An annual summer festival of music and art will be back in 2022 across both Launceston and Hobart after securing $6.9 million in state funding for the next three years.
Mona Foma will visit Launceston from January 21-23 and Hobart from January 28-30.
Artistic director Brian Ritchie said delivering the festival in two cities in January 2021 felt "nothing less than a miracle".
"Come January 2022 we'll do it again and promise another festive burst of euphoria and unforgettable moments," he said.
"Our team is working on strange new venues, indefatigable creativity, cultivation of powerful talent and the unpredictable."
The festival has previously seen a psychedelic laser ghost train at Penny Royal Adventures, a treasure hunt at Hinsby Beach, a sellout Flaming Lips gig on the lawns of Mona, a giant puppet show at Cataract Gorge, and a live radio club night broadcast from the top of kunanyi/Mount Wellington.
The full Mona Foma program will be released on December 3, with tickets to go on sale December 6.
For more information or to sign up to the mailing list visit monafoma.net.au.