What’s Happening in Hobart this April

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Markets, mountains and music are on the menu this month in Hobart!

Re-Loved Market

Date: 3 April
Location: St George’s Church, 30 Cromwell Street, Battery Point

If you can think of nothing worse than a quality outfit lost to the sands of time, Re-Loved Market is the place to be this April. The market is all about re-homing a huge range of vintage and retro items on the cheap, but it’s not just about any old clothes. Rather, it’s about high-quality pieces that are too good for garage sales or charity bins that would otherwise be wasting away in the back of cupboards and wardrobes. Find out more

 

Low at MONA

Date: 9 April
Location: MONA, 655 Main Road, Berriedale

Low is a three-piece outfit from Minnesota – veritable gods in the slowcore indie rock scene. After returning to Australia following a six-year absence from our shores, they’re playing a series of special intimate performances within MONA’s Eros/Thanatos rooms. Come along and hear the haunting vocal harmonies of music veterans Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker accompanied by minimalist instrumentation. It’ll be an aural experience unlike any other that you won’t want to miss if you’re a music aficionado. Find out more

 

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Date: 16 April
Location: Farrall Centre – The Friends’ School, 365 Argyle Street, North Hobart

Here’s your chance to experience the very best of mountain culture and sports right here in Hobart. The Banff Mountain Film Festival is the most prestigious international film competition that attracts the best filmmakers and documentarians from around the world. With over 375 films entered annually, the best films on mountains sports, environment, culture and adventure will be packed into a 2 hour session of awesome visuals and stories for your viewing pleasure. Find out more

 

The Proclaimers

Date: 19 April
Location: Wrest Point Entertainment Centre

We’re pretty sure anyone would walk 500 miles and 500 more just to see Scottish legends The Proclaimers in concert. It’s been a while since the veteran duo, Charlie and Craig Reid, have stepped foot on our shores, and they’re back with a bang for a national tour this year. They’ll be breaking out all the classics, including I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) and Sunshine On Leith, which debuted at #1 and #2 respectively on the ARIA charts back in the late 80s, and have gone on to become cult anthems. So it’s safe to say if you like rock, you don’t want to miss this powerhouse pair. Find out more

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