"Let's get Shrekd"
Geelong, get ready to embark on a truly unforgettable journey as the iconic Shrek Rave makes its way to our beloved city.
The one-of-a-kind immersive experience comes from the all stars at Swamp Rave, a group dedicated to bringing Shrek Rave’s across the globe – and they’ve quite literally taken the world by storm, hosting raves across the UK, US, and other spots like Japan, New Zealand, Bali and Thailand.
Now, the Shrek Rave is making its way down under for the ‘Aussie Swamp Tour’, hitting major cities across the country – including Geelong this August.
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Celebrating the pop-culture phenomenon, the ogre-themed party combines the infectious energy of a rave with the beloved characters and memorable soundtrack of the Shrek film franchise. Attendees can expect a night filled with pulsating beats, ‘cooked Shrek’ visuals, and larger-than-life Shrek-themed decorations that will bring the swamp straight to Geelong. Expect all a Shrek DJ set, the Smash Mouth sing-alongs, rave bangers, ‘Shrek’-themed drink specials and thousands of free green glow sticks.
There will also be a free green glitter bar, a Shrek plushie giveaway, and Shrek themed balloon photowall. As for the drinks, expect Shrek juice, Donkey Drank and Fraquaad Fizz.
Whether you’re a die-hard fan of the Shrek series or simply looking for an extraordinary night out, the Shrek Rave offers something for everyone. Dance the night away alongside Shrek, Donkey, Fiona, and a whole host of fairytale creatures as they come to life in a truly spectacular manner.
Don’t forget to dress up as your favourite Shrek character or wear your most vibrant neon attire to fully immerse yourself in the rave atmosphere – the best outfit will score a $100 voucher!
So mark your calendars, and get ready to let your inner ogre out. It’s all due to go down at The Deck on Saturday 5 August.
This article has been updated to the new date announced as 5 August, with the previous date originally announced as 15 July.