Monday, 24 October 2011

Win a double pass to Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinema Sundae Sessions


Want to head down to South Bank's Cultural Forecourt to watch great movies and eat Ben & Jerry's ice cream?

I've got five double movie passes, which can be used for one movie on any night during the season, to Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinema Sundae Sessions.

Ben & Jerry’s has joined forces with Tunes for Change to bring Australia’s finest bands centre stage to raise funds and awareness for charity and create the best Sundae Sessions ever at the annual Brisbane Openair Cinema.

The opening Sundae Session kicked off on October 23 with all funds raised donated to Animals Australia. Regular sessions will continue every Sunday until November 13 and will be filled with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, great music and films.

The Sundae Sessions will feature tub thumping moosic from Aussie bands, which fans can enjoy whilst tucking into the dairylicious taste of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. It’s the ultimate summer session to get together with friends and chill out under the sun.

Upcoming films include RED DOG, HORRIBLE BOSSES and FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS along with classics like THE GOONIES and THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW - plus a surprise film in store for the Halloween Special.  The perfect night out at a gorgeous new location with the city skyline as a backdrop to our massive openair screen.

To win one of the five double passes - leave a comment below about your favourite Ben & Jerry icecream flavour (mine is Pfish Food closely followed by Triple Caramel Chunk) and send me an email at kerry@eatdrinkandbekerry.com.au

Competition ends midnight Tuesday October 25. Your tickets will be posted to you and you'll have to  buy your own ice cream.
 
What:
Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinema Sundae Sessions, Brisbane

When:
23 October 2011 – 13 November 2011 **Sundae Sessions run every Sunday throughout the season

Where:
The Cultural Forecourt, South Bank – under the stars, overlooking the city

Delve into www.benandjerry.com.au, www.brisbaneopenair.com.au, www.animalsaustralia.org and
www.tunesforchange.org for more information.

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