'til Midnight at the Nasher

Presented by Central Market/H-E-B

May 18, 2018

FREE event from 6 p.m. to Midnight takes place on the third Friday of the month 

6 p.m. Doors 
7 p.m. Co-headlining act: Julie Byrne
8 p.m. Co-headlining act: Vagabon
9:15 p.m. (Film): Harold and Maude, 1971 (PG | 1 h 31 min) 

Julie Byrne (New York): A music-playing nomad, Julie Byrne has toured the world and even spent some time as a park ranger at New York’s Central Park. Her vast amount of experiences lends a credibility to her stark take on 1970s-era song craft that stands out from most acoustic-based folk singers. 

Vagabon (New York): The Cameroon-born singer/songwriter—aka Laetitia Tamko–had a breakout year in 2017 and recently enjoyed an appearance on NPR’s popular Tiny Desk concert series. Making a name for herself among the usually male-dominated world of indie rock is no small feat, and she continues to sell out venues while challenging the established expectations of the college radio crowd. 

'til Midnight at the Nasher presents live outdoor concerts in the Nasher Sculpture Center garden. At each event, a variety of national and regional musical talent perform followed by film screenings. Guests have the opportunity to visit the Nasher for free, taking in the museum’s renowned collection of modern and contemporary art as well as contemporary exhibitions by some of the most important artists working today.

Picnic Dining Menu

Plan your evening by ordering a picnic basket from Central Market/H-E-B by calling the store's Lovers Lane location at 214.361.5577 by 4 p.m. the Wednesday before the event. 

Enjoy a cash bar, grab and go snacks and street tacos provided by Wolfgang Puck Catering. Steel City Pops will also be selling all-natural popsicles in seasonal flavors.


‘til Midnight at the Nasher is presented by Central Market/H-E-B. Additional support for is provided by The Eugene McDermott Endowment Fund, Texas Commission on the Arts, KXT 91.7, and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).

Movie screening programming partner is the Texas Theatre