Welcome to The Glitterati: Geelong Arts Centre’s new membership program

by | Apr 12, 2024

Designed to elevate the entertainment experience by adding an extra spark when visiting Geelong Arts Centre, The Glitterati membership packages welcomes entertainment seekers to the show within the show with a host of insider benefits that ensures members stand out from the crowd.

The Glitterati Silver membership connects members with their arts centre through a range of special perks, with advance access to Geelong Arts Centre performances, discounts and little member moments each and every time they step through the gold doors.

For those seeking the deluxe VIP experience, the Glitterati Platinum membership invites arts lovers to enjoy exclusive access to pre-show Glitterati Parties, networking opportunities, unparalleled access to visiting artists and premium seating across the entire season lineup.

Following the recent $140 million redevelopment, the Glitterati membership invites visitors to connect with the new arts centre and be part of the next chapter of Geelong Arts Centre’s glittering future.

For more information on how to join The Glitterati and explore the full range of benefits on offer, visit geelongartscentre.org.au/subscriptions-memberships/

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