It is with great pleasure that the Melbourne Arts Students Society invites you to Gatsby Ball: The Roaring 20s.
The University Ball of Semester 1 is here; Arts Ball 2018.
Get ready to don your best outfit for a night even Jay Gatsby himself would envy.
And get ready for a night of pure...finesse.
When: Wednesday, May 2nd
Where: Etihad Victory Room
Attire: Roaring 20s (Think your best tux/glamorous dress, a 1920s inspired outfit or a mixture of both)
After Party: Venue TBC
TICKET PRICES - BOTH CASH AND CARD ACCEPTED
M-ASS Members: $110 ($112.13 for card payments)
Non-M-ASS Members: $115 ($117.23 for card payments)
*TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE TUESDAY APRIL 10 AT 12PM ON SOUTH LAWN*
Your ticket includes a three-course meal, an open bar and table service including beer, wine, and cider as beverages. Your ticket also includes free entry to our exclusive after party so you can continue to dance the night away.
TICKET SALES PROCESS
There are 10 seats per table. On the day of ticket sales, one person from each table (the table leader) must line up and pay for their table IN FULL.
The table leader will need to provide their:
- Full Name
- Phone Number
- Dietary Requirements
- and Student Number (if they are a Unimelb student)
A M-ASS Membership Card must be presented for each Arts Ball Member Ticket purchased. Eg. 2 member tickets = 2 membership cards shown at the time of purchase.
Once the table leader has provided these details and paid for their entire table, they will be sent a digital form to fill out for the rest of their table and will need to fill in the above details for each member of their group.
PS. If you don’t have 10 people, don’t worry! You can still purchase tickets for tables of less than 10. We will try our very best to match up groups of less than 10 with other groups as well.
Gather up your mates from your foundation workshops and pre-book those Uber Blacks ‘cause a little party never killed nobody.
See you there, old sport.
The M-ASS Team xx
*This is a strictly 18+ event.
**M-ASS is a non-profit organisation and is in no way associated with the Great Gatsby novel or feature film.