FibreOctave

Where: Bill Richardson Transport World, 491 Tay St, Invercargill, Southland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Allocated seating in rows : $65.00
  • Table to seat 8 (purchased as table) : $800.00
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FibreOctave – Wearable Art and Musical Extravaganza.

Enter a world of enchantment and intrigue with wearable art in Southland. This spectacular show of wearable art, music and dance is set to be staged at Bill Richardson Transport World on Friday 15 June 2018.

In this unique and apt environment, surrounded by a collection of world class vehicles, FibreOctave will be a spectacle of colour and creativity.

Doors will open at 6.00pm with full access to Bill’s Shed and the permanent Wearable Art mezzanine display, for viewing prior to the show commencing at 7:30pm.

Transport World caterers mash Catering will be operating a cash/Eftpos bar and offering for purchase an exquisite selection of canapes pre event and during interval.

Entries are now open.

We encourage designers to be innovative and creative and to think outside the square. There is no restriction on material used and the brief to those creating wearable art is simple. It has to be art and it has to be wearable. Entries are now open and close on 16 March 2018.

Visit www.fibreoctave.co.nz for entry form and criteria. A Supreme Award prize is awarded to the designer of the best overall wearable art exhibit.

FibreOctave is presented in Invercargill in June each year and plays to a capacity crowd. FibreOctave is an artistic experience in Southland not to be missed.

Tickets will be on sale online at www.iticket.co.nz or over the counter at Bill Richardson Transport World from 1 February 2018. The seating plan will include a limited number of tables and allocated seating in rows. Tables will be served a platter for 8 persons.

Transport World caterers Mash Catering will be operating a cash/Eftpos bar and offering for purchase an exquisite selection of canapes pre event and during the interval.

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