Electric effect of NightFest tickets

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THE new Electric Theatre promises to “wow” audiences with thrilling circus acts, dramatic lighting and an awesome array of live music at Floriade’s sixth NightFest.

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Last year’s NightFest
Tickets for the twilight event go on sale today.

This year, NightFest will showcase what the organiser’s describe as “stellar light shows and a great line up of well-known comedians and DJs”.

Visitors will be able to wander the night markets and see the garden beds illuminated in colour. Every night The Moonlight Lounge will feature entertainment such as Melbourne-based stand-up comedian Felicity Ward and Matt Okine, who was recently named Best Newcomer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Last year more than 23,300 people attended the event.

NightFest will be held between 6.30pm and 10.30pm from Wednesday, September 25 until Sunday, September 29.

Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for children, $50 for a family (two adults, two children) and $10 for concession holders.

Detailed program at floriadeaustralia.com/nightfest and tickets from ticketek.com.au

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