“There will be a variety of local musicians, dancers and artists to enhance the experience, including a samba group, aerialists, a Dixieland band and participatory rangoli art. Guests of all ages will also enjoy complimentary face painting, henna art, acoustic instrument demonstrations and craft activities,” reads a press release.
Tickets are on sale now, available through MIM.org, (480) 478-6000 or at MIM’s guest service desk. Admission on the day of the event will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Museum galleries will be open during the event, but MIMFest tickets do not include museum admission.