It may look like an ordinary carpark now, but on Halloween the concrete space off McNamara Lane will be transformed into an open air cinema, complete with food trucks and an inflatable screen.
The family-friendly, open-air film event has been aptly dubbed 'Blood Orange' by Orange Open Air (OOA) - a newly formed arts and events committee. The spooky screening of a Halloween classic on Saturday, October 31, will be the organisation's very first event.
And as a Halloween event, it should go without saying that dressing up is encouraged - with prizes for best dressed up for grabs.
OOA president Bec Janek said the actual film being shown will be a surprise until the night, but promised it will be a "popular family-friendly" flick that epitomises the fun of Halloween.
"With so few events on at the moment, we wanted to find a way to offer something safe and entertaining that also gave us an opportunity to introduce our organisation to other Orange residents," Ms Janek said.
"This first event is a great introduction to how events, entertainment and the arts can be enjoyed through Orange Open Air," she added.
"We want to create unique events in unique spaces that showcased Orange's dynamic versatility and our love of the great outdoors."
Blood Orange will begin at 7pm on Saturday, October 31, in McNamara Lane carpark (next to Hive). Meals and refreshments will be available with local street food vans, and a signature Blood Orange ice-cream from Spilt Milk.
Orange Open Air is planning to host a collection of cultural and wellbeing events across the Central West in the coming months, with a desire to incorporate open spaces and nature as the weather heats up.
With an equally atmospheric wet weather venue in place, the OOA team is confident the night will be an experience no-one - young or old - will forget.
Tickets are limited and family packages are available with a trick or treat bucket on offer too.
To book tickets, visit https://events.humanitix.com/blood-orange.
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