Get ready to discover the worlds of chemistry, physiology or medicine, peace, literature and economics in some fiery, fun, and unexpected ways.

Live music by Dosh
DJ sets by DJ Jake Rudh
Nobel Creations: The Fashion Show produced by TIM+THOM
Sensational food and specialty spring cocktails by FIKA at the American Swedish Institute, ASI's award-winning cafe.
Get creative in the Laureate Lounge with Coffee House Press
Scour the nooks and crannies of the Turnblad Mansion with a campus-wide scavenger hunt for great prizes
Bonfires, fire dancers & ASI’s first-ever "fire blaster"
Dazzling experiments with the physics and chemistry of glass
S’mores by North Mallow & Co.
And many surprising discoveries and diversions!

Bike to the event and check-in your helmet to receive $1 off drinks all night!

VIP: $45 (includes private entrance, front row seating at the Fashion Shows, 2 drink tickets and swag bag)
ASI Members (with code): $12 advance / limit 6
General Admission: $15 advance / $20 door


Sponsors: Indeed Brewing Company, Far North Spirits, Yelp!

Event partners: The Bakken Museum, @Coffee House Press, Foci - Minnesota Center for Glass Arts, Gustavus Adolphus College, SACC-USA MN Young Professionals, TIM+THOM, Bird Industries
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By: American Swedish Institute