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Tomato Festival Sydney – Retro Movie Experience

January 24, 2019 Destination Global No Comments

Join us for an exclusive late night at the Tomato Festival Sydney for the cult classic Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! This is not just a relaxed retro movie experience but a whole night of entertainment – wander through the Plants with Bite display and enjoy the spectacular lighting design, feast on a delicious range of tacos with a glass of sparkling wine (both included in ticket price). Or simply sit on the terrace while listening to a mixture of live music and DJ sounds, sipping on a cocktail available to purchase during the night.

Plus, one of our carnivorous plant gurus and curator (Greg Bourke) will hold a short talk on the display and these fantastic, weird and astounding plants. Don’t miss out and buy your ticket for this fun and fascinating night now!

Included in ticket:
– 3 x tacos (chicken, fish, and veg available)
– Glass of Tyrrell’s Wine – sparkling, white or red
– Exclusive late night access to Plants with Bite display
– Talk by Greg Bourke and screening of Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.
– Live music

Schedule: 
6pm  Doors open
6:30 – 8pm First screening of film
8:00 – 8:10pm Greg Bourke talk
8:30 – 10pm Second screening of film

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