Here are our favourites from the 2020 festival program...

Performances in the City...

Thirteen Ways to Look at Birds

Performing a soaring new song cycle about birds and the poetry they’ve inspired, alongside special guests at Princess Theatre, Thursday 16 January. 

Faux Mo

Go all the way, from dusk until dawn, as Mona Foma take their chameleon club on an all-night odyssey of love and forgiveness at Launceston Workers Club, Saturday 18 January. 

Amanda Palmer

The patron saint of all things Mofo returns to perform a grand manifesto of survival and empathy at the Princess Theatre, Sunday 20 January.


Performing his immersive new project, Seven Days Walking, inspired by a winter’s walk in the Alps at the Princess Theatre, Saturday 19 January.

You can view the full program + get your tickets at, and for places to eat, drink shop & play in Launceston Central City go here.

Image supplied by Mona Foma.

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Architects of Air

Make your merry way through a giant, breathing sculpture of colour and light—part technicolour temple, part inflatable rabbit warren—sprawled along the banks of the Tamar.

King Ubu (free event)

A larger-than-life puppet extravaganza based on Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi: a wild satire of power and greed from nineteenth-century France, updated here for modern-day Launceston.