WONDER at HOTA
WONDER at HOTA
WONDER at HOTA
WONDER at HOTA

WONDER at HOTA


Get set to treat your ears, eyes and mind with powerful live music, sensory art, dance, soundscapes, circus and film at HOTA this October – the city’s arts precinct will be home to a massive 11-day program of free and ticketed events, aptly named WONDER, which will run from October 1–11.

Headlining HOTA’s spring events program is Gaia – an awe-inspiring installation featuring a seven-metre replica of Earth, featuring exceptionally detailed images from NASA showing the globe’s surface the way only astronauts have witnessed before – from outer space. If you head there on a Friday evening (October 2 and 9), you can chill at the Lawn Bar and take in the magnificent Gaia backdrop with a wine in hand as the sun sets, or ogle it in the daylight at the free outdoor Yoga on The Lawn sessions, held on Sundays (October 4 and 11) right under the majestic Earth replica.

On Saturday October 3, Sounds of Wanderlust, curated and directed by ARIA Award-winning guitar virtuosa Karin Schaupp, will light up the outdoor stage for a glorious Saturday night of tunes, then on Saturday October 10 experience Return to Earth – an evening performance of contemporary dance, music and circus on the Outdoor Stage. The program rounds out in spectacular fashion with The Birth and Death of Stars – a live show of exotic rhythms and melodies by beat makers Mzaza, performed on the Outdoor Stage right underneath Gaia. That’s just some of the highlights, folks – peep the full WONDER program here and start planning!

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