ATP Pacific and RRR
Release The Bats - With Television performing Marquee Moon, The Breeders Tickets VIC
12:00pm, Sat 26th October, 2013 - 1:00am, Sun 27th October, 2013
St Kilda , VIC
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All Tomorrow's Parties follow the hugely popular I'll Be Your Mirror Melbourne with...
RELEASE THE BATS MELBOURNE - An All-Day Halloween Party Extravaganza
ATP Presents its first Australian Halloween party! There will be two stages, a cinema, art exhibition and an amazing food court. Come dressed as something to do with one of the bands for a chance to win special ATP prizes!
Saturday 26th October 2013 at
Westgate Entertainment Centre and Grand Star Reception, Altona, Melbourne, Victoria
Television Performing Marquee Moon (only Victorian show)
The Breeders performing Last Splash (only Victorian show)
Pop Crimes (The Songs of Rowland S. Howard)
The UV Race
The Spinning Rooms
+ more tbc
Date: The festival takes place on Saturday October 26th 2013. The event starts at midday and runs until 1am - headliners will finish by 11pm with around 14 acts in total set to play live.
Location: Another unique aspect of ATP's I'll Be Your Mirror is the location, offering both indoor and outdoor space just a stones throw from the CBD. The Westgate Entertainment Centre and Grand Star Receptions - two venues in one complex in Altona - just 13km away from the centre of Melbourne. The event is limited to just 5000 attendees. One of the extracurricular highlights of our recent event, Pricasso, will return to paint some special Halloween portraits in his own inimitable style.
The event is restricted to over 18s only.
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