Paint Nite: Mystical Aurora
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Raise your glass to a NEW kind of night out! Paint Nite® invites you to create art over cocktails at a local restaurant or bar, guided by a professional artist and party host. Grab your friends and spend two hours drinking, laughing, and flexing your creative muscles. There’s no experience necessary and we’ll provide all the supplies, so you don’t have to worry about a thing (except having a great time!). Must be 21+. Food and drink may be purchased at the event. The event begins promptly at the start time listed above. Please allow extra time to find parking and get settled. If you're coming with a group (yay, how fun!) make sure you arrive 30 minutes early to get seats together. If you're planning to eat dinner before the event, please inform the host/hostess that you're with Paint Nite® and check in with us to reserve your seats. Please remember your artist and assistant with thank you tips if you had a great time!
Tucked among the industrial warehouses, business offices and recycling centers off Coffee in northwest Bakersfield is a sprawling building complex that looks — at first glance — like a new state-of-the-art super-gym. But as you approach, there are indications that all is not what it seems: loud conversation, bottles clanking, and laughter coming from the back patio. The Budweiser banner at the entrance is a dead giveaway this is not a place for weights and ellipticals. It’s a bar. A really big bar. The massive building, the size of a strip mall, is all shiny metal and glass, with a matching block-length immaculate parking area. This is 1933: Bakersfield's newest event center, sports bar, restaurant and club! Enjoy games on the patio with friends on a lazy afternoon, DJs or concerts in the night club, lunch, dinner or both with friends and now Paint Nite! on Wednesday evenings. Come early to eat or go ahead and eat (and drink) while gardening. Your choice! See you at 1933.
Jarad “Meathead” Mann is a modern day Renaissance Man. The nickname Meathead stems from his days as a radio personality when he had an uncanny resemblance to Rob Reiner who was called a ‘Meathead’ by Archie Bunker on “All in the Family.” He is a Podcaster, Writer, Lyricist, Artist & Director as well as a born entertainer and professional public speaker who loves art for its subjectiveness. “Anyone can make art and anything can be art.” - Jarad “Meathead” Mann