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AIME 2018 Welcome Event

Buyers, exhibitors and media flocked to the Ormond Collective – the latest Melbourne venue to come under The Big Group portfolio – as AIME hosted its Welcome Event. The Victorian-style heritage building has always housed an institution down throught the decades, but now the property on St Kilda Road is finding a new lease of life as a unique venue.

Decor and an array of performers were added to the venue’s main areas: courtyard with pavilion; art deco-style hall and wood-panelled bar – with each seeing fabulous performances from acts arranged by Solution Entertainment.

Performances included Anna Lumb’s bottle walk and hula hoops, aerial acrobatics, Horns of Leroy jazz – and the burger wall.

Submitted on 28 Feb 2018
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