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ONO pres. Spring's Promise: Vol 3 w/ OK EG (live), DJ Mum & Aarti Jadu (live)

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Room, artists and audience— we all form part of the instrument.

‘Spring's Promise’ is a three part series celebrating warmth and collective listening. With three shows spread across six weeks, the program gives shape and expression to our lives, feelings and transitions.  

Volume 3 sits on the threshold of the here and now and what’s to be. Uplifting, communal and disquieting reverberations will be woven into the closing instalment of the series.

OK EG - Live

(Animalia / Steeplejack)

DJ Mum 

(Local Knowledge)

Aarti Jadu - Live

(Crown Ruler)

Discounted 'Series Passes' are available to attend all 3 shows - $62 + BF

Spring's Promise: Vol 1  - Mosam Howieson’s ‘Aphelion’ LP ‘ALBUM LAUNCH’ w/ Mosam Howieson (Live), Soft-High (Sleep D) & E. Fishpool:

Thursday 11 November

Spring's Promise: Vol 2 w/ Grace Ferguson (live), DBR & Anuraag

Thursday 18 November


This event and the work to get it happening takes place on stolen land where sovereignty was never ceded. We pay respects to the First Nations custodians of the land we work and play on, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation and the Wathaurong People of Wada Warrung Country and their leaders past present and emerging. 

An allocation of free tickets for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are available – please DM the ONO page and we’ll organise a ticket.


For anyone who's not in the position to buy a full price ticket we’ve allowed for an allocation of concessions. 


There are no strobes or flickering lights in this venue. ONO aims to create a warm and caring atmosphere; our lighting is dim, low impact and relaxing. 

Unfortunately, Miscellania is not wheelchair accessible. For any accessibility questions please DM the Miscellania or ONO page or read through the accessibility document in the link below:

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