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Michael Pollan - How To Change Your Mind [Virtual Event]

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About the Tour

Join immersive journalist, psychonaut and bestselling author Michael Pollan, for an evening that will change the way you see food, drugs, and how the human and natural worlds intersect.

  • Uncover the surprising history of our food, as well as the complex and concerning systems we use to get from farm to table.
  • Explore the future of drug use in our society, where psychedelics move past festivals and warehouse parties into medicines to treat depression, addiction, PTSD and beyond.
  • And re-think our relationship with nature as Michael shows you the rhythms of our everyday engagement with the outdoors in all its glory and exasperation.

Don’t miss this chance to see Michael Pollan live on-stage in a city near you - book your tickets today!

Who is Michael Pollan?

For more than thirty years, Michael has been writing books and articles about the places where the human and natural worlds intersect: on our plates, in our farms and gardens, and in our minds.

He’s been a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine since 1987, was among Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world in 2010, has authored numerous bestselling books.

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Ticket Pricing

Please note that pricing excludes booking fees.

  • General Admission - $49

Virtual Event Tickets

Our Virtual Event will be a high-production livestream of the Melbourne event, complete with:

  • Views from the show’s studio cameras (so you’ll always have the best view),
  • The comfort of watching the show however and wherever you want, and
  • Access to watch the show again for 24 hours after the event.

Event Schedule

  • Fireside Chat: 7:00PM
  • Audience Q&A Session: 8:00PM

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