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White Night set to dazzle again

19 Sep 2014

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Fast-becoming one of Australia’s premier cultural events, White Night will light up Melbourne’s streets once again on February 21, 2015.

Since being established in 2013, the all-night event has become a major fixture on the city’s cultural calendar and a national celebration embraced by residents and tourists.

In confirming the return of White Night, Minister for Tourism and Major Events Louise Asher said the Government was pleased to be launching the event for another year.

“In two short years, White Night Melbourne has staked its place as a significant major cultural event in Australia,” she said.

“The event is a major tourist draw card, it delivers economic dividends for city traders and hoteliers, and provides wonderful opportunities for the local and international creative community,” she said.

Melbourne’s streets, laneways, public buildings and cultural institutions such as the Arts Centre and the National Gallery of Victoria in Southbank, will once again be transformed over a 12-hour period.

Artists, performers and organisers can register their interest in participating in White Night 2015 by visiting www.whitenightmelbourne.com.au

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