The Divine Divas Show Hits Melbourne May 2013

If you’re into live events that include Vegas-style portrayals of the biggest superstars on the planet, this is one show you won’t want to miss! The incredible Divine Divas show is a delightfully decadent two hour tribute performance that will feature extravagant portrayals of twenty world-famous superstars, like Cher, Madonna, Liza, Beyonce, Pink, Tina, Dolly, Kylie, and many more.

This flamboyant tribute to our favorite divas is always evolving, and was started by Warren Gooch, the talented founding cast member, and styled by the brilliant modern choreographer, Leigh Kempster.

Truly a Spectacular Event

This captivating event will take place on 18 May at The Palms at Crown in Melbourne. Fun for the whole family, this performance is sure to amaze with all the glamour and glitz of a Vegas-inspired extravaganza.

With very high heels and a whole lot of class, Divine Divas will feature sixteen of the most exceptional female impersonators in jaw-dropping transformations that include donning sensational pieces from an authentically reproduced wardrobe valued at more than $200,000.

More than 60,000 Australians and New Zealanders have had the pleasure of enjoying this fabulous event first hand.

Be sure to get your tickets soon so you don’t miss out on all the incredible fun!

How to Get Inspired

Whether or not you can afford to make it to The Palms for this decedent event, you need not despair. Take the idea for a tribute show and run with it. Get a group of friends together, decide on the kind of famous stars you’d like to portray, and hit up the second hand stores for your costumes.

If you want to really get into it, print up some low cost, high quality event tickets, and raise money for a good cause, like a local charity or a non-profit organisation you support.

Promoting your event well is a good start. Start by developing a plan of action. Will you send out emails? Print flyers? Mail personalized invitations? All of these ideas will work, and many times they work best when done in tandem.

Once you’ve promoted your glamourous event, decide on a ticket price that’s low enough to appeal to the masses, but high enough so you can make your money back and have a little something extra.

You can either donate it, or keep it for yourself to use for your next event.

 

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Formula 1® Rolex Grand Prix Hits Australia 14 March – 17 March 2013

Gentlemen (and women), start your engines! If you’re a racing fan in Australia, one of the most exciting events of the year is soon to come your way. Starting 14 March, Melbourne’s fabulous Albert Park will become home to the first leg of this year’s Formula One World Championship™ season.

Local fans have a lot to look forward to with two well-known Aussies, Mark Webber and Daniel Ricciardo, lined up against each other for the second consecutive year.

Not only that, but with more than four Formula One World Champions™ listed on the track, this event will no doubt be very exciting start to the racing season.

Breakfast with the Stars

Just one of many events that will take place during this action-packed weekend, the exclusive Grand Prix Breakfast will be hosted Saturday the 16th at one of Melbourne’s chicest venues, the Crown Palladium.

This brand new 2013 event will feature notable appearances from special guests in motorsport and racing, like Kimi Räikkönen, Jenson Button and Sergio Perez. You’ll also be captivated by performances from popular names in entertainment, like Ricki-Lee Coulter and Aussie Legend Jimmy Barnes.

And if that’s not enough to feed your fancy, you can relish in performances by Cirque du Soleil’s Australian tour of OVO.

Buy a premium ticket to this event, and you’ll get the incredible chance to have one of the top names in motorsport to join you at your table.

Tickets, Get Your Tickets!

Ticket buyers have the option of purchasing a four-day pass as well as individual, daily passes. Not only is this convenient for the fans, but you can even attend the event on Thursday for FREE!

See the Total Oil International Sports Cars Qualifying Session and the Mazda 6 Celebrity Challenge Qualifying Session, in addition to numerous practice sessions, at absolutely no charge to you. Does it get any better than that?

It certainly could! If you can get in free on Thursday the 14th, why not celebrate the money you saved by hosting your own motorsport get together?

Instead of dishing out a pretty penny to buy day-passes, find some low cost event tickets and host your own race-viewing event on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

You could have it at the local pub, in your own home, or anywhere there’s a telly big enough for all your friends to see the racecars zooming, and loud enough to hear the engines revving.

 

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Give Your Party a Sporting Shot!

by admin on September 13, 2012

Keep Your AFL Grand Final Event Organised

The 2012 Australian Football League (AFL) Grand Final is coming up pronto. Traditionally held on the last Saturday in September on the Melbourne Cricket Ground, this annual event has a tendency to draw a huge crowd at home, in addition to its being broadcast worldwide.

The AFL Grand Final Day is more than just your ordinary Australian rules football game or tourney. This shindig boasts an entire WEEK of events, set to start off Sunday before the event with the VFL Grand Final at Etihad Stadium, and on into Friday with the “Footy on Parade” in Melbourne.

Footy Fever

Millions of people are counting down the days until they get to watch the AFL Grand Final. If you can’t make it to the Ground in Melbourne for the seat at the real event, which many people won’t, chances are there’s a Grand Final party nearby you can attend that will work just fine.

And if you’re one of those fine people who’s having a party for the big Day, you’ll want to get ready for the crazed footy fans in advance.

Whether you’re inviting hundreds of people to the local pub, or just having a bunch of mates over for a BBQ, thinking ahead and staying organised can be difficult. With all the “footy fever” going on (and it’s only going to get wackier from here) you may need a bit of help keeping it all together.

Feed the Masses

Let’s face it: asking people to pitch in at a party isn’t something new. Especially for popular AFL Grand Final parties, where people tend to eat and drink a good bit, asking for some kind of donation for the food and drinks is far from uncalled for.

Instead of going around to your guests and asking them one by one for donations, consider securing the donations in advance. This will help you in 3 ways:

  1. Sell Event Tickets. Explain to your guests that when they purchase a ticket, they are paying for the food and drinks that they will consume in advance.
  2. Keep a Head Count. You’ll know how many people are coming from the number of tickets that were purchased, and you can leverage this information to purchase the right amount of food and drinks.
  3. Match it Up. It’s incredibly easy to print Event Tickets, and it’s easy to find matching media for your event. If you don’t like the pre-designed templates, enjoy the freedom to Design Your Own.

Be a team player! Keep your event organised so that everyone can have a “Grand” time at your Final party.

 

 

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