Frost Science Hosts The Big Bang: Sonic Odyssey

Big Bang Host Committee members Tanya Valiente,
Simone Worsdale, Christopher Adeleke, Aileen Quintana
and Paola Villanueva

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science hosted nearly 900 guests during one of their most popular fundraisers of the year, The Big Bang: Sonic Odyssey. Hosted by the museum’s Young Patrons, the event invited guests to move freely throughout the museum, exploring the wonders of sound through several thrilling activations and performances. In the Dive Level of the Aquarium, guests participated in a silent disco by Light Up the Night before heading up to the rooftop terrace beer garden for refreshments. Loft VR and Moonlighter Makerspace added some visual thrills to night’s program, while on the auditory side, the Lucky Records Vinyl Listening Lounge and DJ Le Spam, The Love Below and Frost School of Music provided the evening’s soundtrack. Guests also had the opportunity to strike a pose in “Neo-Odyssey,” an extraordinary photo booth prepared by artist @Haiiileen, with photography captured by The Frank Booth Co.

Cocktails flowed throughout the evening thanks to Bousa Brewery, Atlantico Rum, Tito’s Vodka, Hendrick’s Gin, Kombrewcha, Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Co., Peroni and Veza Sur Brewery, while guests savored a delectable assortment of light bites from over 30 local restaurants such as Ms. Cheezious, Beaker & Gray, BouludSud, Bulla Gastrobar, Fooq’s, La Centrale and Shake Shack.

At 11 p.m., guests lit up the dynamic dancefloor of the Baptist Health South Florida Gallery with a hot performance by locally-renowned DJ, IRiE.

The Big Bang: Sonic Odyssey was made possible by Frost Science’s generous supporting partners: FPL SolarNow, Baptist Health South Florida, WeWork and Lyft.

Photos by Joule Studios and World Red Eye