Ben & Jerry’s Sundae Sessions – GIVEAWAY!

Our favorite fellas, Ben & Jerry, are launching ‘Sundae Sessions’! Ben & Jerry’s has joined with Tunes for Change to bring some of the country’s best bands together, to raise awareness and money for charity.
Opening night will see Kisschasy, Hungry Kids of Hungary, and Glass Towers take to the stage in Brisbane. All funds raised on this launch evening will benefit Animals Australia. Plus – you’ll be able to nosh on some Ben & Jerry’s ice cream!
Sunday, October 23 (the Openair Cinema season runs from October 23 – 13 November)
4pm
Cultural Forecourt, South Bank.
Now – here’s the really cool news. The good people at Openair Cinemas are offering five lucky EatDrinkBrisbane readers a double pass!
So, what do I get?
These tickets will give you access to the Openair Cinema in Brisbane for any night, excluding the launch this Sunday.
If you miss out on this giveaway, you can still purchase tickets online.

And I have to do WHAT?

1. Leave a comment on this post with:

a) Your name, email address, and postal address (don’t worry, I won’t publish your postal address).

b) The name of your favourite ice cream flava flav.

c) Something about EatDrinkBrisbane. It could be feedback about the site; it could be you telling me why you read the site; it could be a blatant compliment. Any of these will do. If you leave a mean comment, I will probably cry. So no mean comments.

 

How long do I have?

You have until 5pm Australian EST on Friday, October 21 2011 to leave a comment and enter the draw. Only one entry per person!

 

Good luck!!

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer

Five double passes were donated to EatDrinkBrisbane, so that we could run a giveaway for our lovely readers. Winners will be notified after the competition close date via email. Tickets will then be sent in the postal email to winners; things like postal strikes, slow mail days, etc. are out of our control so while we hope the tickets will get to you quickly, we obviously can’t guarantee it. We are not God. Sadly.

7 Responses

  1. Alexandra K says:

    A) Alexandra K.

    B) Mint choc chip AND cookies n cream…my hips love it!

    C) I started reading your website after a recommendation from a friend, now I’m riding solo and reading it on my own! Plus I love to eat and eat to live! Oh and I’m a brisbanenite.

  2. Vee Halilovic says:

    b) currently obsessed with Maggie Beer’s burnt fig, honeycomb and caramel ice cream

    c) I have to admit I haven’t been to the blog for a while, so it’s good to see I have a few things to catch up on, especially now I’m no longer a student on a shoestring budget. Also wondering, have you checked out Wagaya in Chinatown yet? Because you should. You really should. 🙂 Otherwise, keep up the great work!!

    Vee.

    • ally says:

      Yum…Miss Maggie sure knows what she’s doing in the kitchen, am I right?

      No hard feelings 🙂 Glad you’re back reading!

  3. Matthew says:

    b) Definitely chocolate chip cookie dough… or mexican chocolate, or peppermint chocolate chip! Gah! The first one, they’re all excellent! 😉

    c)I really like that you seem quite unpretentious, and I’ve noticed that there’s a lot of info here that I don’t hear about elsewhere.. things I’d usually miss that you’ve condensed into a quick, easy to read post.. So thanks!

    Matt

  4. Therese P says:

    My first B&J was in Alexandria, DC earlier this year, a chunky monkey I think it was. Sometimes I go to the movies just so I can have an icecream, but frankly the quality and availabilitu of my favourite vanilla choc top WITH NUTS is fading BRING THAT BACK so the outdoor B&J cinema could be perfect for me. Sometimes I read eatdrinkbrisbane cos this Icecream sucking cinema tragic frustrated foodie needs a life!

  5. Cristal D says:

    b)I love Jamoca Almond Fudge from Baskin and Robins. The perfect combination of flavors for me.

    c) I discovered your site last year and like to check in once a month. I mostly use your blog to keep up to date with great places to eat in Brisbane and what’s happening in the world of food.

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