MAC’s Sounds of the World brings multicultural musical odyssey to Moonah in March

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THE much-loved Moonah Sounds of the World concert series returns to the Moonah Arts Centre (MAC) this month, bringing new talent, emerging artists and established acts to town.

Celebrating the rich diversity of culture present in the northern suburbs, this live music series will showcase the music and dance of our multicultural communities.

Moonah Sounds of the World is an annual celebration of people and places, with the distinct flavour of Moonah and its surroundings, bringing the community together to experience and uncover amazing performances and cultural displays.

This year, Moonah Sounds of the World will culminate in a Harmony Day Celebration at MAC on Saturday 25 March. From 10am to 3pm, MAC will be full of activities, market stalls, an array of food options, traditional dance, live music and much more. This is a free event and everyone from the community is welcome to attend.

Glenorchy City Council Arts and Culture Coordinator Andrew Clark said he was pleased to have the series return after the success of 2022. “We’re so grateful for our many creative partners, artists and community groups who are working with us to create this year’s festival. We’re really excited to share this year’s line-up with audiences,” Mr Clark said.

The melting pot series features acts ranging from South Sudanese traditional party music to carnival tunes from the Andean region of South America.

Moonah Sounds of the World will take place at MAC every Saturday night in March. Doors open at 7.30pm, shows start at 8pm.

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