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FOMAnipaluna / HOBART 24—26 FEBRUARY 2023

Punk Bunker

Three photographs collaged together of bands: 208L Containers, Threats and Hazeen. 208L Containers and Hazeen are posing for the camera, whereas Threats is performing on stage. 208L Containers and Threats photograph is in black and white.

Loud sounds in a concrete box. Part of the Old Tafe Sessions. Get your ticket here.

Friday 17–Sunday 19 February, 7–11pm

(whenever there's not music on the main stage)

Accessibility Information

Full wheelchair access

Paterson Street entrance is fully accessible. The Wellington Street entrance is accessible via a ramp, but it does have a narrow point.

Partial wheelchair access
There are lifts within the building for those with accessibility needs.

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). See Mona Foma staff if you need assistance.

  • Four male members of 208L Containers stand facing the camera. Each person has a circle around their head with a magnified view of their face showing only their nose and eyes. The whole image is in black and white.

    208L Containers

    Friday 17 February

    Absurdist rockers straddling the line between post-punk and pub rock. Imagine John Clarke riffing over a slightly warped Minutemen cassette.

  • Black and white photograph of four-piece band Threats performing on stage. Two members play the guitar, another is playing the drums while the lead singer tilts their head upwards to sing into a hand-held microphone. Amps and graffiti can be seen behind them.


    Saturday 18 February

    Gnarly, guava-flavoured Vodka Cruiser-driven ‘alcopop-punk’, eager to drag you down into some sort of oblivion. See them at the Old Tafe Sessions: Saturday and in the Punk Bunker, more info below.

  • 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.


    Sunday 19 February

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