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Pink Lady Cider Co. Launch Party

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September 15, 2012
3:00 pm

The Pink Lady cider company launch their brew on an unsuspecting Melbourne public by having a kick-ass party. You won’t hear about this party on any other magazine except here at Milkbar Magazine, cause we got love for the underground here.

There’ll be a $30 cover with unlimited taste testing of the Pink Lady and some wicked tunes for you to dance to. Mortisville, MadAngel, Kevin Lithium, Camilo, Cat Party and Rhythmik will be the DJs for the evening, and there’ll also be live art created by Roger Essig. There’ll be a 1920’s dress theme to celebrate the end of Pink Lady’s bootlegging.

Remember to not indulge too much of the Pink Lady, as security will be present.

WHEN: Saturday, 15 September, 10pm-5am
WHERE: 391b Station st, Thornbury
WEB: facebook.com/events/146267332178561/


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