French Jazz Age Comes to Town

Melbourne’s sophisticated expression of the French Jazz Age will be brought to life on the first day of the Festival, Friday 4th March, at World’s Longest Lunch, set in the convivial surrounds of the Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens.

A thousand long-lunching revellers will delight in three courses designed by French legend Gabriel Gaté and brought to life by Peter Rowland Catering, served with wines from Victoria’s first vineyard Yering Station.

This event will sell out fast so rally your darlings and book tickets online.  Jazz Age-inspired fashion is encouraged!

The Festival’s hallmark event is also staged simultaneously at spectacular locations across Victoria.   From the Trestle Bridge at Noojee in West Gippsland to the Goulburn River on the edge of the Shepparton Forest, take your pick from 25 regional World’s Longest Lunches and celebrate Victoria’s bountiful produce.

World's Longest Lunch
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens
Friday 4 March 2011
Tickets: $115, Ticketmaster


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