10am - 6pm
17 Esplanade West, Triabunna
$10 - $20
The main event! Squid Day Out is a family-friendly, cephalopod-driven celebration at the Spring Bay Museum & Discovery Centre, down by trayapana / Triabunna wharf.
Music from PARKER, Lazer Baby, エミエミ (emi emi), Tash Zappala and The Kucera Brothers.
Talks from cephalopod experts Gretta Pecl and Zoe Doubleday; author of Dyschronia Jennifer Mills; Sam Elsom from SeaForest and a panel of professional squid fishers - hosted by the ABC's Zoe Kean.
Vegetarian + pescatarian food stalls include Formosa Bites, Kiltro Street Food, plus a well-stocked bar.
... aaaaaaand Terrapin's Tip Duck, Beaker Street's Science Bar, Mr Fishface's Marvellous Puppet Circus... and lots more.
Squid Day Out has a limited capacity and it's going to be popular... get your tickets now to ensure you don't miss out!
Multi-disciplinary artist, songwriter, musician and producer Tash Parker brings her Body of Work to the Squid Fest stage.
Nipaluna/Hobart based. Mix bag of characters, your friendly local lazer beam dream team.
Tasha Zappala is a singer-songwriter based in lutruwita/Tasmania. When not serenading she spends her time in the southern woods making billypots of beans, drinking tea and capturing field recordings.
エミエミ (emi emi) is the experimental J-pop project from Launceston's very own Emi Doi.
The Kucera Brothers
The Kucera Brothers - Sam Kucera, Colin Kucera and Alex McArthur, have played and written americana music together for the better part of the last 2 decades.
Nita Education provides Tasmanian Aboriginal cultural experiences - inspiring connection to our 50,000+ year old culture and encouraging young palawa/pakana to embrace their culture.
Meet Ibsen - the world’s first rubbish-collecting Ibis - from startup company International Bin Integration Services (I.B.I.S)
Join host Zoe Kean in conversation with author Jennifer Mills on her novel Dyschronia, shortlisted for the 2019 Miles Franklin Award.
Based in trayapana / Triabunna, Seaforest are cultivating solutions to climate change. Learn how.
Ever shared a cocktail with a biologist?
Beaker Street's core goal is to make science accessible to all while exploring the intersection of science and art.