RSPCA Cat Film Festival - Tickets

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It’s back! The feline social event of the kitty cat calendar, the RSPCA Cat Film Festival, is purring into Glebe Foreshore with a night of fur ball frivolity on Sunday 4th October. Gates open at 6pm for 8pm kickoff. We’ve sourced internet cat video catnip from around the globe to share with you under the stars.

Other cat-tastic features of the night include the Golden Whiskers Award, Cattoo Purrlour, The Kitten Cuddle Cube – where you can adopt a frisky feline for life, face painting and food trucks. Come dressed as your favourite kitty to win.

Tickets sell out in the blink of an eye, so make sure you book meow!
 

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This event also has a serious message.

We would love you to support the desexing of neglected kittens and stop the cycle of cruelty.

Once you’ve purchased tickets, a personal fundraising page is setup on your behalf.

You can share your page with your friends and your community.

Choose your own fundraising goal, and ask your friends to help you reach it. See how your friends react. You can make an impact in real time!

We hope that you will use it to ask your friends and family to donate to help pay for the desexing operation for over 5,000 kittens this summer. For every desexing you fund, we’ll send you a pair of balls!

Please help end the cycle of cat cruelty today.

If you just wish to support this cause and don't have a friend who is fundraising, you could still donate. Here is how -> 

Frequently Asked Questions

Question:

What is the Cat Film Festival?

Answer:

The Cat Film Festival will showcase the best in internet cat videos from around the world in an open air pop up cinema on the Glebe Foreshore. This event will offer a unique experience for real and virtual cat lovers to pack a picnic and come along to see the finest feline filmography since the first cat who placed his face through a piece of bread.

Question:

Where and when is the Cat Film Festival?

Answer:

The event is held on Sunday 4th October at Bicentennial Park, Glebe Foreshore, Glebe. Gates open at 6pm and the show will conclude at approx 10pm. There will be live entertainment, food trucks and cat related mayhem. Please refrain from bringing any actual cats but you can certainly dress like one :)

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Ticket and Event Information

Tickets

Cat's Meow Club (VIP area)
Our premium seating area offers the best of both worlds for patrons who are lucky enough to snag a ticket. This exclusive area features luxurious beanbags, classic movie treats and, of course, the best seats in the house. Please note, the venue does not hold a liquor license, so we will not be serving alcohol.

Cost: $55 per ticket - 4 years and up.

General Admission
This is the lawn seating where you can create your own cat haven for the evening.

Cost: $15 Child (4-16), $25 Adult (17+), $65 Family (two kids, two adults). Kids under four are free!

Event information

When: 6pm – 10pm, Gates open 6pm, Screening starts 8pm
Where: Bicentennial Park, Glebe Foreshore, Sydney

Feel free to bring a picnic or partake in some of the food truck delights.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about the event please contact the Events Department:

Phone: 02 9782 4494

Email: events@rspcansw.org.au

About RSPCA NSW

The RSPCA (The Royal Society For The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is the voice for the animals of Australia. We receive less than 2% of our funding from the government and rely almost entirely on the goodwill of our loyal supporters and like-minded members of the community. Our mission is to prevent cruelty of animals by actively promoting their care and protection.

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