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FEATURED: TD Nature Nocturne : #PicturePerfect (March 31)

Nature Nocturne Picture Perfect

** Get ready for a “picture perfect” night as Nature Nocturne celebrates with DJ Bit Funk and the NAC WolfGANG sessions ** From classical music with attitude to electronic DJ mastery, the next Nature Nocturne on **

March 31

** promises a dazzling night of sounds, sights and “picture perfect” fun.

Special guest artists include Juno nominee DJ Bit Funk, a fitting addition as Nocturne falls on the start of Juno weekend in Ottawa, in the JUMP! 106.9 lounge. The NAC orchestra’s WolfGANG Session will also be offering an edgy classical music experience.

Nocturne-goers are also invited to dress to “the nines” for some great selfies and #PicturePerfect photo opportunities. Transport yourself to scenic places and get up close with Canadian wildlife on Parks Canada’s green screen. The digital team from Canadian Geographic will offer tips on how to take gorgeous selfies.

You’ll want to keep the camera out for the beautiful _ Ikebana: Origins _ exhibition where the ancient art of Japanese floral design comes alive through 45 unique arrangements.

Unique to Nocturne, Cheeky.bio will engage participants in DIY BioArt using their own cheek cells. All photos that are hashtagged ** #NatureNocturne ** appear on the grand staircase wall during the event and to Nocturne’s social media feeds.

Since its inception in 2013, more than 66,000 people have enjoyed the dynamic adult-only Nature Nocturne parties. They are the perfect combination of music, mingling, and museum discovery, all in a unique setting.

To celebrate the JUNO festivities, Nocturne attendees will also be able to purchase Beau’s Golden Vox. along with the ever-popular Beau’s Lug-Tread on tap. Golden Vox is a collaboration between Beau’s and the Juno-award-winning hip hop artist k-os.

Nature Nocturne runs from

8 PM to midnight

and the ticket price is just $25. It is highly recommended that people purchase their tickets ** _ in advance _ ** , either online or at the Museum’s information desk. For tickets and details about the program, visit ** nature.ca/nocturne ** .

The Canadian Museum of Nature is at 240 McLeod St, Ottawa. Follow the museum on Twitter ( @museumofnature ), Instagram ( museumofnature ) and like the museum on Facebook.