The Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) will hold its upcoming Welcome Event at an outdoor foodie playground that showcases the very best of Melbourne’s diverse food and drink scene.
AIME Neon Carnival at Grazeland will be held on February 19 with an extensive array of bars and food stalls featuring the flavours of Melbourne’s multicultural population.
“We are so excited to offer this colourful foodie haven for the business events industry to network, dance and have fun,” said AIME event director Silke Calder.
“Embrace the different, feel uplifted and find your event inspiration at AIME’s Neon Carnival.
“While we are keeping some details under wraps, I can guarantee there will be food, drinks, dancing and a few surprises for those who stay till the end. Watch this space!”
Grazeland director John Forman says the way food brings people together can be a powerful networking or team-building tool.
“Food is at the heart of so many cultures, which is why food-driven events are the perfect setting for building connections while having fun,” he said.
“Grazeland’s multitude of stalls means we can customise menus for all needs, so every function can be as unique as this one. I cannot wait for AIME delegates to sink their teeth into the Grazeland experience this February.”
The theme AIME Neon Carnival was inspired by event producers Cirkus Bizurkus and its creative director Fernando Barraza and marks the entertainment agency’s Melbourne event debut.
“With a focus on interactive live entertainment, clever cool food and out of the box drinks, I am sure attendees will be inspired and uplifted at AIME’s very own Neon Carnival Extravaganza,” Barraza said.
“Have your camera handy and put on your dancing shoes – our musical acts will feature a world-first performance and sounds that will get you on your feet. This is a Welcome Event full of vibrant characters and photo moments, but most of all, fun.”