2300° at The Corning Museum of Glass

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May 25, 2017 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Is there any better way to kick off GlassFest weekend than with a high-energy, can’t-miss 2300°? We’ll see you at the Museum as we open what is sure to be a fantastic GlassFest weekend.

At 2300° Fahrenheit, hot glass gets interesting—and so do things at The Corning Museum of Glass. Enjoy glassmaking demonstrations, live music, and great food and drink. Free and open to the public.

Live Glassmaking by David Patchen
See an incredible display of glassmaking by artist David Patchen. Known for his use of intense colors, intricate patterns, and meticulous craftsmanship, Patchen is sure to be an artist you won't want to miss during this special GlassFest 2300°.

Live Music featuring Natalie Stovall and The Drive and Dirty Bourbon River Show
Check out two amazing musical acts as we head into GlassFest Weekend. In the auditorium, country roots and rock come together with Natalie Stovall and The Drive. Expect, high-energy beats mixed with fiddle-shredding, rockin' guitar, and intense stage presence. On the Courtyard Stage, Dirty Bourbon River Show will live up to their name and keep the party going with their blend of New Orleans brass and hard-edged blues. Known to change instruments mid-set and sometimes even mid-song, the theatrics don't end there.

2300° Museum Shops Sale
Take 23% off your purchase in the Museum Shops, beginning at 5 pm through the event. Offer valid on all non-sale items.

Hot Food and Cold Drinks Round Out the Night
Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and soft drinks are available. Heartier fare is also available for purchase.

Free shuttle bus service from the Museum’s I-86 parking lot is available.

Make a Night of It!
The Staybridge Suites offers overnight lodging and Museum admission to use before or after this free event. Contact the hotel directly to take advantage of this offer. Enter the dates of the upcoming 2300° event to see the package on the hotel's website or call the property at +1 (607) 936-7800.

2300° is Thursday, May 25, 2017, at The Corning Museum of Glass