You Can Party Like It's 1999 At This Boozy Georgia Aquarium Event In March
Break out the sparkle lip gloss and denim jackets.
Many of us 1990s babies miss simpler times and our biggest worry was not finishing our game of hide-and-seek before the street lights came on. This March you can relive your childhood dreams at this Georgia Aquarium adults-only event that will be filled with booze and everything Y2K.
The Georgia Aquarium is hosting a party on March 20 and it's going to be a blast to the past while you're sipping booze under the sea.
The great thing about these events is that you get to experience this amazing aquarium while only being around adults.
All fivewill be open for you to explore and spend hours in. You might even be able to see some of the construction of the new ginormous coming soon.
There'll be multipleso you can get as many Dirty Shirley's that you want throughout the night. You're also encouraged to dress in your best 2000s get-up, so break out the denim dress and crimp that hair.
Not only will you be getting your drink on with all your friends, and maybe even some new ones, you'll be able to get down on the dance floor.
There will be a live DJ on the 1's and 2's all night playing the best 90s throwback songs.
Until 9:00 p.m., you'll be able to order the dining options from Wolfgang Puck which just might be a step up from the fast-food you would order.
You can choose the general admission ticket that will get you into the event and access to all the aquarium galleries, as well as two complimentary drinks. These tickets are $29.95 for members and $39.95 for non-members.
The VIP ticket includes access to an exclusive bar and lounge and four complimentary drinks. These are $39.95 for members and $49.95 for non-members.
This event starts at 7:00 p.m. and goes until 10:00 p.m. so you'll have plenty of time to feel like a kid again.
Sips Under The Sea
When: March 20
Address: 225 Baker St. NW, Atlanta, GA
Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to live a night back in the early 2000s and drink booze under the sea.