The Bright Autumn Festival Bush Dance is on again! Come join the fun!
Round up your gang, grab your partner and swing on into Bright Brewery for a colourful night of bush dancing, featuring local bush band Squid Jig, which will raise money to support the future of Bright’s Autumn Festival.
To be held on Thursday 4th May 2017, this special event is a community fundraiser that will help showcase the spectacular Autumn season in beautiful Bright. All ages welcome!
More information coming soon!
Date: Thursday 4th May, 2017
Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
What: Bush band “SQUID JIG” and dance caller Mark Buckley
Where: Bright Brewery, 121 Great Alpine Road, BRIGHT
Tickets: $15 ADULT / $10 CHILDREN (under 18)*
*$5 from every ticket sale donated to Bright Autumn Festival
BUSH DANCE F.A.Q
Will food be available?
Yes, our normal dinner service will be in operation.
Can I book a group table for the event?
There will be plenty of large tables available at the event. Full table reservations should be referred directly to Tom Buckley via email@example.com
Can kids come?
Yes, this is an all ages event.
Does the event include allocated seating?
No, there’s no allocated seating for the event. Your ticket is just for entry to the event, a cover charge for a night of bush dancing fun, and to raise money for the Bright Autumn Festival. There will be plenty of seats and space for everyone to move freely and enjoy a casual event.
I don’t have a way to print my tickets
If you can come into Bright Brewery 3 or 4 days after purchasing tickets, we can arrange to have your tickets printed here, which you can come and collect from the bar. You will need to bring your printed tickets on the night.
Can I make a group booking?
Yes, you can book as many tickets as you want in a single transaction, and you will receive that number of tickets via email (under the one name). Please note that each person in your group will need to have their own ticket with them when they arrive at the event (because we will only have the name of the person who made the booking).