This nocturnal counterpart to NGV Triennial offers music, food stalls and performances to accompany the blockbuster exhibition.
Adam D'Sylva and his restaurant Tonka are taking over the NGV's Garden Restaurant with an exclusive menu of modern Indian cuisine. Plus, there will be bespoke pastries from Lune Croissanterie, a wine bar from Yering Station at the Tea Room, and a pop-up Asahi Bar.
The program includes nightly DJ sets from the likes of Andras, 6am at the Garage, Andee Frost, Claire Knight and Edge Worker. .
There'll also be a series of talks and performances, including Scarlett Night, a drag performance by artist Scotty So that takes visitors through Adam Nathaniel Furman and Sibling Architecture's installation Boudoir Babylon, an homage to songstresses around the world.
All events are free.