Come Join Me Tonight for an Adults-Only Evening at The Science of Rock at the Ontario Science Centre

As you may know, I’m the curator and content director of The Science of Rock’n’Roll, a touring museum exhibit that’s currently at the Ontario Science Centre until October 26.  Contributor Gilles LeBlanc offers this review:

Science is anything but nerdy; it ROCKS, and a new exhibition at Ontario Science Centre intends to prove this conclusively. The Science of Rock ’n’ Roll runs from June 11 to October 26, and will rock your socks off by showing how technology has shaped the music industry over the past 60+ years through fun, interactive displays with real instruments.Where else are kids out of school for the summer going to be encouraged to make a racket? The immersive production also promises to teach how wide-reaching rock’s influence has been, from sociocultural and political movements to seemingly neverending computer-based innovations. It truly is science in the key of rock, and highly recommended for any music enthusiast.

All access backstage pass upgrades are available, earplugs are not included! Find out more and buy tickets here.

Throughout the summer, we’ve scheduled a series of adults-only nights, a chance for grown-ups to come play at the Science Centre without having to worry about kids.  And since it’s a 19+ affair, you know what that means, right? Cocktails!

The first of these nights is Thursday (July 24).  If you’re in the Toronto area, c’mon out and join me!  It’s fun.  Trust me on this. Oh, and spread the word.  The more the better.

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Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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