In space, nobody can hear you scream. Which means nobody can hear us plan the ULTIMATE SURPRISE PARTY!
On August 5, 2013, The Mars Curiosity Rover sang itself Happy Birthday for the first (and only) time, even though there was no living soul (that we know of) around to hear it for 54.6 million kilometers. It became the galaxy's loneliest birthday party.
This year, we invite the world to join us in singing to Curiosity. We will be performing a special, matinee show. There will be drinks, cake, party bags, and more surprises that are out of this world!
In partnership with the Ingenium
Foundation, proceeds of every ticket will support Exploratek Connect. This new program — launching this fall at the Canada Science and Technology Museum — will provide internships and hands-on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) experiences for under-served communities in Ottawa.