Queenslanders, it's time to dust down those glad rags, pop on your best lippy or dapper tie and celebrate the not-so-humble blush bevvy that is rosé (read: drinking a few glasses of the stuff) because the annual festivus that is Rosé Revolution is back! Easily one of Brisbane’s favourite events (because wine), gather your crew and hit the big smoke for a Saturday afternoon of canapes and rosé sampling, all in the name of a good cause.
Now in it's fifth year, the rosé festival is going to be bigger and better than ever, this time taking over The Old Museum in Bowen Hills on Saturday 16 November. And this year, you'll be drinking to support The Hunger Project, an incredible organisation that’s on a mission to end world hunger by 2030 and one of our own supported charities (check out how we're doing it with Urban Feast here).
You can paint the town pink with one of two ticketing options: VIP ($85) will get you early entry at 2pm, a glass of rosé on arrival, 10 rosé tastings, canapés and VIP seating, while General Admission ($45) includes entry at 3pm, a glass of rosé on arrival and plenty of those canapes, with tastings, glasses and bottles of the good stuff available at the bar.
So what are you waiting for? Round up your roadtrip crew, grab some tickets and get ready for brilliant drops and a damn good time!
What: Rosé Revolution
When: Saturday 16 November, 2pm to 6pm
Where: The Old Museum, Bowen Hills
Find out more and get tickets here.
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