It’s the third Thursday of the month, and you know that what means – 2300° is back!
Our friends at the Corning Museum of Glass have switched things up a bit. Tonight’s event, appropriately titled 2300°: Fire & Ice, offers a little more than the usual 2300° celebration. It’ll feature all of the things you know and love about a normal 2300°, with some exciting outdoor activities added to the mix as well.
We wish we could go into more detail about what those activities will really be, but we can’t. Literally. It’s not a big secret or a surprise or anything, we just couldn’t find the details on the 2300° website. Either way, we’re sure it’ll be a good time.
Here’s what we CAN tell you: Tonight’s band, Wild Adriatic, is a three-piece with an infectious rock/soul/blues sound from Saratoga Springs. We’ve been listening to them in the office all week – they’re killer. Check them out below, and catch them tonight. You won’t regret it.
If heavy hitting blues rock isn’t your thing, settle in for the night in the Amphitheater Hot Shop as James Mongrain shows why he’s considered nothing short of a master of traditional Venetian glassmaking. Our friends at the museum say his glassmaking session is sure to be “unforgettable.”
As always, tonight’s 2300° will feature complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a well stocked cash bar. The museum shuttle will make regular trips to Market Street, so you can keep the party going well into the evening. See you there, friends!