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Fed Square is set to celebrate the blue skies ahead with SKY CASTLE, a dreamy, interactive sound and light installation arriving on 14 November. The purpose-built installation features a cluster of inflatable arches that span in a colourful symphony across the Square. As guests move through the arches, their movement powers and progresses the melodic xylophone soundscape and stimulates colour changes in each arch – evocative of the joy and hope that rainbows bring after every storm.
This installation joins Fed Square’s newly transformed dining precinct, with various spaces created into outdoor dining zones, some that also offer the opportunity to order via QR code for contactless service.Live entertainment will run every day until 5 December.
To launch SKY CASTLE, Bernard Curry and his band Johnny Wonderpants will play an hour-set on the main stage from 6.30pm – featuring LIVE performance of the viral hit and love letter to Melbourne ‘Here Comes the Sun’ seen here.
SKY CASTLE is a creative partnership between Fed Square and Melbourne based studio ENESS.
In order to ensure a COVID Safe experience for all, visitors to the square will be asked to scan and enter their details into a contact tracing system. SKY CASTLE is 100% outdoors and visitors do not enter an interior space.The lights and sound of SKY CASTLE are activated kinetically – via movement, not touch. Security will be in place to ensure visitors refrain from touching the installation and will also remind visitors to follow social distancing requirements while exploring the installation.
Official opening: 7.30pm Saturday 14 November.
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