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Nightide - Winter Solstice Festival with Searoad Ferries

Saturday 22 June 2024 | 5pm - 9pm

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Contact Name: Nightide

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Searoad Ferries Ferry Terminal
Victoria

THE COOL, DARK, EDGE OF WINTER IS COMING!

Venture into the heart of winter’s darkness at Nightide, Queenscliff’s most enigmatic, FREE solstice celebration.

This June 22, from 5pm to 9pm, the Searoad Ferries terminal transforms into a realm where fire dances with ice and the night air vibrates with the pulse of primal beats.

Tempt fate with saunas and ice baths, revel under the burst of fireworks, and gather around the bonfire. Indulge in the night’s offerings with unexpected treats and drinks, and let the eclectic sounds of live music from local performers envelop you.

Upgrade your Nightide experience with a few of the available, ticketed events including; “AFTERDARK” an exclusive VIP party inside the Queenslciff Ferry Terminal, taste the unexpected at “DECADENCE” where TARRA Queenscliff is transformed into a dessert restaurant, or finally, challenge the cold in the “FROSTBITE” Solstice Swim designed for both serious and silly swimmers.

Nightide is your portal to the extraordinary—embrace the darkness.

Searoad Ferries is offering a special Nightide ferry. Foot Passengers can book a discounted return ticket for $30 through Searoad Ferries. Come across to Queenscliff on the 3pm, 4pm, 5pm or 6pm Ferry and return to Sorrento on the 8.40 pm Ferry.

For tickets and further details on all events, please click through to 'More Information'.

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