Last Saturday night, the Andamooka Hall transformed into a realm where music, lights, and community spirit converged to create an unforgettable experience.

A Symphony of Sound and Light

The evening unfolded with captivating live performances by Sasha March and Death By Carrot, setting the stage for an immersive journey through music and visuals. But it wasn’t just about the melodies but the symbiotic dance of light and sound orchestrated by talented artists.

Illuminating Creativity

Nic Mollison, Leila Day, Tayla Vujicic, and artists from Woomera, Roxby Downs, and Andamooka ignited the Andamooka Hall with their incredible content. After participating in a two-day workshop led by Nic, they channeled their creativity into breathtaking projections and lighting designs that came alive at the Andamooka Hall.

A Beacon of Support

None of this would have been possible without the generous support of various organisations. The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, the Lang Family Foundation, Foundation SA, Arts South Australia, and OSCA – Open Space Contemporary Arts lent their support, illuminating the path for artistic endeavours in the Andamooka Opal Fields.

Community, Creativity, and Charity

However, the event was more than just a spectacle; it celebrated community and giving back. The ‘May The Fourth Be With You: Live Music & Light Show’ left a lasting impression on attendees and raised $535 for the Andamooka RFDS Health Clinic, highlighting the power of collective goodwill.

Gratitude and Recognition

As the night unfolded seamlessly, the efforts of individuals like Paul Williams, the master behind the BBQ, and Jake Stirrat’s loan of his BBQ trailer fueled the festivities. Special appreciation goes out to Jono and Smurf, our dedicated road crew, whose behind-the-scenes efforts ensured the event’s success.

A Starlit Affair to Remember

As the stars twinkled overhead, and melodies filled the air, the ‘May The Fourth Be With You: Live Music & Light Show’ transcended the ordinary, leaving an indelible mark on all who attended. It was a testament to the magic that happens when creativity, community, and generosity converge under the vast expanse of the night sky.

Stay tuned for more live music, arts, and celestial events at the Andamooka Observatory. May the fourth be with you, always.