EMC, LAZYDAZE AND AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM PRESENT

a sunset excursion in sound and taste

  
  
 

EMC, Lazydaze and the Australian National Maritime Museum are excited to present ‘Audamus’ – an exclusive alfresco event hosted on the HMAS Vampire. One of the first all-welded ships built in Australia, HMAS Vampire was constructed at Cockatoo Island Dockyard in the 1950s and today features as a permanent exhibition at the Maritime Museum. The name Audamus comes from the ship’s motto (Latin meaning: ‘Let us be daring’).
A unique sound and culinary experience, Audamus will be held on the helicopter landing pad of the HMAS Vampire set against a stunning Barangaroo backdrop. The relaxed and intimate heli-pad picnic juxtaposes the naval setting. A line-up of well loved NSW artists will perform live ambient/downtempo/electronica accompanied by the food and drinks specially curated by George Woodyard of Sydney small bar BART Jr. Ticket price includes entertainment, sunset arrival drink and a gourmet picnic including food and two glasses of paired natural wine. (Non-alcoholic options available)


WHAT TO EXPECT

 

– Warm and intimate vibe with cosy, relaxed ‘pods’ of four, seated on Turkish rugs with comfortable ottomans and cushions
– Refreshing sunset arrival drink thanks to 78 Degrees gin through Adelaide Hills Distillery (Non-alcoholic beverage options available)
– Dinner hampers for each pod with a delicious tasting menu curated by George Woodyard of Sydney small bar BART Jr., paired with two glasses of natural wines. (Non-alcoholic beverage options available). Additional drinks can be purchased on the night.
– An exciting lineup of respected tastemakers to soundtrack the evening curated by Lazydaze; leading Australian DJ Simon Caldwell, internationally acclaimed Adi Toohey and local favourite Marley Sherman of revered Sydney collective S.A.S.H.
– Sound powered by the stunning state-of-the-art Void Acoustic sound system thanks to Buzz Speaker Hire. Void Acoustics has a global reputation for PAs that make it possible to hear, feel and connect through unforgettable, crystal clear sound.
– Food and beverage will be wait service so guests can tune out while enjoying great music and food, and good times with friends with Sydney’s beautiful harbour as the backdrop!

TICKETS

MUSIC BY

Adi Toohey

Adi Toohey

Artist/DJ
Marley Sherman

Marley Sherman

Artist/DJ
Simon Caldwell

Simon Caldwell

DJ/FBi Radio Host/Founder, Mad Racket

FOOD BY


 
Bart Jr. is a neighbourhood small-bar, opened in 2017 by long time collaborators and business partners George Woodyard and Anne Cooper. Bart’s focus is on good food, good booze and good times, with an ever changing seasonal menu, delicious cocktails and an all Australian, minimal intervention wine list. Bart is focussed on the Redfern Community, having lived and worked in the area for over 10 years, we are passionate about creating connections and providing a place for our neighbourhood locals.

George Woodyard is a self-taught chef and passionate food enthusiast, starting her first hospitality business Scouts Honour in 2014. Other endeavours include Morris Cafe in Paddington (2017), Southside Charmers (2019) and the longtime love child Bart Jr. (2017). Awarded the ‘TimeOut Bar Awards’ Best Food category winner in 2017.


COVID SAFE INFO

  • AUDAMUS is a COVID safe event. 
  • All guests will be required to register through the Maritime Museum’s COVID Safe System i.e QR registration upon arrival.
  • All staff, visitors and guests are asked to exclude themselves from the event should they have any flu like symptoms.
  • Should any ‘hotspots’ arise at the time of the event, guests attending from these hotspots, will be asked not to attend.
  • The venue will have physical distancing markers on the floor, particularly in areas where people are asked to queue, to reduce crowding.
  • All Venue staff have undertaken online COVID-19 specific training
  • Hand sanitiser stations will be available on entrance to the venue and within the event space.
  • Further Covid 19 safety information can be accessed here: https://www.sea.museum/covid-19-update/covid-19-information-for-visitors

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