An all-femme lineup celebrates the diversity and talent of Melbourne's Asian-Australian community at this party at MPavilion.
Multicultural Arts Victoria's annual Asian-Australian arts and music festival, Mapping Melbourne, is wrapping up with a big closing night party under the stars at the crisp, white lines of this year's MPavilion structure.
Dubbed Medium Spicy, the free party will celebrate the creativity and diversity of Melbourne's Asian-Australian community with an all-femme lineup. Party curator and creative collective Big Bao has cued up Melbourne artists Aarti Jadu and ZK king for live sets, with experimental pop artist PRINCI (pictured) coming down from Sydney to headline the night. As the sun sets on the lush Queen Victoria Gardens, Felicity Yang and Big Bao DJs will be spinning tracks into the night.
Medium Spicy is just part of a huge and diverse MPavilion program of talks, performances, workshops and installations, which continues until March 22. An on-site kiosk is open from 9am daily, serving up Three Thousand Thieves coffee, Four Pillars Gin, wines by ShadowFax and Sample Brew beers. Sounds like a perfect excuse for a picnic in the gardens before the party kicks off at 5.30pm.
Image: PRINCI by Kristina Yenko.