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April High Frequency Friday

April 7, 2023 | 6–10 p.m.
Location: High Museum of Art
Registration Required

Music and art collide for an unforgettable night in Atlanta every first Friday at the High.

This month, we are highlighting our special exhibition Bruce Onobrakpeya: The Mask and the Cross. Join a guided tour, try the month’s signature cocktail, or take a photo in front of our Stella-inspired photo wall. Don’t miss out on the best social night of the month!

Know Before You Go

  • Due to the popularity of this event, advanced ticket reservations are required for entry.
  • Members enjoy free tickets to High Frequency Friday; however, we strongly encourage that tickets be reserved in advance.
  • Guest passes are valid for general admission only and cannot be redeemed during this event.
  • Seating is extremely limited, and priority is given to guests who have accessibility challenges.
  • No outside food or beverage is permitted.
  • Parking in the Woodruff Arts Center garage is limited and may reach capacity before you arrive. We recommend the Promenade Parking Garage (32 14th Street, N.E.) for alternate parking.


This month’s performances are organized by Karl Injex

Anthony Somebody
Robinson Atrium, 6–10 p.m.

Florista and Divine Interface
Orkin Sculpture Terrace, 6–10 p.m.

Headshot of High Frequency Friday DJs with blue duotone filter

Try This!

Try our signature cocktail, The Pineapple Express. Enjoy the taste of spiced rum, ginger liqueur, lemon, and pineapple juice topped with ginger beer and garnished with a pineapple leaf, a pineapple wedge, and crystallized ginger.

Two hands clink together bright yellow colored cocktails topped with crystallized ginger and a pineapple leaf


HIGHlights tours begin at 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Docent tours meet in the Taylor Lobby and are on a first-come-first-serve basis.

No drinks allowed in the galleries.

A man in all black talks to a group of smartly dressed adults inside the modern and contemporary galleries at the High Museum

Illumination Box Experience

This month will feature Anthony Somebody’s Illumination Box Experience. Join him as he plays from inside the lighted cube only wearing ear monitors and a base pack for a truly unique experience. The creators of the Illumination Box chose Atlanta “because of its history of uplifting Black creators and are excited to have the opportunity with the High Museum to inspire artists in our community.”

A DJ booth illuminated with white neon light sits in the High Museum's atrium