First Friday at Phoenix Art Museum - Independence Day
First Friday at Phoenix Art Museum celebrates our nation's independence and the conclusion of Hollywood Costume! See the costume for Capt. Steven Hiller, Will Smith's character in Independence Day (1996) and a host of other great costumes from fan film favorites.
First Friday is also the last #ThisFriday which means that from 5 p.m. until close (9 p.m.) same-day tickets for the Hollywood Costume exhibition are just $15 for adults (normally $20) and just $5 for children 6-17 years old (normally $10).
Tickets available at the Visitors Desk. Guests will enjoy:
Show up Friday night dressed as your favorite character Marilyn Monroe played and get a free #HollywoodCostume ticket!
- Please note that no masks are allowed in the museum
- Only those dressed in full costume will be eligible for this promotion (hair, makeup, and outfit)
- Need ideas? Click here to check out the Marilyn Monroe IMDb page.
Exhibitions on view:
- Hollywood Costume - Just $15 starting at 5 p.m.
- Hollywood Red Carpet - Free after 6 p.m.
- William H. Johnson: An American Modern - Free after 6 p.m.
- The Process and The Page: Developing Photographic Books - Free after 6 p.m.
- Quiet Rage, Gentle Wail: Prints and Masks of Japanese Noh Theatre - Free after 6 p.m.
- Antonio Berni: Juanito and Ramona - Adults 18 and above $5; Youth 6 to 17 $3; Admission for children under 6 is free. Admission for MCCC student is free.
Share your First Friday experience with hashtags #phxff #WHJohnson #HollywoodCostume #RedCarpet #ProcessandPage #AntonioBerni @phxart.
Reservations can also be made for Palette at Phoenix Art Museum's Saucy Ribs & Sassy Swing event.