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Geelong After Dark - Heighten Your Senses

The Dome will be alive with sound and music … as Geelong After Dark returns for 2019.


This year’s Geelong After Dark adventures at the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre will include a number of unusual, interactive performances and installations, designed to treat the ears of visitors of all ages.

One such treat will be Boombox Requests - for one night only get on your leg warmers and go totally 80s! Or join the musical comedy troupe Impromptunes who will bring a mischievous mix of improv and musical theatre. Plus much more!

Geelong After Dark is an artistic exploration of the heart of Geelong. Held annually, the night is about entering and embracing the unknown. Discover the laneways, hidden spaces and the city’s cultural buildings after dark and experience interactive art, street performances, installations, music, exhibitions, projections and more.

In 2019 we invite you to Heighten Your Senses and abandon what you know. 

See you when the sun goes down…

Taking place on Friday 3 May, 6pm - 10pm.

For more information, visit the Geelong After Dark website

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