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EDUCATE: Yourself on Dark Mofo.

After two years of Covid cancellations, our little crew is finally heading to Dark Mofo (touch wood) for a weekend of weird and wonderful festivities, and it’s safe to say we’re just a bit excited. As one of the world’s most avant-garde and provocative cultural events, the music and arts festival follows centuries-old winter solstice rituals, with this year’s theme being ‘rebirth, reincarnation and new life’. To celebrate our upcoming adventure, we thought we’d put together a guide for week two (the festival’s peak) outlining some of the key events. We hope to run into you there!

1. Night Mass: Transcendence
Dark Mofo’s late night celestial rave is back. Be transported beyond the physical realm to Planet X, where Her Divine Holiness Pope Alice will be granting blessings to us humble earthlings before heralding a line-up of cosmic DJs and interstellar artists. It’s Dark Mofo at its most outrageous, and we couldn’t be more excited.
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2. Winter Feast
Set on the Salamanca waterfront in the Princes Wharf, The Winter Feast is a sumptuous banquet playing host to over 50 food stalls and a bevy of live music and performance art. Devour Bruny Island oysters, 48h fermented sourdough waffles and just about everything in between. This year, there’ll also be the recreation of Saturnalia, an ancient roman ritual involving suckling pig and copious wine.
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3. Angel’s Lament
Allow the iridescent sounds of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra to wash over you at Angel’s Lament, a performance centred on Arvo Pärt’s Symphony No.4 which speaks to the power of the human spirit. Featuring harp, strings and percussion, the piece extends a hand in solidarity to those affected by politically corrupt action.
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4. Perfume Genius
A queer icon of American indie music, Perfume Genius is known for his raw sensitivity and innate storytelling ability. Pairing confessional piano ballads with triumphant glam rock tracks, the artist has cemented himself as one of the most important alternative music acts of the last 20 years. Prepare to be mesmerised.
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5. Borderlands
With four sessions taking place across the weekend, Borderlands is an electronic music microfestival incorporating some of Dark Mofo’s headline acts. We’re going to Borderlands III, a sonic playground of ocean resonance, ethereal mantras and guitar drones, where “macro-physical sound dreams abound”.
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6. Kim Gordon
The legendary founding member of American pop-punk band Sonic Youth, as well as an actor, writer and visual artist, Kim Gordon is something of a force to be reckoned with. Her band will be performing songs from her debut solo album ‘No Home Record’, which resists formula in favour of emotion, experimentation and texture.
Find out more here.