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Ticket sales to the MFB Gala Ball close in less than two weeks

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15 Jun 2016
There are less than two weeks remaining to get your ticket to MFB’s night of nights!

Join the hundreds of MFB employees, emergency services colleagues and community members who have already purchased tickets to the 125th Anniversary Gala Ball.

Your ticket gets you a three course meal prepared by the award winning chefs at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, beverages (beer, wine and soft drink) and entertainment throughout the night including Melbourne radio icons Grubby and Dee Dee as MCs, live music from The Absolutely 80’s Show (featuring Scott Carne from Kids in the Kitchen, Dale Ryder from Boom Crash Opera, David Sterry from Real Life, Sean Kelly from Models and Grace Knight from Eurogliders) as well as music from Pulse DJs.

Saturday 2 July 2016
6:30pm – midnight
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Place, South Wharf
Attire: Black tie

A silent charity auction is being held on the night with all funds raised going to support the important work of beyondblue. There are a range of amazing items on offer including:

  • Unique experiences, like diving with sharks at Melbourne’s Sea Life Aquarium
  • Tickets to Ellie Goulding at Rod Laver Arena
  • VIP tickets to A Day on the Green, anywhere in Australia
  • Ski lift passes at Hotham Alpine Resort
  • V8 Race Car Ride and Drive
  • Hotel and dinner packages
  • $845 photography voucher

The Gala Ball is an opportunity for us to come together, to celebrate an important milestone and commemorate the brigade’s long and rich history with family and friends.

Tickets cost $125 each, or $1,200.00 for a table of ten. To book a ticket, visit: http://bit.ly/MFB125BALL.

You will need to enter the name and dietary requirements of your guests when you book the table. For more information, contact MFB125@mfb.vic.gov.au .   

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