Mofo Sessions

nipaluna / Hobart: 29 January

Ticketed event
Fully accessible

HOB

A casual summery showcase for a wide range of musicians and performers. Watch and listen. Eat and drink. Dance.

Saturday 29 January, doors 5pm

$57 / $47
Tickets
COVID 19 Information

Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor
Masks required: Yes
Pre-COVID capacity: 3000
TasGov COVID Safe capacity: 1500
Mona Foma capacity: 1000

Gwenno

Bait with live score

9.30pm

A Cornish fishing community struggles with the transformative effect of interloping holidaymakers... We're presenting Bait—shot in black and white on 16mm film—with a live score by Cornish-Welsh musician Gwenno Saunders, joined by Australian experimental musician Sia Ahmad.

The Necks

8.15pm

Think you’ve seen them before? No you haven’t. Australia’s favourite ‘artists-in-resonance’ return to mesmerise with their unique flavour of total improvisation.

Jay Jarome, Sabine Bester + The When Water Falls Ensemble

When Water Falls

7.15pm

A funky, soulful and uplifting song-cycle about water (with a side-order of visuals). Rain, rivers, floods: the power and potential of H2O are the stars of the show.

Prospectus Saxophone Quartet

Saxophone Special

6pm

Saxophone quartet led by ex-New Yorker Phillip Johnston—featuring Tasmanians Danny Healy, Spike Mason and Tristan Meffre—play a suite of tunes by Steve Lacy (originally released as Saxophone Special), plus a handful of other Lacy works and originals of Phillip’s own. Plenty of saxophone, plenty of special.