GASP LIGHT NYE 2017 is a new take on New Year’s Eve
… it’s chilled, sophisticated and all about illuminating new points of potential across time and space.
It’s not what you might imagine NYE to be…we invite you to enjoy a relaxed evening of contemporary dance, experimental sound art & music, street food and drinks with Friends and Family
GASP (Glenorchy Art & Sculpture Park) presents:
Sunday 31 December 2017 | 7pm – 1am
A very special opportunity to be part of the Contemporary Revival of
two extraordinary Devil Devil Dance performances!
Gooniyandi Dancers, Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia
The Tasmanian Premiere of Joowarri Joonba, a dance revived in 2012 by the Gooniyandi people from Fitzroy Crossing, WA.
A mesmerizing performance – beguiling in its ability to hold an audience on a unique spatial plateau, somehow emitting a light source of its own.
Pakana Kanaplila Dancers, Tasmania
A rare contemporary performance of this significant
Tasmanian Aboriginal dance story
… since 1847 at Wybalenna on Flinders Island.
Peak Body | Ani Lou | Scot Cotterell | Nat Grant & Richie Cyngler
Philomath | Soil | Dani Kirby & Mat Ward | DJ Smokin Mango
Deep End Farm Bao Zi | Wild Thyme Kitchen BBQ Seafood
Kaki Lima Indonesian | Small-batch Tasmanian Wines, Craft Beers & Cider
LIMITED TICKETS | Bookings Essential
General Admission $25.00 | Concession $15.00
Ages 16 & under Free with Parent or Guardian
ONLY TICKET HOLDERS WILL GAIN ENTRY
VALID CONCESSION CARDS MUST BE SHOWN AT THE GATE
NO BYO ALCOHOL or FOOD
This is an outdoor event
Bring a blanket or a camp chair
GASP Pavilion Wilkinson’s Point | Derwent River, Glenorchy, Tasmania
Entry via Brooker Highway | Parking at the Derwent Entertainment Centre.
Elwick Bay Foreshore
Brooker Highway 7010
03 6216 6373
GASP Head Office – Glenorchy City Council
374 Main Road Glenorchy
Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park is a Not-for-Profit Australian Public Company Limited by Guarantee
ACN 145 591 304.