Big Bao and Multicultural Arts Victoria present ‘Medium Spicy ‘



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Medium Spicy will be the closing night party for Mapping Melbourne, the annual Asian-Australian arts and music festival held by Multicultural Arts Victoria. Hosted by Asian-Australian collective Big Bao, the party will celebrate the festival and the diversity and brilliance of the Asian-Australian creative community at our doorstep. The femme-only line-up consists of the inimitable PRINCI from Sydney as headline, Melbourne artists Aarti Jadu and ZK king also playing live, and Felicity Yang and Big Bao DJs on the decks throughout the afternoon and into the evening.

This event is supported by RACV.

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