Mofo Sessions

Launceston: 21 January

Ticketed event
Fully accessible


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

Friday 21 January, doors 5pm

$57 / $47
COVID 19 Information

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


Growing Pains

A woman with luxuriously tattooed arms sits with her hands joined beneath her chin, elbows on her knees. She is wearing a brash red beret and large red sunglasses with no frames. There's a red oil barrel in the background.


pakana performer Denni Proctor—joined by Greeley, DJ Dameza, and a rotating squad of accomplices—presents pieces from her newest EP: an almost—chaotic collection held together by her colourful voice and storytelling, as well as some older works and whatever fun her special guests bring.



Raw, explorative black metal from a Naarm three-piece influenced by Nusantara and ancient Javanese traditions. Let your hair down.



An assemblage of new and old surf footage and ephemera from Tassie film maker, designer and pro surfer Dion Agius, accompanied by a spontaneously composed live surf-rock soundtrack from Brian Ritchie and Associates. The band will be seeing the footage for the first time, guaranteeing truly responsive improvisation.

Prospectus Saxophone Quartet

Saxophone Special


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.