Dark Mofo
Date range

Liars, Black Cab, Slag Queens

Post-everything mavericks light up the Odeon.

date and time

Sunday 20 June, 8–11pm (doors 7pm)


Odeon Theatre, Liverpool Street


Free (via ballot)

Post-everything mavericks light up the Odeon.

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Please note:
Liars have replaced Jeremy Gara in the lineup. This is a seated performance, for obvious, pandemic-themed reasons. We’ll let you know if this changes. If you want to sit together, arrive together.
Venue accessibility:
This venue is accessible. Assisted wheelchair access is available via a separate entry. If you have accessibility requirements, contact Ticket Support on tickets@mona.net.au or +61 (3) 6277 9978 to discuss your options and facilitate your attendance at the event.

A man exploring a cave looks up towards the light.

One of music’s most erratically indefinable art-rock acts.

Three band members stand from background to foreground.
Black Cab

Seventies and eighties-inspired Krautrock and driving electronica.

The band members stand outdoors in the sun looking happily at the camera.
Slag Queens

Champagne communists peddling off-kilter post-punk, dance bangers, and the odd power ballad.