The open-air cinema has locked in its summer season dates.
With Melbourne emerging from lockdown and Victoria’s COVID Normal plan looking to push summer drinks, dining and entertainment outdoors, it’s the perfect time for Australia’s biggest outdoor cinema to announce its return.
Making its way to Melbourne on January 7 and sticking around until April 25, Moonlight Cinema will celebrate 25 years of bringing film lovers outside when it comes to the Royal Botanic Gardens next year.
The first film program is set to drop on Thursday November 12, with tickets certain to sell fast.
Moonlight Cinema will introduce tailored COVID-19 measures to ensure the safety and peace of mind of all movie-goers including increased hygiene facilities such as hand sanitising stations and enhanced cleaning measures of high-frequency touchpoints, social distancing measures including queue controls and capacity limits, and contactless payment.
After spending the majority of 2020 stuck at home watching Netflix, a chance to get together with loved ones and watch a film on the big screen as the sun sets over one of the city’s most picturesque parks sounds pretty bloody blissful.
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Head to the Moonlight Cinema website for more information.
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