Mofo Sessions

Launceston: 22 January

Ticketed event
Fully accessible

LAUN

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

Saturday 22 January, doors 5pm

$57 / $47
Tickets
COVID 19 Information

Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor
Masks required: Yes
TasGov COVID Safe capacity: 2100
Mona Foma capacity: 1000

Mo'Ju

9.30pm

One of Australia’s most exciting and adored new singer-songwriters brings their deep, intimate explorations of family, identity, and vulnerability to the stage, where they offer up ‘music as an antidote to sadness.’

Gwenno

8.15pm

Welsh-Cornish musician Gwenno returns to Australia—this time performing an intimate electronic solo set of Cornish and Welsh-language songs.

Christopher Coleman and the Great Escape

A moodily-lit man's face. He's wearing a dark, luxuriously-textured scarf and looking at someone just past you, on his way to a smile. She-oak fronds hang behind him.

7pm

A sizeable ensemble featuring some of Australia and Tassie’s elite musical talents in what Christopher calls ‘a Springsteen-esque Australiana rock thing nodding at The Go-Betweens, Midnight Oil and Paul Kelly.’ Sounds good.

Jason Whatley Quartet

A Monk Tribute

6pm

Launceston-local and jazz-rock savant Jason Whatley presents a tribute to the incomparable genius of Thelonious Monk.

Major partners

Museum of Old and New ArtEvents TasmaniaTourism TasmaniaQANTASCity of LauncestonDestination Southern TasmaniaVisit Northern TasmaniaRISE FundClarence City CouncilLawrenny Distillery

Media partners

The MercuryThe ExaminerTriple M