Live on Stage with 'The Dawn Wall'
- Sunday, 28 Jul 2019 - 3PM
Come and spend an evening with two of the world's best climbers live on stage in their first Australian tour.
This is an opportunity to see Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson up close and personal sharing stories of their journey they spanned years to achieve what many thought was impossible, the world's hardest rock climb: The Dawn Wall.
This is a rare opportunity to see Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson on stage together - not just two of the world's best climbers, but two of the world's best athletes and inspirational speakers. They have experience speaking on the world's greatest stages including TEDx and will be bringing that same experience to you!
Bringing you the world's top climbers deserves the best venues and full experience. Get to the Hall early to be a part of the Climbing Expo at each event with adventure experiences, travel, and gear store pop-ups. Then hear Tommy and Kevin share their inspiring stories and insights. Relive the critically acclaimed film 'The Dawn Wall' on the big screen with Tommy and Kevin providing added commentary. Then a rare chance for a hosted Q&A with Tommy and Kevin that will take you behind the scenes and into their minds.
There will be opportunities to meet and greet, book signings and more at what will be the climbing event of the year in Perth! Don't miss out!
VIP Experience - Strictly limited
- Premium Venue Seating
- Seperate small group meet and greet
- One on one photo with Tommy and Kevin
- Signed copy of Tommy Caldwell's book 'The Push'
- Signed copy of 'The Dawn Wall' DVD
- 12 months subscription to The Garage (The world's most comprehensive adventure sports film and TV library)
- A chance to win an intimate climbing session with Tommy in Sydney
**Further details will be emailed directly by the promoter prior to the event date.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
A 'Grab and Go' menu will be available pre-show at this event - Click here to view
Presented by Adventure Entertainment
Tour partners: Patagonia, Edelrid Australia, La Sportiva, Sterling Rope, Expedition Equipment, Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes California, Vertical Life Magazine, Scotty Dog Resoles, Survival Emergency Solutions, Kinesys, Victorinox, Adventures, Summit Climbing Walls, Mainpeak Australia
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