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FROSTBYTE: World Water Day Fundraiser Party @ RAW:almond

(Winnipeg, MB: January 26, 2023) – FROSTBYTE is a one-of-a-kind fundraising event & experience being presented by Science First in collaboration with MEMETIC to raise funds supporting the World Water Day youth conference at the Manitoba Museum on March 22. The fundraiser party will take place at the RAW:almond event space at The Forks located on the frozen Red & Assiniboine Rivers in Winnipeg on February 5, 2023. Frostbyte runs 5 pm – 11 pm and tickets can be purchased for $99 each plus fees at www.memetic.ca/tickets.

FROSTBYTE will feature local visual artist & VJ Jabez Lee showcasing his custom designed and immersive projection mapped visuals within the interior of the latest edition of RAW:almond along with some of Canada’s best cutting edge electronic music artists playing a range of cinematic dubby beats and futuristic dancefloor oriented house & tech house. FROSTBYTE is imagined as a lounge & reception type of experience with a mixture of seating, standing and a dancefloor area (bring your dancing shoes!). Ticket holders will be able to enjoy locally inspired craft cocktails & drinks with top shelf bartenders mixing and serving drinks from Winnipeg’s Patent 5 Distillery along with a beer selection from Little Brown Jug. As opposed to the familiar sit down meal this space is known for, FROSTBYTE will include a specially selected variety of hors d’oeuvres served throughout the event to provide some delicious bites of food to accompany the visuals, music and dancing. FROSTBYTE will create a temporary artistic multimedia nightclub experience inside of this incredibly unique space – all for a great local initiative.

Tickets, information & event partners:

Date: February 5th, 2023
Show Time: 5pm – 11pm
Event name: FROSTBYTE
Event description: Unique fundraiser event for World Water Day @ Manitoba Museum
Venue: RAW:almond on the frozen river at The Forks
Organisers: Science First, MEMETIC
Tickets: $99 + fees
World Water Day info: www.manitobamuseum.ca / www.sciencefirst.ca

To purchase tickets to this fundraising event and to find out more information about the organisations hosting these events, check out the MEMETIC website (www.memetic.ca) and click on the FROSTBYTE ticket link to secure a spot. More information about World Water Day is available via the Science First website (www.sciencefirst.ca) and at The Manitoba Museum website (www.manitobamuseum.ca).

All of the proceeds from the FROSTBYTE fundraiser party will support World Water Day, an ambitious and timely full-day free educational conference for 460 students taking place on March 22nd and being presented by The Manitoba Museum in partnership with Science First. In addition to the daytime student conference there is an evening public presentation at The Manitoba Museum with guest speaker water scientists followed by an audience Q&A and reception in the science gallery following the main event. The theme for the UN Water Day 2023 program is “Accelerating Change”. The local World Water Day program features world renowned guest speaker scientists, engaging workshops, a planetarium documentary viewing and take home action items for the attendees providing them tools to make accelerated change happen in their communities and worldwide. Teachers will be able to sign up full classrooms or smaller groups of students to attend World Water Day beginning on February 1st, 2023. More details about the conference and how to sign up for registration information can be found via The Manitoba Museum here: www.manitobamuseum.ca or an inquiry email can be sent to [email protected] with the subject of World Water Day




Media Contacts: 

Nathan Zahn
Campaign Director
Science First /3-90 Annabella St. / Winnipeg MB R3B 3K7
T 204.298.3464 / E [email protected]
www.sciencefirst.ca / @ScienceFirst42

Brandi Hayberg
Manager of Marketing & Communications
Manitoba Museum
[email protected]