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The Origami Light & Sound Festival returns this April

The Origami Light & Sound Festival will return to the Japanese Gardens in Gosford this April.

Drawing comparisons to Sydney’s renowned Vivid Festival, the festival melds light, music, and art into a multi-sensory experience that was a massive hit with locals and visitors in its first year.

“Origami is all about transporting festival-goers to an unexpected wonderland,” Festival Producer, Glitta Supernova said.

“I am so very proud of our team, you have to be brave to create new work, to bring unique experiences and talking points to the Central Coast.”

Musically the lineup alone is enough to set pulses racing. Electro-pop royalty Tessa Thames will be on the decks alongside global DJ sensations Stereogamous, known for their collaborations with musical icons like George Michael and Kylie.

Visually, projection artists St. Luc promise a 3D spectacle that is set to ignite the Gosford Japanese Gardens like never before.

The festival will also feature a traditional Japanese teahouse turned mini disco, 3D pathways illuminated by wild visuals, and live light-based performances. The Honest Cook will be serving up fresh, locally sourced traditional Sichuan dumplings and bao buns. The festival site will also feature a well-stocked bar with a range of refreshing beverages and nibbles.

The Origami Light & Sound Festival will take over the Japanese Gardens in Gosford on Saturday, 13 April, from 5 pm to 11:30 pm. Tickets are on sale now at naughtynoodle.com.au.