Mar
23
2012

Kelly’s Steps Second Landing Party

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Hobart's many laneways have a reputation for chance encounters, stolen kisses and impromptu meet ups with friends.

And for one night only the hidden nooks and crannies that have come to define Salamanca precinct will turn into a celebration of the city's misspent youth, with the Kelly's Steps Second Landing Party.

Undercover performers, musicians and dramatists will be on hand for the night to turn small spaces into cultural hubs.

Prepare to be wowed by the local musicians, dramatists and dancers that will be lining the streets from 18.00 to 23.00 and creating a carnival atmosphere.

Whether you enjoy tapping your feet to the rhythm of Bluegrass classics or have a hidden penchant for 70s punk, you will be sure to find something that makes you feel as if you are reliving your teenage years.

You can feast your eyes on this spectacular event by wandering through the Peacock Theatre – it will be donning a psychedelic theme for the evening – and prepare for an explosion of sound and colour in this small but beloved laneway.

After you have caught up with friends and swayed your hips to the disco beats, you might want to grab a refreshing drink at Kelly's Garden bar.

Just make sure that you are heading out with a group of friends in order to make the most of the carnival atmosphere.

Organisers are hoping that guests will take advantage of this intimate event and walk away feeling happily confused, laughing the night away.

It is also a great way to meet new people and introduce friends to the cultural underbelly of Tasmania.

Kelly's Steps Second Landing Party is free to all visitors on March 30 2012 at Salamanca Place, Hobart. There is disability access for those who require this service, but it is best to check with organisers about the best entry points.

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