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14 Sep 2019 | 12.00pm - 11.00pm

SOFT CENTRE would like to acknowledge that this event, and all work that we undertake, happens on stolen land. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land which this event is held, the Cabrogal people of the Darug nation and their Elders past, present, and emerging.



Payment plans available until mid August.

SOFT CENTRE is a one-day festival of dark abstraction. Experimental electronic music, radical performance art, large-scale light installations and new media works intersect to create an unforgettable day at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in South West Sydney. Awarded ‘Music Event of the Year’ at FBi Radio’s 2017 and 2018 Sydney Music, Arts & Culture Awards.

First line-up announce is coming next week. Visit www.softcentre.com.au for more information.


We invite Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people from our community to SOFT CENTRE, if they wish to come. An allocation of free tickets are available – please email hello@softcentre.com.au for enquiries.

All booking fees gathered from this event will be donated to Yalari, a NFP that provides education scholarships for Indigenous children from regional, rural and remote communities.

SOFT CENTRE is a safer space with a zero tolerance policy towards any form of discrimination or harassment. There will be systems in place on the day for you to reach out to event organisers if you are being made to feel uncomfortable or notice any disrespectful or predatory behaviour.

CPAC is fully wheelchair accessible and equipped with gender-neutral toilets. Strobes and smoke machines / hazers will be in use. For any concerns or questions about accessibility, please visit the SOFT CENTRE website directly or email us at hello@softcentre.com.au

Proudly supported by FBi Radio and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre

Event Information

LocationCasula Powerhouse
Arts Centre

Phone02 8711 7123


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