A Parade of strange non human entities: Monsters
An unnaturally large Egret gazes out across the grey evening sky. Her feathers pale blue, yellow and white, a skirt of lacy doilies.
As the sun sets, a small red woman rides a bike accomanied by a 9 foot Monster with a strange pink head

Dancing Monsters Community Parade

One of InDaily's 2022 festival Top Picks, we're back for a 4th year! 

The Annual Dancing Monsters Community parade is open for all to join and express connection with the Port Adelaide Yerta Bulti River and her inhabitants. 

As a Monster, you can mask the human face, and adorn yourself for the parade. There are no rules for this (apart from don't just buy a mask from Cheap as Chips).

Musicians and spectators are also welcome. 

We are living through great changes, and sometimes you just have to bundle the terror and wonder of it all into festive madness!

This time, we'll include a homage to the Moon Jellyfish, as they begin their spawning in the River this time of year. 

“The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born: now is the time of monsters.” (Antonio Gramsci)

Events • Dance
South Australia • SA Premiere

Sun, 17 Mar

120 min

Laneway Garden Stage at MixedCreative

Free Event (No Tickets Needed)

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