2 years ago

When:
5 May, 2016

Location:
Aerial

Organised by:
Arts Students Society (M-ASS)


Welcome to Arts Ball 2016! Get ready to be transported through the Milky Way in a night full of drinks, planets, food, Martians, dancing, asteroids and infinite good times.

Yes. This is a Space Ball.

On May the 5th, prepare to enter an atmosphere of zero gravity and zero dignity to spend a wild night in an alternate universe where no costume is too crazy and no amount of space puns is enough.

Arts Ball has been dubbed by many as the best night of year, some of last year’s reviews including:

‘Yeah sweet night, Chewie got plastered and I took the first shot’ – Han Solo
‘Couldn’t open the doors, but still had a great night’ – HAL 9000
‘Lived long and prospered hard’ – Spock
‘Yeah didn’t get let in, but had a sick time hanging out outside’ – Michael Collins
‘This night saved our lives, we are eternally grateful’ – Aliens from Toy Story

No limos, no taxis, no trams - arrival via either the Millennium Falcon or Battlestar Galactica*. You will be required to present your Arts Ball ticket to then be transported into another dimension.

The night will start at 7:30pm and will run light-years past your bedtime at the exclusive afterparty.

Included in your ticket to Cosmic Ball 2016:
- Amazing dinner and dessert at the beautiful Ariel Melbourne
- UNLIMITED beer, cider and wine
- Free photobooth
- Entry to the exclusive afterparty
- Prizes for best dressed

The next step is to find a crew to join you on your intergalactic journey, with tables of up to 12 people.

*If you don’t have a Millennium Falcon or Battlestar Galactica the venue is conveniently close to trains and trams.

THE DETAILS
ARTS BALL 2016: Cosmic Ball
When: Thursday May 5th, 7.30pm – late (arrive on time to make the most of the open bar!)
Where: Aerial South Wharf
How much: $93 members/$99 non-members
Tickets: On sale from 5pm Tuesday 12/04/16, at cosmicball.getqpay.com

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Please note that this is an 18+ event ID is required upon entry. Security reserves the right to refuse entry – so don’t turn up drunk (take full advantage of the open bar!).