Enjoy an evening under the stars when the Orange City Council’s Future Flix open-air cinema takes place in Robertson Park on Friday April 16.
Take your family and friends to see Steven Spielberg’s classic ET the Extra-Terrestrial.
The free ticketed event is run with support from the NSW Government’s Summer Fund.
The fund is helping councils revitalize the local public space after the pandemic by running free, safe events for the people to help support local businesses and boost the economy.
Future Flix takes place in partnership with Orange Open Air and is carried out in a similar way to the council’s monthly Future Tunes music concerts. Stalls have been set up in the park where people can buy food and drinks.
Orange Mayor Reg Kidd said hundreds of people have enjoyed the free Future Tunes music performances and supported CBD companies in the past few months.
“This is something different and another great way to get downtown and have a relaxing evening in one of Orange’s main public areas, Robertson Park,” said Cr Kidd.
“Everyone is encouraged to come along, bring their chairs, picnic rugs or a warm blanket, and enjoy a great outdoor event before the cooler weather really sets in.”
The gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the film starts at 6:30 p.m.
To book your tickets, click on the link.
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