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A Series Of Secret Underground Dinners Will Be Happening In Melbourne Next Month

By Ben Tyers
14th Jun 2019


If there’s one thing that Melburnians go absolutely wild about, it has to be the prospect of eating food in a secret underground setting.

For two weeks at the end of July, Fed Square will be running ‘Sensory Underground’ as part of their ‘Anything But Square Festival’.

The hidden underground of Fed Square will be transformed by artists into a futuristic space filled with sights, sounds, textures, and scents. Chapel Street favourite Tokyo Tina will be serving up a four-course dinner which you’ll enjoy while being surrounded by a range of immersive entertainment and performances.

The inaugural Anything But Square Festival will run from 25 July to 25 August and will feature collaborations with The Winter Village, Tokyo Tina, White Night, Campfire, and many more.


There's an exclusive evening for Urban List readers so you can get in before the rest of your mates. We're taking over for one night only, where you can experience Sensory Underground before it opens to the rest of Melbourne.

Expect to have your mind blown with futuristic feeds, epic underground light installations, great tunes and a few extra secrets we're keeping up our sleeve.

The 6.30pm session is now sold out. So, we've added an 8.30pm so you don't miss out.

Fire up the group chat. This is one you and your friends won't want to miss.

There are only 70 tickets available per session.




The Details

What: Sensory Underground
When: Wednesday 31 July (opening night exclusive to Urban List). Thursday 1 August to Sunday 11 August.
Where: Fed Square
How much: $129
For more information, click here.

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