Painting pretty pictures while drinking alcohol is almost always a good idea. But, if you add some glow-in-the-dark action, a splash of neon face paint, and a hit of ultraviolet lighting, it may all suddenly escalate to the next level. Neon Nights is the realization of this particular dream, with famous Sydney painters and sippers Pinot and Picasso launching a special Vivid series, just in time for our city’s rainbow lights festival.
Starting Saturday May 28th and running through Saturday June 18th, Neon Nights will immerse Pinot and Picasso’s Surry Hills studio in nightly fun for all those who enjoy a little sparkle when it comes to their artistic practice. These three-hour sessions come with three different theme options, including van glow – a tribute to the king of starry nights, fresh kicks – 90’s music, sneaker extravaganza and Move the skeleton – a disco-themed night of painting a glowing disco ball, with everything set to an equally glowing ’80s backing track.
It should be noted that in addition to providing glassware, Pinot and Picasso are BYO food and drink, and tickets will set you back $69, so bring all the nutrition you need to keep your fingers artistic. If you want to get in on the action and welcome Vivid in a way that beats the crowds but keeps you swimming in the bright light after dark, then click here to grab (and your neon-loving friends) one ticket.