Tantalize Your Taste Buds at Adventure Science Center’s MAD Bash
Signature fundraiser to feature electrifying cocktails, infused pairings, and the "sense-ational" Science of Taste on March 4
Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 6, 2017—When the doors open after-hours on Saturday, March 4, Adventure Science Center will be transformed into a mad scientist’s flavor laboratory for the second annual MAD Bash signature fundraiser, presented by RED Spirits & Wine.
From 6:30 to 10:30 p.m., attendees can enjoy wickedly-infused cocktails inspired by the visionaries behind one of Nashville’s newest restaurants – Salt & Vine, along with infused taste/drink pairings that feature live culinary demonstrations using uncommon kitchen tools, like blow torches and liquid nitrogen.
This adults-only evening will showcase live music from local youth bands from Harding Academy’s Second Planet and JamTech Music School, an astonishing experience under the 63-foot Sudekum Planetarium dome, and both live and silent auctions with incredible packages. Attendees will also be able to participate in exciting hands-on science that explores how geography can influence the flavors of coffee, how to ramp up your Nashville hot chicken with spice, and more.
- MECHANICAL (basic) – $100
- CHEMICAL (patron) – $175
- NUCLEAR (key patron) – $250
Tickets are available at www.adventuresci.org/madbash.
Attire: Snappy Casual
Those who are unable to attend the event but still wish to make a contribution can do so by visiting www.adventuresci.org/madbash.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Adventure Science Center relies on contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to support the many programs and general operational funding needs. Gifts are tax deductible to the extent provided by law.
Sponsorship packages are still available and include recognition and tickets. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (615) 401-5067.
MAD Bash is the major fundraising event of the Adventure Science Center. Ticket proceeds directly support the Science Center’s innovative educational programs.