[Canceled]
Rachel Lark

Out of concern for the health and safety of our local communities and employees, this event has been canceled.

Refunds will be issued automatically to all ticket purchasers within the next 5-7 business days.

Rachel Lark with special guest performance

January 6, 2022
8PM - 11PM
Age 21+

Proof of vaccination is required
Masks required for all attendees
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On Thursday, January 6, come kick-off Nocturne X's closing weekend with Oakland-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and activist Rachel Lark!
Experience her unique blend of theatrical folk punk, satire, and sex-positive songs, joined by a special guest feature amongst Nocturne X's bioluminescent forests.

In her eloquent expressions of pleasure, suffering and social upheaval, Rachel Lark shows us a reflection of ourselves that we haven’t yet earned in therapy. - Brokeass Stuart

Prepare to both smile and weep.- Boing Boing

About Nocturne X

This captivating immersive art experience invites visitors on a journey of exploration within the galactic ecosystem of planet Nocturne X, a 4000-square-foot interactive forest filled with surprising stories and hidden puzzles. Hundreds of glowing plants, designed and hand-sculpted by the team at Numina Studio, create a landscape brimming with life as the interconnected vegetation responds to touch, sound, and movement. Using custom-built technologies, this multisensory installation transports visitors through space to an awe-inspiring unknown world.

About Nightfall

This event is part of Nightfall on Nocturne X, our weekend event series just for adults. Come see this expansive exhibition light up with live DJ performances, immersive theater experiences and more. Grab a drink and reunite with friends under Nocturne X’s eight moons and immerse yourself in something new.

Rachel Lark

Rachel Lark is an Oakland based singer/songwriter who's known for her politically savvy lyrics, cathartic live shows, and bold, raunchy humor. Her music has been featured on Billboard, Upworthy, Boing Boing, Salon.com, The Savage Lovecast and more. In 2014 she released her first album, Lark After Dark, followed by her debut music video, Warm, Bloody and Tender, which she funded through a Kickstarter campaign and produced herself. Soon after, she began touring the U.S. and Europe regularly, playing festivals, comedy clubs and colleges and building a die-hard cult following among the poly, sex-positive and queer communities, as well as academics, podcast nerds, and psychonauts. She has since released three albums, two EP's and several music videos, all funded through her thriving Patreon community.

Numina Studio

Numina Studio is a Bay Area-based 100-person multidisciplinary team of sculptors, fabricators, metal and woodworkers, sound and light designers who work alongside world-class hardware and software professionals. As digital transformation shapes the modern world, and society as a whole becomes inseparable from the use of technology, Numina Studio examines the impact that those technological advances have on our perception of the world.




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