2 December 2014

Secure your tickets to Flip Out in the City!

| Canfan
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Grab your children, grandchildren, parents, and grandparents for a flipping good time this Christmas Season as the Flip Out craze makes its way into the City centre.

Tickets for the event are on sale today, Friday 14 November, at the wallet friendly price of $10 for 20 minutes of springy fun.

Flip Out in the City will run from Friday 28 November till Boxing Day (closed on Christmas Day) with back-to-back sessions from 9.00am to midnight.

Located in Civic Square the Flip Out craze is setting up trampolines outdoors for the very first time which are capable of holding 35 bouncers at any one session.

“2014 Christmas in the City is shaping up to be the best year yet” said Jane Easthope, CEO of Canberra CBD Limited. “We’re so excited to have Flip Out on board, and anticipate that tickets will sell quickly!”

The opening of Flip Out in the City coincides with the beginning of the SIDS & Kids Christmas Lights in the City, which aims to break the Guinness World Record for the Largest LED Image Display in the World whilst raising further funds for SIDS & Kids ACT. Imagine bouncing away in the magical glow of Christmas lights whilst listening to cool music after dark.

Flip Out in the City is only one of many events to be rolled out in the City in the lead up to Christmas. In the coming week the City will come alive with music and entertainment including camel rides and Christmas markets.

To purchase tickets patrons will need to contact Flip Out on 6260 1991.

For more information about Christmas in the City visit www.inthecitycanberra.com.au

(In The City Canberra Media Release)

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