Win return flights and tickets to Mona Foma for you and 149 of your closest pals

The Museum of Old and New Art’s famed summer festival Mona Foma recently announced its first headline acts of the 2020 program: superstar classical pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi and LA artist Flying Lotus’ 3D tour experience.

Eager to get amongst the action but stuck on the mainland? You’re in luck.

The festival is teaming up with Tourism Tasmania to give away the biggest prize in the island’s festival history, an entire Boeing 737 to fly you and 149 mates to Launceston for the 2020 festival.

Worth $99K, the package includes 150 seats aboard the ‘Air Mofo’ party jet with festival inspired in-flight entertainment and performances. All passengers will also receive festival passes and a return flight home.

To win, you’ll need to spot the Air Mofo plane on Mona Foma’s online satellite map of Tassie when the competition goes live on Thursday 10 October 2019.

It’s all or nothing, with the first to spot the purple and yellow aircraft winning all 150 seats.

The map is already live and riddled with clues to the plane’s location. Air Mofo subscribers will receive additio

nal tips ahead of the competition’s launch. For even more clues, dig around the Mona Foma website, social media channels and any marketing materials you can get your hands on.

The winner will be announced on Tuesday 15 October and will have a month to rally the troops and find 149 of their nearest and dearest to fill the party plane come January.

Boarding on the mainland in either Melbourne or Sydney, Air Mofo will land in Launceston on Friday 17 January ahead of the main festival weekend.

Mona Foma Curator Brian Ritchie has kicked things off with the first clue, saying, “in the modern world most of us can count our friends on the fingers of both hands. So you’ll need 30 hands if you’re gonna fill up your winning Air Mofo flight by finding the location of our Air Mofo jet. It’s located somewhere in Tasmania but not somewhere that starts with A, B or Z”.

Enter the competition here. Happy plane spotting and good luck!

Image by Ben Neale
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