Saturday, 9 March 2019 | 7-11pm Entry via gate B, Great North Rd


MOTAT 1 (Great North Road)
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Please note that 'Prohibition Party' is currently not open to the public.

Prohibition Party

Save the Date! 

MOTAT's Prohibition Party is back for 2019, paying tribute to the immortal era of the roaring twenties!  

So, dig out your glad rags and suspenders, and polish those dancing shoes for what’s sure to be a lively night of glitz, glamour, and entertainment.

Explore MOTAT 1 transformed into an underground precinct of jazz, Charleston dancing, and cocktails, and embrace the extravagance, sophistication, and confidence the decade is renowned for. 

Featuring, cocktail making lessons, live music, poker, and dance lessons, and capture the moment in one of the twenties themed photo booths!

All this and more, so get your tickets now for what’s sure to be a memorable night out.

Please Note: Parking will be available at MOTAT 2 with trams operating to transport guests to the party


Tickets  Terms & Conditions

Entry through Gate B. | Door Sales available. | R18 | Ticketed event | ID is required 

Parking will be available at MOTAT 2 with trams operating to transport guests to the party

Please be advised there may be photography and filming carried out during this event for marketing purposes.


Early Bird  (online Tickets Until 14 February) 

$15 per person

Online (tickets available until 9 March)

 $20 per person 

Door Sales

 $25 per person 

Important Notice

You will notice when you arrive at MOTAT on Saturday evening that part of our Great North Rd site is under construction.

Over the next 6 weeks this central thoroughfare at M1 will be rejuvenated into a beautiful landscaped play area and meeting space.  

The worksite area is currently screened off and contained as we manage the initial process of excavating soil. Traces of Asbestos were noted in the preliminary testing and so we are working carefully with licensed Asbestos Removal Specialists to help us manage this stage of the project.

There is no work being conducted on the site over the weekend – it remains screened and contained - but we wanted you to be aware of the project before you arrive… click here*** to read more about what is happening and all the special safety precautions we have in place, and do let us know if you have any questions.