East Coast Events & Festivals
Festival of Voices Unplugged TBA, Winter 2020
The Festival that ‘unplugs’ from the capital and weaves its way through various locations, along the glorious east coast of Tasmania.
Experience amazing food, wine, world class beaches and vistas, wrapped up with some incredible vocal and musical talents from across the country.
The Great Eastern Wine Weekend September 04 – 07, 2020
The Great Eastern Wine Weekend is held annually and showcases the region’s finest food and wines.
The two-day event offers an exciting occasion to explore Tasmania’s East Coast wine region through a variety of special events and cellar door discounts.
Visit cellar doors along the Great Eastern Drive and talk with the wine makes, enjoy fantastic food along the route and get discounts at each cellar door.
Blooming Tasmania Festival September 2020, Dates TBA
Blooming Tasmania “Tasmanian Flower & Garden Festival” aims to promote the very best Tasmania has to offer in garden tourism, horticulture, floristry, landscape design & related business
The two-week event opens in Triabunna plus Open Garden & Arts Trails across Tasmania. As the program for 2017 becomes available we will update the information.
Major Tasmanian Events & Festivals
MOFO 11 – 20 January, 2020
MONA FOMA (an acronym for Museum of Old and New Art: Festival Of Music and Art, often further shortened to MOFO), is an annual festival based in Hobart curated by Brian Ritchie bass player from the rock band Violet Femmes. It is billed as Tasmania’s largest contemporary music festival and showcases the work of artists in a broad range of art forms, including sound, noise, dance, theatre, visual art, performance & new media. Source Wikipedia
Dark MOFO 10 – 22 June 2020
Dark Mofo is a winter version of the MONA FOMA festival. It celebrates the darkness of the (southern) winter solstice and features a range of events and performances around the city of Hobart
Festival of Voices – 1 – 16 July (Winter) 2020
Festival of Voices transforms Tasmanian towns into singing cities every July. As Australia’s premier celebration of the voice, it attracts thousands of singers, choristers and music lovers, for the chance to hear harmonies soaring in concert halls, theatres and public spaces across the state. The Festival of Voices brings some of the most respected singers from across Australia and overseas to Tasmanian shores. For twelve years it has been presenting a remarkable program of performances and – uniquely – vocal workshops run by critically acclaimed artists, creating a festival experience like no other.