Winter Light Opening Night After Party

presented by Salamanca Arts Centre

Winter Light Opening Night After Party

presented by Salamanca Arts Centre

After the splendour of the opening party in Salamanca Square, follow the lanterns as they meander down to Salamanca Arts Centre, witness the unveiling of the Obon lanterns in The Courtyard and watch (or join in!) the Obon dancers as they celebrate this beautiful ancient tradition.
After watching the dancers, head up to the Founders Room and dance the rest of the night away with DJs L$F and Ari Eva.

Thursday 11 August 2022
9.00pm – 11pm
Free event, but you need to RSVP below


Whilst the wearing of masks is not mandatory it is recommended in certain situations by Tasmanian Public Health.  Masks will be available upon entering the venue for those patrons who would like one.  

If you’re unwell, it is recommended that you stay at home, and we look forward to welcoming you at Salamanca Arts Centre another time.


Photo: Ash Carey

L$F

L$F is an experimental hip-hop, baile funk and electronic DJ based in nipaluna Hobart. L$F mixes whatever she wants and spins everything from K-pop bangers to Gabber, celebrating the curious, infectious and joyful nature of dance club culture. Rest assured that L$F understands the assignment to have fun, so expect a performance that you and Jimin can get down and dirty to!

Photo: Ash Carey

Ari Eva

Ari Eva’s intuitive style and wide-ranging taste will pull you in, to get your body moving and your soul on the dance floor. Her contagious high-energy DJ sets feature an eclectic mix of songs from different eras. 

In under 12 months in the Tasmanian DJ scene, Ari Eva has already played shows at most of the bars and clubs in Hobart’s nightlife district as well as for numerous events such as Dark Mofo, The Taste Of Tasmania, Mona and Great Escape Music Festival.



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