This year, give the gift that keeps on giving with a Fever gift card.
Struggling to find a last-minute gift for your favorite Melburnian?
Fever—the up-and-coming events discovery platform in Australia and around the world—is offering a priceless gift this year: the gift of experience.
Instead of spending hours in stores umming and ahhing over whether they’ve got that book, jumper or necklace, or hours on the internet in search of the perfect pressie, you can hop across to Fever and pick up the gift of a new and unique experience—one that has just landed in Melbourne.
Fever’s Concerts by Candlelight invite everyone to relive the greatest works of classical music, from Vivaldi to Mozart to Bach, in an intimate atmosphere. And after having enormous success around the world—in cities like Paris and New York—the experience has made its way to Melbourne! With countless flickering candles illuminating each unique space, the Melbourne Candlelight concerts will present a collection of classical music over the course of 65 mesmerising minutes.
The Timber Yard in Port Melbourne will host two series of open-air Candlelight concerts from mid-to-late January. First, the Venezia Ensemble will take to the stage to play Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’ before Invictus Quartet perform a selection of Tchaikovsky classics like ‘Swan Lake’ and the ‘Nutcracker’.
Material gifts might not last the test of time but memories of magical night will last forever and there are none that match the intensity of a masterful candlelit performance. To ensure an enchanting evening a Candlelight gift card provides the right mix of choice, charm, and convenience.
Once you purchase the gift card, Fever will send you an email with a voucher code. These can then be printed out or forwarded to the chosen person you’re gifting it to. From there, they’ll add the code into their Fever app, and voilà! They now have access to some of Melbourne’s newest and most exciting experiences and the gift card can be used on any of the Candlelight events on the app until the credit runs out.