Circus of Light event ‘not happening’

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The venue managers for the upcoming ‘Cirus of Light – Warehouse party’ in Darwin are warning party goers against registering for tickets, as they have never heard from organisers.

CJ Fraser-Bell, an artistic associate from not-for-profit arts venue Brown’s Mart, was alerted to a potential issue after a customer contacted them about buying tickets to a December 16 light show.

“We have had no contact with any of the organisers of this event and can confirm it is not occurring at our venue,” they wrote on the venue’s Facebook page.Ms Bell.

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DARWIN party goers have been warned against registering for tickets to the ‘Circus of Light – Warehouse Party’, after venue managers claimed they have never heard from organisers.

CJ Fraser-Bell, an artistic associate from not-for-profit arts venue Brown’s Mart, was alerted to a potential issue after a customer contacted them about buying tickets to a December 16 light show.

“We got a call from a patron looking at buying tickets for an event their daughter wanted to attend,” she said.

“They had seen a paid ad on Facebook saying that the event was being held at our venue.”

The ‘Circus of Light: Warehouse Party’ – which is advertised over Facebook – claims to be “an experience quite like no other. The biggest light show in Australia featuring immersive visual and sound dynamics”.

Ms Fraser-Bell said after some internet research, staff found similar events lined up around the globe.

“Some events have 5000 people interested and some have around 14,” she said.

“We just want to let our people know that it’s definitely not happening at Brown’s Mart.”

“We’ve got a theatre and we’ve got a beautiful music studio. But we don’t have a warehouse.”

Brown’s Mart staff warned potential party goers away from securing tickets on their Facebook page, when they said they had never heard from the event organisers.

“We have had no contact with any of the organisers of this event and can confirm it is not occurring at our venue,” they wrote on the venue’s Facebook page.

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