This week’s weather is building to an absolute ripper of a weekend, and with a potential climax of 32 degrees, you don’t wanna waste it stuck indoors. One of our choices for getting the weekend started? How about chilling out in the Alma beer garden this Friday night watching the premier of State of Surfs new film Vol. 2 - Belong Nowhere.
Following on from a successful run with Vol. 1, State of Surf and Drifter Rum present Vol. 2 Belong Nowhere. Filmed around our state over the last three years, State of Surf captures a range of local surfers and surfing locations at their very best!
So, if drinking beers (or whatever thirst quencher takes your fancy) and completely relaxing sounds like a good time then the Alma is your place to go this Friday. On top of the film premiere, Zen Panda will be taking stage at 11pm and local DJ’s will be delivering the good vibes in a full dose all night!
Lastly, a charity raffle will be taking place with thousands of dollars of prizes up for grabs with all proceeds supporting the Hutt Street Centre and Kids Plus organisations.
Tickets: $10 Pre-purchased HERE. $15 @ the door!
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