Mona Sessions: Sunday
Featuring Bikini Kill, Vieux Farka Touré, Kutcha Edwards and Miss Kaninna
$75 / $65+ $6 booking fee
Sunday 26 February, doors 5pm
Mona Lawns events are mostly accessible, with some limitations to sightlines. Accessible viewing platforms will be available—contact the Bookings & Enquiries team on firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 (3) 6277 9978.
Accessible parking nearby
We recommend catching the ferry to Mona. By the time Mofo comes around, there’ll be an accessible entrance via tunnel if you need it. If this is you, make yourself known to staff on the ferry. The ferry departs Hobart from Brooke Street Pier (accessible via lift and ramp entrance). So does our wheelchair-accessible bus.
If driving to Mona, accessible parking spots are located in the main car park, approximately 300m from the museum entrance and 150m from the Mona Sessions main gate. Go to the top of the driveway, turn left and look for the signs. Alternatively, get dropped off at the bus stop at the top of the drive, approximately 150m from the museum entrance, or 50m from the Mona Sessions main gate. If you're parking and need a shorter route into the Sessions, see Mona Foma staff at the boom gate.
Perceivable written materials
Mobile Tickets or PDF tickets are available for this event.
Available at the Wine Bar and Ether Buildings at the rear of the event.
All gender toilets
Accessible toilets and portaloos on site are all gender.
Quiet spaces/break out rooms for sensory relief
Follow the signs or see staff at the entrance gates if you require access to a quieter space during the event.
Girls to the front; girls to the front. Double dare ya.
Vieux Farka Touré
Vieux chose the musician’s life instead of becoming a soldier. We’re glad. Dreamy desert blues from Mali.
Proud Mutti Mutti songman Kutcha (and band) perform songs and stories to lift the spirit.
Soulful, bold expressions of life as a young Yorta-Yorta, Yirendali and Kalkadoon woman in ‘Australia’. Hell of a voice, with groove to spare.