Hob tub cinema part of Queenstown festival
New Zealand's first lakeside hot tub cinema kicks off for one day only on Saturday as part of Queenstown Winter Festival - and The Southland Times readers can win limited tub space.
The DB Export Hot Tub Sessions involves 10 hot tubs with massage jets cranked up to 40 degrees Celsius, tub- side bar service and three classic Kiwi films.
Hot tubbers will be kitted out with beanies to keep their heads warm and robes for when they get out, and heaters will keep their non-hot-tubbing friends warm.
To secure one of the highly sought after spaces, see the DB Export Facebook page.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
What: The World's Fastest Indian screens at 2pm, Eagle Vs. Shark at 6pm, and Footrot Flats: A Dog's Tale screens at 4.15pm (Hot tubs are already taken for 4.15pm session).
Where: Queenstown Bay waterfront.
A session for yourself and three to four mates at the 2pm screening. Email firstname.lastname@example.org before 2pm on Friday, with HOT TUB in the subject line. Include a phone number and you'll be in the draw. The winner, and their friends must have proof of being over 18 to claim the prize. The winner will be informed shortly after 2pm.
- The Southland Times
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