THE STORM
Dark Mofo
10   —   21 June
2016
Hobart
Eddy Current Suppression Ring RBMA Boiler Room Guardian Masterclass The Cloud Dark Ocean Heart Of Darkness Rivers and Streams Supersymmetry Lustmord Nude Solstice Swim Hal'cyon Tasdance Big Cheese Ogoh-Ogoh Brain Storm Night Garden Dark Mofo Films Neither here nor there Divination House of Mirrors Dhārani The Labyrinth Ben Salter Made of holes Thunderhead A Galaxy of Suns The Bacchae The Funeral Party Symphony No.3 Blackbox Ephemera Live Supercodex Itchy-o Super Symmetry Ephemera Live Dark Park Blacklist Hymns to the dead Anemographs Event For A Stage Field Lines Winter Feast Zhu Chelsea Wolfe Tempest Our Time Asylum [ Entry By Mirror Only]
Week one Wednesday 8 — Tuesday 14 June
Plastic Histories RBMA Boiler Room Dhārani Dark Park Ben Salter Songs of the Black arm band Brainstorm Big Cheese Dark Ocean Dark Mofo Films Made of holes Black List Entry By Mirror Only Mike Parr Asylum Tempest Lustmord Supercodex Zhu Submarine Selects Field Lines


Field Lines

Cameron
Robbins

 

Opening Saturday 11 June, 4 – 8pm (Free)
Wednesday 18 May – Monday 29 August
Wednesday – Monday, 10am – 5pm

Mona

 

Read more

 

Free for Tasmanians and under 18s
$25 Adult, $20 Concession


Dark Mofo Films

 

Friday 3 – Sunday 19 June

Cinemona + State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Mustang

 

Friday 3 June, 9pm

Saturday 11 June, 3.30pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Made of Holes

Lucy Irvine

 

Opening Wednesday 8 June, 6pm
Saturday 4 + Sunday 5, Wednesday 8 – Sunday 26 June, 11am – 5pm

The Barn at Rosny Farm

 

Free

 


High-Rise

 

Saturday 4 June, Saturday 18 June, 9pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Fire at Sea

 

Sunday 5 June, 6pm

Sunday 12 June, 3.30pm

Friday 17 June, 3.30pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Mediterranea

 

Tuesday 7 June, 9pm

Wednesday 15 June, 6pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Baskin

 

Wednesday 8 June, 6pm

Monday 13 June, 6pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Asylum [Entry by Mirror Only]

Mike Parr

 

Performance + Exhibition:
Open 72 hours from noon Thursday 9 June
until noon Sunday 12 June
Entry by mirror only (bookings recommended)

Exhibition only:
Sunday 12 + Monday 13 June, noon – 4pm
Friday 17, Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June, noon – 7pm
Entry by mirror only (no booking required, entry subject to capacity)

Willow Court, New Norfolk

 

Registrations open now

 


Aaaaaaaah!

 

Thursday 9 June, 6pm

Sunday 12 June, 9pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Our Time

United Visual
Artists

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Bodystorm

Grupo EmpreZa

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


ZHU

+ Oscar Key Sung
+ Kučka
+ Bronze Savage
+ Nite Fleit
+ Zero Percent

 

Friday 10 June, 7.30pm

MAC2

$69/$79 + Booking Fee

 


Anemographs

Cameron
Robbins

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Dark Park

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Plastic Histories

Cigdem Aydemir

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 19 June

Various locations

 

Free

 


So Steadily Breathes the Skin

Aesop

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Friday 17 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 


Tempest

 

Opening Friday 10 June, 5 – 10pm
Saturday 11 – Monday 13 June, 10am – 4pm
Continues Tuesday – Sunday
until Sunday 20 November, 10am – 4pm

TMAG

 

Free

 


The Cloud

Patrick
Hall

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


A Galaxy of Suns

Michaela Gleave
+ Tasmanian
Symphony
Orchestra
Chorus

 

Friday 10 + Saturday 11 June, 5pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


A Galaxy of Suns

Michaela Gleave

 

Friday 10 – Tuesday 21 June

Various sites around Tasmania

Free

 

Download the app


Fear Eats the Soul

Michaela Gleave

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


House of Mirrors

Christian Wagstaff
+ Keith Courtney

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Re-opening Friday 24 June, 5 – 9pm
Continues until 10 July, noon – 5pm (closed Tuesdays; open till 7pm Fridays)

Dark Park

 

 

Door sales $10


The
Labyrinth

Mayonaize

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

 

Door sales $10


THUNDERHEAD

Tina Havelock
Stevens

 

Performance: Friday 10 + Saturday 11 June, 6 – 8pm

Film: Friday 10 – Sunday 12 June, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


The Greasy Strangler

 

Friday 10 June, 9pm

Tuesday 14 June, 9pm

Sunday 19 June, 6pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Brainstorm

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Centre for the Arts

 

Free

 


Big Cheese

Stephen Birch
Alex Gawronski
Sean Kerr
Petra Maitz
Daniel McKewen
Jelena Telecki
Justene Williams

 

Opening Thursday 9 June, 6pm
Friday 10 June – Tuesday 21 June, 12 – 5pm
Continues Wednesday – Sunday until 17 July, 12 – 5pm

Contemporary Art Tasmania

 

Free

 


Ogoh-Ogoh

The Purging

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Field Lines

Cameron
Robbins
Opening night

 

Saturday 11 June, 4 – 8pm

Mona

 

Free

 


Letting Blood

Juliet Burnett
Nicholas Robert Thayer
Gabrielle Adamidis

 

Opening Saturday 11 June, 4 – 8pm (Free)
Wednesday 15 – Monday 20 June, 10am – 5pm

Mona

Free for Tasmanians and under 18s 
$25 Adult, $20 Concession

 


Blacklist

18+

 

Saturday 11 + Sunday 12, Friday 17 + Saturday 18 June, 10pm – Late

City Hall

$39 + Booking Fee

 

 

Door Sales $45 (Subject to capacity)


supersymmetry

Ryoji Ikeda

 

Saturday 11 June, 4 – 8pm (Free)

Mona

Continues Wednesday – Monday, 10am – 5pm

 

 

Free for Tasmanians and under 18s
$25 Adult, $20 Concession


supercodex
[live set]

Ryoji Ikeda

 

Saturday 11 June, 9pm

Black Box, MAC2 Backspace

$29 + Booking Fee

 


Red Bull Music Academy x Boiler Room Present Chronicles 003: Mark Pritchard

18+

 

Saturday 11 June, 11pm – 1am

Black Box, MAC2 Backspace

 

Free (with confirmed RSVP)

 


Divination

Nancy
Mauro-Flude

 

Maiden voyage performance
Friday 10 June, 6pm

Saturday 11 + Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

Free

 

Register


The Devil's Candy

 

Saturday 11 June, Friday 17 June, 9pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Burden

 

Saturday 11 June, 2:30 (Cinemona)
Sunday 19 June, 3:30pm (State Cinema)

Cinemona + State Cinema

$18/$20 + Booking Fee (Cinemona, includes Museum entry), $17/$19 (State Cinema)

 


Dark Mofo Films Panel

Nick Batzias and James Hewison
+ Sean Byrne
+ Andrew McPhail

 

Saturday 11 June, 12.30 – 1.30pm

Cinemona

 

Free, includes museum entry (RSVP essential)

 


Dark Ocean

Jordan Baseman
Keith Deverell
Tace Kelly
Peter Morse
Anya Reading
Kit Wise
Martin Gal

 

Friday 10 – Tuesday 21 June, 9am – 5pm (and also visible by night)

Performances
Friday 10 – Sunday 12 + Tuesday 14 June, dusk
Wednesday 15 June, dark
Friday 17 June, dark
Sunday 19 June, dark
Monday 20 June, dusk

IMAS, 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

 

Free

 


Songs of the
Black Arm Band

True North:
Tim Moriarty

 

Sunday 12 June, 2.30pm

Odeon Theatre

$19—$59 + Booking Fee

 


Lustmord

 

Sunday 12 June, 9pm

Black Box, MAC2 Backspace

$29 + Booking Fee

 


Ben Salter

+ Olympia

 

Sunday 12 June, 8pm

Odeon Theatre

$25 + Booking Fee

 


Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures

 

Sunday 12 June, 2.30pm (Cinemona)
Sunday 18 June, 1:15pm (State Cinema)

Cinemona + State Cinema

$18/$20 + Booking Fee (Cinemona, includes Museum entry), $17/$19 (State Cinema)

 


Double Feature: Wild style + Downtown 81

 

Monday 13 June, 2.30pm

Cinemona

$28/$30 + Booking Fee (includes Museum entry)

 


Dhāranī

Tom
Vincent
Octet

 

Tuesday 14 June + Wednesday 15 June, 7.30pm

Moonah Arts Centre

$59 + Booking Fee

 


Night Garden

Overgrowth

 

Friday 24 June, 5 – 9pm

Various Buildings, Triabunna

 

Free

 

Week two Wednesday 15 — Tuesday 21 June
Plastic Histories Night Garden Overgrowth Guardian Master Class Halycon Radio Gothic Event For A Stage Event For A Stage Rivers and Streams The Bacchae The Bacchae The Burning Night Garden Undergrowth Nude Solstice Swim Heart of Darkness The Funeral Party Dhārani Big Cheese Neither here nor there Brain Storm Dark Ocean Dark Mofo Films Event For A Stage Made of holes Henry Gorecki Symphony No.3 Hymns to the dead Chelsea Wolfe Eddy Current Suppression Ring Blacklist Mike Parr Asylum Tempest Ephemera Live The Bacchae Winter Feast Dark Park Field Lines


Made of Holes

Lucy Irvine

 

Opening Wednesday 8 June, 6pm
Saturday 4 + Sunday 5, Wednesday 8 – Sunday 26 June, 11am – 5pm

The Barn at Rosny Farm

 

Free

 


City of Hobart
Dark Mofo
Winter Feast

 

Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 4 – 10pm

PW1


Season Pass
Five-night ticket
Priority entry
$50 + Booking Fee
Under 16s Free

 

 

Door Sales
Wed, Thu, Fri $10
Sat $20
Sunday Free
Under 16s Free
Free after 8pm nightly


Hymns to the Dead

Cult of Fire
Tribulation
Dead Congregation
Inverloch

18+

 

Wednesday 15 June, 7.30pm

Odeon Theatre

$49 + Booking Fee

 


RBMA presents
Ephemera Live

Tim Hecker
+ Marcel Weber
(MFO)

 

Wednesday 15 June, 6pm & 8pm

Black Box, MAC2 Backspace

$29 + Booking Fee

 


Dhāranī

Tom
Vincent
Octet

 

Tuesday 14 June + Wednesday 15 June, 7.30pm

Moonah Arts Centre

$59 + Booking Fee

 


Radio Gothic

Episode 1: The Pit

 

Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18 June, 9pm

Peacock Theatre, Salamanca Arts Centre

$18/$25

15+

 

Booking info coming soon

 


Neither Here
Nor There

 

Opening Wednesday 15 June, 6pm
Closes Sunday 19 June, sunrise

Pedestrian tunnels beneath the Railway Roundabout, Brooker Highway

 

Free

 


Event for
a Stage

Tacita Dean

 

Thursday 16 June, 6pm
Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June, 1pm

State Cinema

$19/$25

 

On sale late April

 


The Funeral
Party

18+

 

Thursday 16 June, 8pm

Turnbull Family Funerals

$89 + Booking Fee

 

Sold out


Suburra

 

Thursday 16 June, 6.15pm

Saturday 18 June, 3.30pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Night Garden

Undergrowth

 

Thursday 16 June, 7pm – 12am

Basement Level, 51 Collins St

 

Free

 


Chelsea Wolfe

+ Jarboe *
+ JG Thirlwell
presents Cholera Nocebo

18+

 

Friday 17 June, 7.30pm

Odeon Theatre

$49 + Booking Fee

 


Blacklist

18+

 

Saturday 11 + Sunday 12, Friday 17 + Saturday 18 June, 10pm – Late

City Hall

$39 + Booking Fee

 

 

Door Sales $45 (Subject to capacity)


The Bacchae

Fraught Outfit
+ St Martins

 

Friday 17 (sold out) + Saturday 18 June (sold out), 7pm
Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June (sold out), 1pm

Black Box, MAC2 Backspace

$39 + Booking Fee

 

Sold out


Eddy Current Suppression Ring

+ King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
+ JP Shilo

18+

 

Saturday 18 June, 7.30pm

Odeon Theatre

$49 + Booking Fee

 


Guardian Masterclass

Pleasure and Pain: A Music Industry Workshop

18+

 

Saturday 18 June, 10am – 5pm

IMAS, 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

$120

 


Henryk Górecki
Symphony No. 3

Tasmanian
Symphony
Orchestra
+ Otto Tausk
+ Greta Bradman

 

Saturday 18 June, 7.30pm

Federation Concert Hall

$69—$99 + Booking Fee

 


Rivers and
Streams

Lubomyr Melnyk

 

Sunday 19 June, 2.30pm

Federation Concert Hall

$59 + Booking Fee

 


THUNDERHEAD

Tina Havelock
Stevens

 

Performance: Friday 10 + Saturday 11 June, 6 – 8pm

Film: Friday 10 – Sunday 12 June, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


A War

 

Sunday 19 June, 1.15pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Ogoh-Ogoh

The Burning

 

Sunday 19 June, 5pm

Parliament Lawns to Dark Park

 

Free

 


Heart of Darkness

John Tavener
Peter Sculthorpe
Arnold Schoenberg
+ Allison Bell

 

Monday 20 June, 8.30pm

St David's Cathedral

$39 + Booking Fee

 


Hal'cyon

Tasdance

 

Monday 20 – Tuesday 21 June, 4.50pm – 7.40am (sunset to sunrise)

Odeon Theatre

 

Free

 


Nude
Solstice
Swim

 

Tuesday 21 June, 7.42am

Long Beach Reserve

Free (registration required)

 

Register


Field Lines

Cameron
Robbins

 

Opening Saturday 11 June, 4 – 8pm (Free)
Wednesday 18 May – Monday 29 August
Wednesday – Monday, 10am – 5pm

Mona

 

Read more

 

Free for Tasmanians and under 18s
$25 Adult, $20 Concession


Dark Mofo Films

 

Friday 3 – Sunday 19 June

Cinemona + State Cinema

$17/$19

 


High-Rise

 

Saturday 4 June, Saturday 18 June, 9pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Fire at Sea

 

Sunday 5 June, 6pm

Sunday 12 June, 3.30pm

Friday 17 June, 3.30pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Mediterranea

 

Tuesday 7 June, 9pm

Wednesday 15 June, 6pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Asylum [Entry by Mirror Only]

Mike Parr

 

Performance + Exhibition:
Open 72 hours from noon Thursday 9 June
until noon Sunday 12 June
Entry by mirror only (bookings recommended)

Exhibition only:
Sunday 12 + Monday 13 June, noon – 4pm
Friday 17, Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June, noon – 7pm
Entry by mirror only (no booking required, entry subject to capacity)

Willow Court, New Norfolk

 

Registrations open now

 


Our Time

United Visual
Artists

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Bodystorm

Grupo EmpreZa

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Anemographs

Cameron
Robbins

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Dark Park

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Plastic Histories

Cigdem Aydemir

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 19 June

Various locations

 

Free

 


So Steadily Breathes the Skin

Aesop

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Friday 17 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 


Tempest

 

Opening Friday 10 June, 5 – 10pm
Saturday 11 – Monday 13 June, 10am – 4pm
Continues Tuesday – Sunday
until Sunday 20 November, 10am – 4pm

TMAG

 

Free

 


The Cloud

Patrick
Hall

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


A Galaxy of Suns

Michaela Gleave

 

Friday 10 – Tuesday 21 June

Various sites around Tasmania

Free

 

Download the app


Fear Eats the Soul

Michaela Gleave

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


House of Mirrors

Christian Wagstaff
+ Keith Courtney

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Re-opening Friday 24 June, 5 – 9pm
Continues until 10 July, noon – 5pm (closed Tuesdays; open till 7pm Fridays)

Dark Park

 

 

Door sales $10


The
Labyrinth

Mayonaize

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

 

Door sales $10


The Greasy Strangler

 

Friday 10 June, 9pm

Tuesday 14 June, 9pm

Sunday 19 June, 6pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Brainstorm

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Centre for the Arts

 

Free

 


Big Cheese

Stephen Birch
Alex Gawronski
Sean Kerr
Petra Maitz
Daniel McKewen
Jelena Telecki
Justene Williams

 

Opening Thursday 9 June, 6pm
Friday 10 June – Tuesday 21 June, 12 – 5pm
Continues Wednesday – Sunday until 17 July, 12 – 5pm

Contemporary Art Tasmania

 

Free

 


Ogoh-Ogoh

The Purging

 

Friday 10 – Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

 

Free

 


Letting Blood

Juliet Burnett
Nicholas Robert Thayer
Gabrielle Adamidis

 

Opening Saturday 11 June, 4 – 8pm (Free)
Wednesday 15 – Monday 20 June, 10am – 5pm

Mona

Free for Tasmanians and under 18s 
$25 Adult, $20 Concession

 


Divination

Nancy
Mauro-Flude

 

Maiden voyage performance
Friday 10 June, 6pm

Saturday 11 + Sunday 12, Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm

Dark Park

Free

 

Register


The Devil's Candy

 

Saturday 11 June, Friday 17 June, 9pm

State Cinema

$17/$19

 


Burden

 

Saturday 11 June, 2:30 (Cinemona)
Sunday 19 June, 3:30pm (State Cinema)

Cinemona + State Cinema

$18/$20 + Booking Fee (Cinemona, includes Museum entry), $17/$19 (State Cinema)

 


Dark Ocean

Jordan Baseman
Keith Deverell
Tace Kelly
Peter Morse
Anya Reading
Kit Wise
Martin Gal

 

Friday 10 – Tuesday 21 June, 9am – 5pm (and also visible by night)

Performances
Friday 10 – Sunday 12 + Tuesday 14 June, dusk
Wednesday 15 June, dark
Friday 17 June, dark
Sunday 19 June, dark
Monday 20 June, dusk

IMAS, 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

 

Free

 


Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures

 

Sunday 12 June, 2.30pm (Cinemona)
Sunday 18 June, 1:15pm (State Cinema)

Cinemona + State Cinema

$18/$20 + Booking Fee (Cinemona, includes Museum entry), $17/$19 (State Cinema)

 

FAQs

  • Contact
  • Contact

    darkmofo@mona.net.au
    Phone +61 (3) 6277 9900

    Ticket Support
    tickets@mona.net.au
    Phone +61 (3) 6277 9971

    Post
    655 Main Road Berriedale
    Hobart Tasmania 7011
    Australia

    Media
    Rebecca Fitzgibbon
    Events Media Manager
    rebecca@mona.net.au

    Sponsorship
    Daniel McMillan
    Partnerships Director
    daniel.mcmillan@mona.net.au

    #darkmofo

    Facebook
    Twitter
    Instagram
    YouTube

  • Tickets
  • Tickets

    You’ll need a ticket for each individual event, unless stated otherwise. You can buy them onlineor at Mona (Wednesday – Monday, 10am – 5pm). Box Offices will also open in various locations closer to the festival.

    Ticket Support
    tickets@mona.net.au
    Phone +61 (3) 6277 9971

  • Concession
  • Concession

    Concession pricing applies to ZHU + Oscar Key Sung + Kučka + Bronze Savage + Nite Fleit + Zero Percent, Radio Gothic and Dark Mofo Films, and is available to pension and healthcare cardholders, and students. ID may be requested upon entry.

  • Booking Fees
  • Booking Fees

    A $6 booking fee applies to each online ticket transaction, unless your cart only contains free, ticketed events which require a booking (these are marked clearly).


    Tickets sold through State Cinema and Salamanca Arts Centre may be subject to transaction fees and credit card surcharges. Please check their website for details.

  • Free Events
  • Free Events

    DARK PARK, MACQUARIE POINT (INNER-CITY HOBART)
    A five minute walk from the Hobart CBD or Brooke Street Pier

    + A Galaxy of Suns: Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
    + Anemographs: Cameron Robbins
    + Bodystorm: Grupo EmpreZa
    + Our Time: United Visual Artists
    + Divination: Nancy Mauro-Flude
    + The Cloud: Patrick Hall
    + Ogoh-Ogoh: The Purging
    + THUNDERHEAD: Tina Havelock Stevens



    NEARBY (INNER-CITY HOBART)
    Very close to Dark Park, Hobart CBD and Brooke Street Pier

    Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street
    + Brainstorm

    PW1
    + City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast
    Free after 8pm nightly, and all night Sunday 19 June

    Parliament Lawns to Dark Park
    + Ogoh-Ogoh: The Burning

    Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
    + Tempest: Curated by Juliana Engberg

    Railway Roundabout, Brooker Highway
    + Neither Here Nor There

    Basement Level, 51 Collins St
    + Night Garden: Undergrowth

    IMAS, 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point
    + Dark Ocean

    Odeon Theatre
    + Hal'cyon



    LITTLE FURTHER OUT (HOBART)
    Ten or fifteen minutes by car

    Contemporary Art Tasmania, Tasma Street
    + Big Cheese

    Long Beach, Sandy Bay
    + Nude Solstice Swim



    MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART
    Thirty minutes on the MR-1 from Brooke Street Pier, or around twenty minutes by car

    + Field Lines: Cameron Robbins 
    + supersymmetry: Ryoji Ikeda
    Free for Tasmanians and under 18s

    + Opening Night: Field Lines
    Free for everyone



    WILLOW COURT, NEW NORFOLK
    Thirty-five minutes from Hobart by car, or twenty-five from Mona

    + Asylum: Mike Parr
    Entry by Mirror Only: Mike Parr



    ROSNY BARN, ROSNY
    Ten minutes from Hobart by car

    + Made of Holes: Lucy Irvine



    TOWNSHIP OF TRIABUNNA
    One hour and fifteen minutes from Hobart by car

    Various Buildings
    + Night Garden: Overgrowth

  • Under 18s
  • Under 18s

    Events are all ages, unless specified otherwise. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult at all events, at all times. Proof of age may be requested upon entry.

    Under 16s are eligible for free entry to the Winter Feast, but will need to register for a Season Pass online or obtain a ticket at the PW1 Box Office on the respective day.

    The Bacchae, Asylum and Entry by Mirror Only contain strong themes and may not be suitable for persons under the age of 16—ditto some Dark Mofo Films.

  • Refunds and exchanges
  • Refunds and exchanges

    No refunds or exchanges, unless applicable under Australian Consumer Law.

  • Pass-outs
  • Pass-outs

    You can obtain a pass-out for most events, with the exception of ZHU + Oscar Key Sung + Kučka + Bronze Savage + Nite Fleit + Zero Percent. For the Winter Feast, you will need to obtain a wristband from security before leaving. Re-entry to all events is subject to capacity.


     


     

  • Lost Tickets
  • Lost Tickets

    If you lose your ticket, print another. Each ticket has a unique barcode that can only be used once. If your ticket has already been used, a second entry will not be granted.

  • Scalping
  • Scalping

    If you are selling Dark Mofo tickets at a premium, we will cancel and refund your order. If there is a legitimate reason that you are unable to attend an event, email tickets@mona.net.au and your case will be reviewed in accordance with Australian Consumer Law. If you purchase a ticket from a third party, we cannot guarantee that the ticket will be valid. All tickets have a unique barcode that can only be used once (and can be cancelled by the powers that be, should you not play ball).

  • City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast
  • City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast

    The Season Pass ($50) grants entry to each night of the feast, including Sunday (free). You do not need to pay the door price on top of this.

    Singular night tickets will be sold at the PW1 Box Office on the respective day, from 4pm.
    Under 16s are eligible for free entry, but will need to register for a Season Pass online or obtain a singular night ticket on the respective day, from 4pm.

    Please note that this is an outdoor event, and Tasmanian weather is unpredictable. Dress appropriately for rain, hail, and shine. Shelter is not guaranteed. Entry is always subject to capacity.


    Door Sales
    Wednesday 15, Thursday 16 and Friday 17 June: $10 per night
    Saturday 18 June: $20
    Sunday 19 June: Free

    Entry each night after 8pm is free, but not guaranteed (and subject to capacity).

    Follow @dark_mofo on Twitter for queue updates each night.

  • Dark Park
  • Dark Park

    Open Friday 10  Sunday 12 June + Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm. All events are free, with the exception of House of Mirrors and Labyrinth (both $10 on the door). There’s lots to see and do here: look at art, feed your fears to our ogoh-ogoh, or duck across the road and catch a show at Black Box. It’s only a short stroll from the Winter Feast, too.

  • Willow Court
  • Willow Court

    Home to Mike Parr’s Asylum [Entry by Mirror Only].



    Please note: both the exhibition and performance contain disturbing content and themes, and may not be suitable for children. You must wear closed-toe shoes.



    OFFICIAL OPENING

    Join us for a community celebration on The Avenue, hosted by the Derwent Valley Council.
    Thursday 9 June, 6 – 10pm
    Free (no bookings required)



    72-HOUR PERFORMANCE + EXHIBITION

    Noon Thursday 9 June – noon Sunday 12 June
    Entry by mirror only (bookings recommended)
    Walk-ups permitted, but not guaranteed
    Book 



    EXHIBITION ONLY

    Sunday 12 + Monday 13 June, noon – 4pm
    Friday 17, Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June, noon – 7pm
    Entry by mirror only (no booking required, entry subject to capacity)



    TRANSPORT

    Willow Court is located in New Norfolk, approximately 35 minutes via car from Hobart, or
    25 minutes from Mona. The below transport departs from Brooke Street Pier, Hobart.



    Hobart to Willow Court Bus

    Friday 10 – Monday 13 June, 11am + 1pm
    Friday 17 + Saturday 18, 11am + 1pm + 4pm
    Sunday 19 June, 11am + 1pm
    $25
    Book 



    Full Day Package Bus + Ferry
    Bus to Willow Court, and return to Hobart via Mona
    Friday 10 – Monday 13 June, 11am
    Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June, 11am
    $38
    Book 

  • Cloaking
  • Cloaking

    Available at all Odeon Theatre shows, as well as Blacklist (Hobart City Hall) and Black Box (MAC2 Backspace). Bring cash.

  • Lost Property
  • Lost Property

    If you lose something, contact Ticket Support on (03) 6277 9971 or tickets@mona.net.au. Please include your full name, a contact phone number, and as many details as possible about the item.

  • Food + Drink
  • Food + Drink

    Lots at the Winter Feast, and on site at Mona. There is no food or drink at Asylum and Entry by Mirror Only. No BYO. Bring ID.

  • Temperature
  • Temperature

    It’s gonna be effing freezing.

  • Smoking
  • Smoking

    Dark Mofo is a smoke-free event. The City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast, Blacklist, Dark Park and MAC2 have designated smoking areas; please look for the signs.

  • App
  • App

    Download it now from the App Store or GooglePlay. It has heaps of kewl features, including a planner.

    iPhone →
    Android →

  • Tasmanian Attractions and Accommodation
  • Tasmanian Attractions and Accommodation

    We’ve got hotels! We’ve got attractions! Visit Mona for our recommendations.

  • Paint the Town Red
  • Paint the Town Red

    Each year, we ask local businesses to 'paint the town red' and give interlopers a warm welcome. If you take any pics, hashtag ‘em #darkmofo #hobartandbeyond.

  • Privacy Policy
  • Privacy Policy

    Our Privacy Policy can be found at http://www.mona.net.au/shop/privacy-policy.aspx.

  • Previous Programs
  • Contact
  • Tickets
  • Concession
  • Booking Fees
  • Free Events
  • Under 18s
  • Refunds and exchanges
  • Pass-outs
  • Lost Tickets
  • Scalping
  • City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast
  • Dark Park
  • Willow Court
  • Cloaking
  • Lost Property
  • Food + Drink
  • Temperature
  • Smoking
  • App
  • Tasmanian Attractions and Accommodation
  • Paint the Town Red
  • Privacy Policy
  • Previous Programs

Contact

darkmofo@mona.net.au
Phone +61 (3) 6277 9900

Ticket Support
tickets@mona.net.au
Phone +61 (3) 6277 9971

Post
655 Main Road Berriedale
Hobart Tasmania 7011
Australia

Media
Rebecca Fitzgibbon
Events Media Manager
rebecca@mona.net.au

Sponsorship
Daniel McMillan
Partnerships Director
daniel.mcmillan@mona.net.au

#darkmofo

Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
YouTube

Tickets

You’ll need a ticket for each individual event, unless stated otherwise. You can buy them onlineor at Mona (Wednesday – Monday, 10am – 5pm). Box Offices will also open in various locations closer to the festival.

Ticket Support
tickets@mona.net.au
Phone +61 (3) 6277 9971

Concession

Concession pricing applies to ZHU + Oscar Key Sung + Kučka + Bronze Savage + Nite Fleit + Zero Percent, Radio Gothic and Dark Mofo Films, and is available to pension and healthcare cardholders, and students. ID may be requested upon entry.

Booking Fees

A $6 booking fee applies to each online ticket transaction, unless your cart only contains free, ticketed events which require a booking (these are marked clearly).


Tickets sold through State Cinema and Salamanca Arts Centre may be subject to transaction fees and credit card surcharges. Please check their website for details.

Free Events

DARK PARK, MACQUARIE POINT (INNER-CITY HOBART)
A five minute walk from the Hobart CBD or Brooke Street Pier

+ A Galaxy of Suns: Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
+ Anemographs: Cameron Robbins
+ Bodystorm: Grupo EmpreZa
+ Our Time: United Visual Artists
+ Divination: Nancy Mauro-Flude
+ The Cloud: Patrick Hall
+ Ogoh-Ogoh: The Purging
+ THUNDERHEAD: Tina Havelock Stevens



NEARBY (INNER-CITY HOBART)
Very close to Dark Park, Hobart CBD and Brooke Street Pier

Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street
+ Brainstorm

PW1
+ City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast
Free after 8pm nightly, and all night Sunday 19 June

Parliament Lawns to Dark Park
+ Ogoh-Ogoh: The Burning

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
+ Tempest: Curated by Juliana Engberg

Railway Roundabout, Brooker Highway
+ Neither Here Nor There

Basement Level, 51 Collins St
+ Night Garden: Undergrowth

IMAS, 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point
+ Dark Ocean

Odeon Theatre
+ Hal'cyon



LITTLE FURTHER OUT (HOBART)
Ten or fifteen minutes by car

Contemporary Art Tasmania, Tasma Street
+ Big Cheese

Long Beach, Sandy Bay
+ Nude Solstice Swim



MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART
Thirty minutes on the MR-1 from Brooke Street Pier, or around twenty minutes by car

+ Field Lines: Cameron Robbins 
+ supersymmetry: Ryoji Ikeda
Free for Tasmanians and under 18s

+ Opening Night: Field Lines
Free for everyone



WILLOW COURT, NEW NORFOLK
Thirty-five minutes from Hobart by car, or twenty-five from Mona

+ Asylum: Mike Parr
Entry by Mirror Only: Mike Parr



ROSNY BARN, ROSNY
Ten minutes from Hobart by car

+ Made of Holes: Lucy Irvine



TOWNSHIP OF TRIABUNNA
One hour and fifteen minutes from Hobart by car

Various Buildings
+ Night Garden: Overgrowth

Under 18s

Events are all ages, unless specified otherwise. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult at all events, at all times. Proof of age may be requested upon entry.

Under 16s are eligible for free entry to the Winter Feast, but will need to register for a Season Pass online or obtain a ticket at the PW1 Box Office on the respective day.

The Bacchae, Asylum and Entry by Mirror Only contain strong themes and may not be suitable for persons under the age of 16—ditto some Dark Mofo Films.

Refunds and exchanges

No refunds or exchanges, unless applicable under Australian Consumer Law.

Pass-outs

You can obtain a pass-out for most events, with the exception of ZHU + Oscar Key Sung + Kučka + Bronze Savage + Nite Fleit + Zero Percent. For the Winter Feast, you will need to obtain a wristband from security before leaving. Re-entry to all events is subject to capacity.


 


 

Lost Tickets

If you lose your ticket, print another. Each ticket has a unique barcode that can only be used once. If your ticket has already been used, a second entry will not be granted.

Scalping

If you are selling Dark Mofo tickets at a premium, we will cancel and refund your order. If there is a legitimate reason that you are unable to attend an event, email tickets@mona.net.au and your case will be reviewed in accordance with Australian Consumer Law. If you purchase a ticket from a third party, we cannot guarantee that the ticket will be valid. All tickets have a unique barcode that can only be used once (and can be cancelled by the powers that be, should you not play ball).

City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast

The Season Pass ($50) grants entry to each night of the feast, including Sunday (free). You do not need to pay the door price on top of this.

Singular night tickets will be sold at the PW1 Box Office on the respective day, from 4pm.
Under 16s are eligible for free entry, but will need to register for a Season Pass online or obtain a singular night ticket on the respective day, from 4pm.

Please note that this is an outdoor event, and Tasmanian weather is unpredictable. Dress appropriately for rain, hail, and shine. Shelter is not guaranteed. Entry is always subject to capacity.


Door Sales
Wednesday 15, Thursday 16 and Friday 17 June: $10 per night
Saturday 18 June: $20
Sunday 19 June: Free

Entry each night after 8pm is free, but not guaranteed (and subject to capacity).

Follow @dark_mofo on Twitter for queue updates each night.

Dark Park

Open Friday 10  Sunday 12 June + Wednesday 15 – Sunday 19 June, 5 – 10pm. All events are free, with the exception of House of Mirrors and Labyrinth (both $10 on the door). There’s lots to see and do here: look at art, feed your fears to our ogoh-ogoh, or duck across the road and catch a show at Black Box. It’s only a short stroll from the Winter Feast, too.

Willow Court

Home to Mike Parr’s Asylum [Entry by Mirror Only].



Please note: both the exhibition and performance contain disturbing content and themes, and may not be suitable for children. You must wear closed-toe shoes.



OFFICIAL OPENING

Join us for a community celebration on The Avenue, hosted by the Derwent Valley Council.
Thursday 9 June, 6 – 10pm
Free (no bookings required)



72-HOUR PERFORMANCE + EXHIBITION

Noon Thursday 9 June – noon Sunday 12 June
Entry by mirror only (bookings recommended)
Walk-ups permitted, but not guaranteed
Book 



EXHIBITION ONLY

Sunday 12 + Monday 13 June, noon – 4pm
Friday 17, Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June, noon – 7pm
Entry by mirror only (no booking required, entry subject to capacity)



TRANSPORT

Willow Court is located in New Norfolk, approximately 35 minutes via car from Hobart, or
25 minutes from Mona. The below transport departs from Brooke Street Pier, Hobart.



Hobart to Willow Court Bus

Friday 10 – Monday 13 June, 11am + 1pm
Friday 17 + Saturday 18, 11am + 1pm + 4pm
Sunday 19 June, 11am + 1pm
$25
Book 



Full Day Package Bus + Ferry
Bus to Willow Court, and return to Hobart via Mona
Friday 10 – Monday 13 June, 11am
Saturday 18 + Sunday 19 June, 11am
$38
Book 

Cloaking

Available at all Odeon Theatre shows, as well as Blacklist (Hobart City Hall) and Black Box (MAC2 Backspace). Bring cash.

Lost Property

If you lose something, contact Ticket Support on (03) 6277 9971 or tickets@mona.net.au. Please include your full name, a contact phone number, and as many details as possible about the item.

Food + Drink

Lots at the Winter Feast, and on site at Mona. There is no food or drink at Asylum and Entry by Mirror Only. No BYO. Bring ID.

Temperature

It’s gonna be effing freezing.

Smoking

Dark Mofo is a smoke-free event. The City of Hobart Dark Mofo Winter Feast, Blacklist, Dark Park and MAC2 have designated smoking areas; please look for the signs.

App

Download it now from the App Store or GooglePlay. It has heaps of kewl features, including a planner.

iPhone →
Android →

Tasmanian Attractions and Accommodation

We’ve got hotels! We’ve got attractions! Visit Mona for our recommendations.

Paint the Town Red

Each year, we ask local businesses to 'paint the town red' and give interlopers a warm welcome. If you take any pics, hashtag ‘em #darkmofo #hobartandbeyond.

Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy can be found at http://www.mona.net.au/shop/privacy-policy.aspx.

Map

  • Fly
  • Walk the walk
  • MR-1 Fast Ferry
  • Parking
  • Bus
  • Bike
  • Taxis

Fly

First and foremost, you need to get to the island.


 



Walk the walk

The majority of Dark Mofo events are within a short stroll of the Hobart CBD, or Brooke Street Pier. Check the map if you are unsure; venues are pinpointed.


MR-1 Fast Ferry

We have a ferry, and it travels between Brooke Street Pier and Mona every half hour or so. Check the timetable, and book yourself a ticket.


Parking

Surprise! There are car parks all over Hobart. Some are even open 24 hours (such as Dunn Place and Market Place).


 


 


REGATTA GROUNDS FREE CARPARKING



Regatta Grounds, off McVilly Drive

Friday 10 June – Sunday 12 June, Wednesday 15 June – Sunday 19 June, 3pm – 11pm
Note: Gates will be strictly closed at 11pm  


 


 


DARK PARK ROAD CLOSURES


 


Evans Street
Friday 10 June – Sunday, Wednesday 15 June – Sunday 19 June, 4:45 – 11pm


 


Hunter Street, road closure
Friday 10 June, 6pm – 1am
Intersections of Franklin Wharf and Hunter street and Hunter St and Evans street will be closed.


 


 


CITY OF HOBART DARK MOFO WINTER FEAST ROAD CLOSURES


 


Castray Esplanade
Sunday 12 June, 5am – Tuesday 21 June, 5pm
Full road closure
Note: The Salamanca taxi rank will be relocated to Murray St


 


Castray Esplanade/Gladstone Street
Wednesday 15 June – Sunday 19 June, 3pm – 1am
Partial road closure from Murray Street to Salamanca Place.


 


Castray Esplanade/Gladstone Street
Sunday 19 June, 3pm – 1am
Full road closure from Murray Street to Salamanca Place.


 


Franklin Wharf
Wednesday 15 June Sunday 19 June, 5 – 9pm.


 


 


BLACKLIST ROAD CLOSURES


 


Market Place, partial road closure
Wednesday 8 June – Wednesday 22 June
One lane of Market Place will be closed from Macquarie St to Collins St. The southern lanes will remain open to two-way traffic.
Access to Market Place carpark still available at all times.


 


Market Place, full road closure
Saturday 11 June, 6pm – Monday 13 June, 6am
Friday 17 June, 6pm – Sunday 19 June, 6am
All lanes closed from the corner of Collins St and Market Place to the edge of the Market Place car park.
Access to Market Place carpark still available at all times. 


 


 


OGOH OGOH PARADE ROAD CLOSURES


 


Sunday 19 June, 5 – 6pm
Road closure will follow the parade route and include a full closure of Davey Street, between Evans and Argyle approximately 5 – 5.30pm on this day.
Route: Parliament Lawns → Morrison St Argyle St Davey St Evans St Dark Park


  


Bus

Hobart Hopper operates a free bus service on Saturdays between key city destinations including City of Hobart car parks and the PW1 Precinct. 9am – 2pm. Routes and timetable: hobartcity.com.au


Bike

Use the Intercity Cycleway. Hire a bike from Hunter St, Brooke St Pier, Artbike or the Regatta Grounds.


Taxis

Phone 133 222 (United) and 132 227 (Taxi Combined).


News

  • Audi Taxxxis are backsies!
  • Audi Taxxxis are backsies!

    Was that hip hip hooray we heard you say? Our pals at Audi are offering free rides to and from Dark Mofo venues on the nights of Thursday 9, Friday 10 and Saturday 11 June, between the hours of 5 and 10pm. All you need to do is stick out your arm and hail. Look for the neon signs; you can't miss 'em.

  • The app has arrived 🔥
  • The app has arrived 🔥

    Download it now from the App Store or GooglePlay. It has heaps of kewl features, including a planner.

    iPhone →
    Android →

  • Full site launched!
  • Don't let the fuckers get you down
  • Don't let the fuckers get you down

    It's true. We're as pissed off as you. Savages has cancelled its national tour.


     


    BUT the good news: the much loved, rarely seen in the wild, Eddy Current Suppression Ring have agreed to come out of hiding for Dark Mofo, supported by King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, and JP Shilo.


     


    Limited tickets to the new gig will be released at today at 1pm AEST for people who previously registered their interest on our waitlist (which is now full).


     


    If you are a ticket holder, your original Savages ticket will still scan at the door. If you would rather a refund, please contact tickets@mona.net.au.

  • Quiz time
  • Quiz time

    Dark Mofo is over for another year. (Well, most of it.) If you came, you saw, you conquered, and you received an email from us on Tuesday 28 June, tell us what you thought. It could earn you one hundred bucks worth of tickets to Mona's summer festival, Mofo, in January 2017.


    Terms and Conditions ↓




    1. This promotion is being conducted by Moorilla Estate Pty Ltd trading as Mona, Museum of Old and New Art and Dark Mofo ABN: 34 120 281 656

    2. The prize includes Mona Foma Festival Tickets up to the value of $100.

    3. Mona Foma is held during January 2017 in Hobart Tasmania.

    4. The total prize value is $100 and includes tickets only. Flights and accommodation are not included.

    5. Prizes cannot be transferred, exchanged or refunded for cash.

    6. Entrants must submit their email address at the end of the 2016 Dark Mofo survey to enter.

    7. Each entrant may only enter once.

    8. Mona will send an email with the link to the survey to Dark Mofo ticket buyers on Thursday 30 June.

    9. The promotion commences at 10am on Tuesday 28 June 2016 and continues until midnight on Sunday July 10.

    10. The winner will be selected at 10am on Monday 11 July 2016.

    11. The winning email address will be digitally drawn, by means of a SQL statement, from the database table of entrants and posted online at mofo.net.au.

    12. The winner will be notified by email on Tuesday 12 July, 2016 and asked to contact a Mona staff member to claim the prize.

    13. If the prize is not claimed within two weeks (14 days) the prize will be redrawn.

    14. Mona reserves the right to draw a new winner if an entry is invalid or an ineligible entrant is drawn.

    15. The prize will be sent to the winning entrant December 2016.

    16. Entrants must be 18 years or older to enter.

    17. ID may be requested to confirm proof of age, residence and identity of the winner.

    18. Proof of identification considered suitable for verification is at the discretion of Mona. In the event that the winner cannot provide suitable proof, the winner will forfeit the prize in whole and no substitute will be offered.

    19. Employees of Mona and Dark Mofo, their family members or anyone else connected with the competition are not permitted to enter the competition.   

    20. Mona is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.    

    21. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrant will be used solely in accordance with the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988, and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent. Mona's Privacy Policy can be found at http://www.mona.net.au/shop/privacy-policy.aspx

    22. By participating in this competition, entrants automatically accept these terms and conditions.


    Mona reserves the right to change the aforementioned terms and conditions at any time without prior notification. It is the entrant’s responsibility to check these terms and conditions for changes.


  • It's not goodbye yet: House of Mirrors' hours extended
  • It's not goodbye yet: House of Mirrors' hours extended

    The Dark Mofo dream continues: House of Mirrors opens again tomorrow (Friday), and runs right through until the end of school holidays. See the website for more info.

    Extended hours:
    Friday 24 June, 5 – 9pm
    Saturday 25, Sunday 26, Monday 27 June, noon – 5pm
    Wednesday – Monday thereafter until 10 July, noon – 5pm
    Open till 7pm all other Fridays
    Dark Park
    Door sales $10

  • Audi Taxxxis are backsies!
  • The app has arrived 🔥
  • Full site launched!
  • Don't let the fuckers get you down
  • Quiz time
  • It's not goodbye yet: House of Mirrors' hours extended

Audi Taxxxis are backsies!

Was that hip hip hooray we heard you say? Our pals at Audi are offering free rides to and from Dark Mofo venues on the nights of Thursday 9, Friday 10 and Saturday 11 June, between the hours of 5 and 10pm. All you need to do is stick out your arm and hail. Look for the neon signs; you can't miss 'em.

The app has arrived 🔥

Download it now from the App Store or GooglePlay. It has heaps of kewl features, including a planner.

iPhone →
Android →

Don't let the fuckers get you down

It's true. We're as pissed off as you. Savages has cancelled its national tour.


 


BUT the good news: the much loved, rarely seen in the wild, Eddy Current Suppression Ring have agreed to come out of hiding for Dark Mofo, supported by King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, and JP Shilo.


 


Limited tickets to the new gig will be released at today at 1pm AEST for people who previously registered their interest on our waitlist (which is now full).


 


If you are a ticket holder, your original Savages ticket will still scan at the door. If you would rather a refund, please contact tickets@mona.net.au.

Quiz time

Dark Mofo is over for another year. (Well, most of it.) If you came, you saw, you conquered, and you received an email from us on Tuesday 28 June, tell us what you thought. It could earn you one hundred bucks worth of tickets to Mona's summer festival, Mofo, in January 2017.


Terms and Conditions ↓




  1. This promotion is being conducted by Moorilla Estate Pty Ltd trading as Mona, Museum of Old and New Art and Dark Mofo ABN: 34 120 281 656

  2. The prize includes Mona Foma Festival Tickets up to the value of $100.

  3. Mona Foma is held during January 2017 in Hobart Tasmania.

  4. The total prize value is $100 and includes tickets only. Flights and accommodation are not included.

  5. Prizes cannot be transferred, exchanged or refunded for cash.

  6. Entrants must submit their email address at the end of the 2016 Dark Mofo survey to enter.

  7. Each entrant may only enter once.

  8. Mona will send an email with the link to the survey to Dark Mofo ticket buyers on Thursday 30 June.

  9. The promotion commences at 10am on Tuesday 28 June 2016 and continues until midnight on Sunday July 10.

  10. The winner will be selected at 10am on Monday 11 July 2016.

  11. The winning email address will be digitally drawn, by means of a SQL statement, from the database table of entrants and posted online at mofo.net.au.

  12. The winner will be notified by email on Tuesday 12 July, 2016 and asked to contact a Mona staff member to claim the prize.

  13. If the prize is not claimed within two weeks (14 days) the prize will be redrawn.

  14. Mona reserves the right to draw a new winner if an entry is invalid or an ineligible entrant is drawn.

  15. The prize will be sent to the winning entrant December 2016.

  16. Entrants must be 18 years or older to enter.

  17. ID may be requested to confirm proof of age, residence and identity of the winner.

  18. Proof of identification considered suitable for verification is at the discretion of Mona. In the event that the winner cannot provide suitable proof, the winner will forfeit the prize in whole and no substitute will be offered.

  19. Employees of Mona and Dark Mofo, their family members or anyone else connected with the competition are not permitted to enter the competition.   

  20. Mona is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.    

  21. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrant will be used solely in accordance with the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988, and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent. Mona's Privacy Policy can be found at http://www.mona.net.au/shop/privacy-policy.aspx

  22. By participating in this competition, entrants automatically accept these terms and conditions.


Mona reserves the right to change the aforementioned terms and conditions at any time without prior notification. It is the entrant’s responsibility to check these terms and conditions for changes.


It's not goodbye yet: House of Mirrors' hours extended

The Dark Mofo dream continues: House of Mirrors opens again tomorrow (Friday), and runs right through until the end of school holidays. See the website for more info.

Extended hours:
Friday 24 June, 5 – 9pm
Saturday 25, Sunday 26, Monday 27 June, noon – 5pm
Wednesday – Monday thereafter until 10 July, noon – 5pm
Open till 7pm all other Fridays
Dark Park
Door sales $10

Privacy Policy