42 Degrees South Baby - Goes North Baby!!! Strictly No Black Tie!

42 Degrees South Baby - Goes North Baby!!! Strictly No Black Tie! - Launceston Tickets


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2017-04-01 18:00:00 2017-04-01 23:30:00 Australia/Brisbane 42 Degrees South Baby - Goes North Baby!!! Strictly No Black Tie! 42 Degrees South Baby - Goes North Baby!!! Strictly No Black Tie! Nyllavert Gardens, 61 Tamar Street, Launceston 42 Degrees South Baby [email protected]

42 Degrees South Baby! - Goes North Baby! Strictly no Black Tie.

Charity Fundraisng Event

Brett Charlton and Charles Beaumont are embarking on an epic adventure to raise funds for cancer research. They will be driving a Ford Econovan worth under A$1000.00 (Vaughan) over 3,800KM's through the Australian desert from Adelaide to Cairns in the 2017 Shitbox Rally. No airconditioning, the car is black, Brett and Charles barely know how to change a tyre....what could go wrong!! 

On the 1st of April 2017, in central Launceston, Nyllavert Gardens (Launceston's newest central function venue) we will have two bands performing for you (chilled out jazz tunes early and then high energy rock and roll later in the night). The Mayor of Tasmania, Darren Alexander, will be the MC for the evening with interviews with Brett and Charles during the night as well as some amazing and different auction items (including a years supply of toilet paper, a limited edition Reg Mombassa signed and numbered print, Errol the surfing Devil - our mascot for the journey -  and much more). The Shitbox Lucky Dip of Destiny will be back with great prizes as well. 

Tasmanian Craft Beer (thanks to our great friends at Moo Brew), Tasmanian bubbles and wines with excellent Tasmanian themed food being served throughout the night.

This event will be talked about for years to come - don't miss out. Ticket numbers are capped and once they are sold they will be gone. Think of this as your last hoorah before hibernating for the winter!

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  • General Admission $120.00
    Saturday 1st April 2017 Beer, wine and cider is provided. Substantial finger food will be served through out the evening. Famous local Jazz band, 'Last Train' will play their groovy covers deep into the night. The famous 'Lucky Dip of Destiny' not to be missed!
    Entry from 6:00pm Admit 1 Available
    Sales closing soon

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