Performance Long Weekend at MONA

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A whole lotta funk, soul and sound is coming to MONA for the long weekend, so make sure to stop on by Hobart from Sunday March 10 to Monday March 11 for performances from two huge international acts!

American singer-songwriter Cat Power will kick off the MONA weekend spectacular with her signature breathy vocals and heart-rending lyrics, launching into songs from her latest album, Sun.

Cat Power (real name Chan Marshall) begun her career in the grungy haze of the mid nineties, with her debut album, Dear Sir.

The Atlanta-born musician has gone on to release nine albums since 1995, featuring singles such as The Greatest, Lived in Bars, Cross Bones Style, He War and Cherokee.

Don't miss out on Cat Power's enigmatic performance at MONA, with this show her only Tasmanian appearance!

Cat Power will appear at MONA on Sunday March 10 from 15:00, with tickets for adults $50 and concession $40.

Legendary performer George Clinton will be ready to shake the house along with his groovin' group Parliament Funkadelic on Monday March 11.

The man labelled the 'Godfather of Funk' is responsible for iconic hits such as Atomic Dog, Nubian Nut and Do Fries Go with that Shake?, and is also a notable music producer working on albums for the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Bootsy Collins.

George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic are cited to be one of the innovators of funk music alongside other legendary acts such as James Brown and Sly Stone, with the group's efforts recognised in 1997 when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Clinton will be joined by his "22-piece psychedelic circus" for an out-of-this-world performance that will have MONA grooving all afternoon.

Catch George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic on Monday March 11 from 15:00, with adults $60 and concession $50.

You can witness both Cat Power and George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic for $85 – grab these hot tickets from the MONA website!

Cat Power Banner - performance at MONA

The amazing Kat Power performing at MONA - Image Credit:- Stefano Giovannini (SPIN)

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