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FOMAnipaluna / HOBART 24—26 FEBRUARY 2023

Old Tafe Sessions: Sunday

Old TAFE Sessions Sunday

Featuring Perturbator, Soccer Mommy and Parvyn. Also happening during the day: Fantastic Futures and Lost in Place.

Tickets on the door

Subject to capacity

Accessibility Information

Physical access

The Paterson Street entrance is level. The Wellington Street entrance is accessible via a ramp, but it does have a narrow point (1m). There are lifts within the building. Accessible viewing platforms will be available, contact the Bookings & Enquiries team by emailing or calling +61 (3) 6277 9978.

Accessible parking nearby

Accessible parking at Paterson Street West (79–83 Paterson Street) with seven accessible spaces, lift and accessible toilet (cubicle open 24 / 7). This carpark is 150m from the venue.

Accessible toilets

There are 2 accessible toilets total on site—one in B block ground floor, and one in A block ground floor. See Mona Foma staff if you're having trouble finding them.

Quiet spaces/break out rooms for sensory relief

Block A, Room A1-04 (ground floor). Follow the signs; see Mona Foma staff if you need help finding it.

  • James Kent stares at the camera, not smiling. He has long dark hair and is wearing a black leather jacket, black t-shirt and jeans. His hands are tucked into the pockets of the jacket. The image is in black and white.



    ‘Cyber doom new wave’. Heavy synths, lengthy hair.

  • Sophia Allison aka Soccer Mommy stares up at the camera while crouching down. She has long hair, a nose ring, and is wearing a green jumper. The background is a solid pink colour.

    Soccer Mommy


    Rolling rock from one of Nashville’s most gifted songwriters. Warm, world-weary, maybe a little bit wonderful. Bring your feelings.

  • Parvyn wears a brown and gold latex outfit covered in harnesses. She holds her arms into the sky above her head and looks up towards them. Her long dark hair is in a plait, draped in front of her body from her right shoulder.



    Genre-drifting flow-state pop melds with classical Indian raga melodies, soul and jazz—all anchored by Parvyn’s ethereal, inimitable vocals.

  • Three men stand in a forest with two guitars and one drum kit. They all face the camera, wearing black clothing and white face-paint with black circles around their eyes.



    Anti-racist muslim death metal—extreme underground metal meets the rhythms of Turkey and Iran. Facepaint not mandatory.

Tickets on the door

Subject to capacity

Venue supported by

Red Panda Property