May
31
2013

Chock-a-block DARK Mofo program out!

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Dark MOFO is sure to be a ripper this winter, so make sure you don't miss out on the festival's first ever circuit!

Celebrate all that is wonderful about the new season with light, noise, large-scale public art and of course food, with Dark MOFO sure to offer something that moves your senses, whether it be sight, sound, taste, touch or smell.

You can start planning which exhibitions, music performances and light displays you see at the festival, with the full Dark MOFO program available for download!

Make sure to get in quick with your ticket purchases, with Martha Wainwright's June 13 show already sold out.

If you're planning on making a visit down to Tasmania, then June is the time to do it, with the astounding Ryoji Ikeda spectra to illuminate the Hobart sky above the domain from June 14.

A "tower of pure, white light" reaching fifteen kilometres into the sky will be set up from June 14 to the end of the festival on June 23. The base of the tower consists of 49 custom-made Xenon searchlights set into the ground in a seven-by-seven grid, emitting a light that is sure to stop many Tasmanian night walkers in their tracks.

If you love the Walt Disney classic Fantasia, then head on down to the Derwent Entertainment Centre on June 15, with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra to play live alongside a fourteen-metre cinema screen to project the larger-than-life film.

Australian electronic music duo The Presets are also set to take the stage at Dark MOFO, promising a huge night of music and fun with a major light show, as well as support from Hermitude and DZ Deathrays.

Download your own copy of the Dark MOFO program or visit the website for more ticketing details!

Download the DARK Mofo Festival program

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