Dark Mofo will present the Winter Feast across two weeks at Princes Wharf 1 (PW1), from Thursday 13–Sunday 16 June and Thursday 20–Sunday 23 June, showcasing the best of the best Tasmanian food, wine and spirits, alongside a surprise international guest chef, yet to be announced.
The Nude Solstice Swim has an increased capacity for 2024 and will again take place at Long Beach at sunrise on Friday 21 June, welcoming back the light after the longest night.
Night Shift—a highlight of Dark Mofo 2021—will return to present two nights of dark, dank, dancefloor debauchery, well into the early hours on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 June.
Filling the art-shaped hole left in our midwinter revelry, the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) will open a new exhibition, Namedropping, where Mona’s curators zero in on status and the human pursuit—often fast and ferocious—of looking good in the eyes of others.
Namedropping will open with a lavish Gala at Mona on Friday 14 June. Historically invitation-only, this year will be different, with a limited number of tickets will be made available for purchase.