Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas are back with a bang this summer, bringing music by day and movies by night to Perth’s Riverside Drive. As part of a nationwide series of events, which are enjoyed by more than 150,000 people across Australia, the Perth leg of the tour will take place on the lawn of the Ozone Reserve, overlooking the ocean, from March 19 until April 26 2015.
With live music from an array of Perth’s best up-and-coming artists every Sunday, as well as free ice cream and games as part of the Ben & Jerry’s Sundae Sessions – Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas will once again be recreating their famously fun and friendly festival vibes.
Melbourne stars Husky, the Sundae Sessions season headliners, will be kick-starting proceedings before a screening of multi-award winning smash hit ‘The Theory of Everything’ at the Charity Launch on March 22. Having toured with the likes of Gotye and Mumford & Sons, the trio are set to perform tracks from their second album ‘Rucker’s Hill’. Tickets to the biggest night of the season are on sale now and all proceeds from ticket sales go to WWF-Australia’s efforts to protect the Great Barrier Reef.
The other top musical acts guaranteed to have guests grooving until sundown include the soothing acoustic vibes of Wanderlust, acclaimed folk/indie artist Helen Shanahan and Triple J unearthed talent Simone & Girlfunkle. The mischievous five-piece rock outfit Beside Lights will also be taking to the stage.
Open Tuesday to Sunday throughout the season, films will be shown on a 2K HD digital cinema system and colossal 12m by 6m screen. Complete with Klipsch superior sound and the latest in professional audio technology, moviegoers can look forward toenjoying an alfresco cinema experience like no other. This season has a strictly limited capacity so guests are advised to book ahead to secure their tickets.
Films on offer include an assortment of the latest and greatest new releases, a selection of comedies, drama, cult classics and firm family favourites including:
The Water Diviner – to commemorate ANZAC day, Openair Cinemas will be showcasing the harrowing story of an Australian Farmer (Russell Crowe) who travels to Turkey to find his three missing sons after the Battle of Gallipoli in 1919.
Adding a touch of comfort to a night under the stars, deckchairs, bean loungers and blankets can be hired aspart of the ticket packages available. Cinemagoers can also opt for a
Volkswagen Polo Class ticket, which includes reserved premium seating with a blanket and cushion for extra film-watching luxury, a drink and a Ben & Jerry’s shortie.
Complementing the entertainment line-up is a fully licensed bar stocked with a wideselection of Giesen Wines, 4 Pines Beers and Rekorderlig Cider and there will also be a mouth-watering range of Delisio pizzas.
Ben & Jerry’s ice cream will be cooling down those balmy evenings with a range of legen-dairy flavours and for those who can’t get enough of the sweet stuff, Ben & Jerry’s will be scooping up unlimited free ice cream for every Sundae Session. As always, the Sundae Sessions also include a host of lawn games including Putt Putt, Pick-a-Pat and Giant Cow Jenga.
On top of all this, Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas will be the ultimate place to kickstart the weekend each and every Friday as Aperol Sunsets will see the best local DJs take to the decks to provide the perfect musical backdrop for Aperol Spritz sundowners.
To purchase tickets visit openaircinemas.com.au.