Press Release


May the Fourth be with you!

Goulburn NSW -

Prepare your lightsabers and get ready to feel the force at Pictures and Popcorn – May the Fourth. The second instalment of Goulburn’s favourite event for 2018 will take over Veolia Arena on Friday 4 May with all things Star Wars.

The chosen one - Star Wars: The Force Awakens - will be the feature of the night. Displayed across the giant movie screen which can be enjoyed in comfort – indoors at Veolia Arena.

The Kids Zone will have a huge line up of all FREE activities. You can run around at lightspeed in a free game of Laser Tag. Those aged 10 years and over can train to be the next Jedi Warrior with the Son’s of Obiwan Saber Academy or battle it out with the latest Star Wars video games in the Mobile Gaming Van. The Star Wars: The Force Awakens themed Jumping Castle will keep the little rebels busy.

Live music from the Goulburn Concert Band will feature an assortment of Star Wars themed tunes. Guest appearances from popular Star Wars characters are sure to entertain. Come dressed as your favourite character and enter into the best dressed competition or be transformed with free face painting.

‘May the forks be with you’ on Pictures and Popcorn Eat Street. With enough food to feed a family of Wookiee’s, including a range of cuisines from Indian, Russian, Asian, pizza and gozleme to burgers, chips on a stick, coffee and sweet treats and so much more, you may even find some Yoda Soda.

It wouldn’t be Pictures and Popcorn without the Popcorn! And the Pictures and Popcorn Candy Bar has got you covered with loads of Popcorn, drinks and sweet treats to keep you from turning to the dark side.

To keep up to date with everything happening at Pictures and Popcorn - May the Fourth visit the Goulburn Australia Facebook Page


When: Friday 4 May 2018, from 4pm
Where: Veolia Arena, 47 Braidwood Road, Goulburn
Admission: FREE


Contact Details

MEDIA INTERVIEWS: Please contact Goulburn Mulwaree Council’s Events Officer, Angela Remington on 02 4823 4502.

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