Gallery Night Pensacola is a nonprofit organization with a dedicated goal of inspiring culture, engagement, and the practice of arts of all types in an entertaining event for all ages and walks of life. Our monthly events focus on specific themes, highlight featured artists and recruit the best creators our area has to offer.
When is Gallery Night Pensacola?
Gallery Night is almost always held on the third Friday of each month from 5–10 p.m.
Where is Gallery Night Pensacola?
Gallery Night is hosted on the streets of downtown Palafox between Main Street and Garden Street which are closed to vehicle traffic between 5 and 11 p.m.
What Does it Cost to Attend?
Gallery Night is a free, all-ages event for the public. All are welcome to enjoy Gallery Night!
If you would like to contribute to nonprofit organization Gallery Night Pensacola, you can make a tax-deductible donation here.
Where Can I Stay?
There are lots of great area hotels including Gallery Night Sponsor Highpointe Hotels.
Additionally, through a partnership with Holiday Inn Express Downtown, Gallery Night Attendees can save 10% on their bookings when mentioning Gallery Night! Guests can ask for the Gallery Night Pensacola rate when they call 850-433-2231 to book or book online with corporate ID 786933338 (type ID in under ‘special codes’ during checkout).
2021 Dates & Themes
Gallery Night Mission
The mission of Gallery Night Pensacola is to create an engaging event that takes the “Arts to the Streets” where the local community and out-of-town visitors can connect with the unique Culture of Pensacola. Through this nonprofit organization, individual artists will have the opportunity to showcase their talent, and area arts organizations will host public performances and demonstrations; downtown merchants and community nonprofits come together to create the Gallery Night experience.
In our Taking ART to the Streets monthly event, painters, sculptors, musicians and more come together with sponsors, merchants and nonprofits to create a quality monthly event attended by tens of thousands (so far!).