Cinema Pop Up is Popping up in Trafalgar

This a joint media release shared on behalf of Cinema Pop Up.

After a year like no other, Cinema Pop Up is excited to pop up in Trafalgar this coming March, offering four nights of movies under the stars from Thursday 11 March up to and including Sunday 14 March, at Trafalgar Primary School.

Getting together outdoors is the best and safest way to spend time together, and Cinema Pop Up is proud to present a Covid Safe event in your local community. The outdoor event has been modified to ensure everyone’s safety with a cashless, card only candy bar, pre-booked online ticketing only, disposable covers on all Toyota Lounge bean beds, capped numbers per square metres, social distancing and sanitizer stations. All tickets are refundable and all guests are required to stay home and isolate should they be experiencing any symptoms on the day of the event.

Featuring an outdoor movie experience at Trafalgar Primary School, Cinema Pop Up is about providing locals and visitors the opportunity for the community to come together to’ experience an outdoor cinema and all the entertainment surrounding the event in their local environment in a safe and fun way. Tickets for adults are only $5 each, with all kids tickets under 17, free, when you book online.

The Trafalgar event will cater for all featuring the following family favourite movies, chosen with help by some of the locals:

  • 11 March – The Croods: New Age
  • 12 March – The Emperor’s New Groove
  • 13 March – Turbo
  • 14 March – The Breakfast Club

Supported by Toyota, TAC, the EJ Whitten Foundation and the Baw Baw Shire Council, Cinema Pop up will run for four nights only with limited tickets. Bookings are essential and only available online at CinemaPopup.com.au.

Andre Palayan, Regional Marketing Manager – Toyota Australia said, “We have worked closely with Warragul Toyota to bring Toyota’s Cinema Pop Up to the Baw Baw Shire community. We pride ourselves on supporting and bringing local communities together.”

Cinema Pop Up Director Kate Hardwick said, “We’re excited to bring an event of this calibre to Regional Victoria. During these challenging times, it’s more important than ever to be with family and friends. Having these magnificent partners on board together means we can offer an experience people can share in together in a safe environment.”

This will be the third Cinema Pop-up event in Baw Baw Shire, with it being held previously in Warragul in 2018 and Drouin in 2019. Baw Baw Shire Council Mayor Cr Danny Goss said, “Cinema Pop-up is a fantastic event for our community and visitors to the region. This is a great chance to make a night of it and enjoy some classic movies with family and friends. I encourage you to book your tickets now to avoid missing out.

Event Information

Cinema Pop Up at Trafalgar Primary School

Gates open: 7pm

Movie commences at approximately 8pm

Event concludes at approximately 9.30pm

Tickets:

Adults – $5

Children under 17 – free

Tickets are limited and essential at CinemaPopUp.com.au

Image: Trafalgar Primary School students Isabelle Heard, Emelia Gasi ,Charlie McKinnon, Harvey Gill and Lachlan Gringhaus are looking forward to hosting Cinema Pop Up at their school.

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