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Last Night Of The Proms: A Classical Spectacular

Bring your best voice and party spirit as we raise the roof at Perth Concert Hall with WASO’s annual barnstorm of flag-waving favourites.

  • Dates:Jun 24 -25
  • Time(s):7.30pm Fri 24 Jun, 7.30pm Sat 25 Jun
  • Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Details

  • Music:Orchestral,Classical
  • Hosted By:WASO
  • Ticket Price:$30- $115
  • Event Venue:Perth Concert Hall
  • Produced By:WASO

Description

Join conductor Guy Noble, the WASO Chorus and special guests for a spectacular musical feast, complete with a cavalcade of classical hits. As always, the concert comes to an unmissable end with the traditional ‘Last Night of the Proms’ sing-a-long including Jerusalem and Rule, Britannia.

Yirra Yaakin Vignette Series

Yirra Yaakin Vignette Series champions emerging First Nations playwrights by presenting their scripts on stage at Subiaco Arts Centre.

  • Dates:Jun 2 - Jul 2
  • Venue:Subiaco Arts Centre
  • Time(s):Evening shows 7pm; Matinees 2pm

Details

  • Produced By:Yirra Yaakin
  • Event Venue:Subiaco Arts Centre
  • Type:Aboriginal
  • Performing Arts:Theatre
  • Hosted By:Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair access, Auslan interpreted performance & Audio described performance
  • Ticket Price:$25

Description

Journey with the characters in 8 short plays as they find the courage to confess their love, go where they aren’t welcome, become who they want to be and fight for justice in an unjust world. The Yirra Yaakin Vignette Series is a collection of some of the best short scripts written and developed as part of the Yirra Yaakin Metro Writers’ Group 2020 and 2021. Originally delivered as readings at Yirra Yaarnz and now compiled and put into production for your enjoyment. Acted and directed by some of Perth’s most exciting, up and coming First Nations artists that hold the future of theatre in their hands! This is a show you don’t want to miss!

Michael Shafar - The Return of Shafar

As seen and heard on Network 10's The Project and Studio 10, the ABC's Comedy Bites, triple j's Good Az Friday and pretty much everywhere.

  • Dates:25 June 2022
  • Time(s):6:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Venue:Oasis Comedy Club

Details

  • Performing Arts:Comedy
  • Hosted By:Oasis Comedy Club
  • Ticket Price:$25

Description

Michael Shafar is one of the most exciting new voices in Australian comedy, selling out shows around the country by offering practical (and hilarious) solutions to the world's biggest problems. How do we get everyone vaccinated? How do we solve the housing crisis? How do we fold a fitted sheet? Michael is ready to answer all of these questions and more (except for how to fold a fitted sheet, which seems to require some sort of dark magic). "Shafar circumnavigates the line between edgy and offensive with beautiful finesse" 4.5 STARS - The Age.

David Thompson in the House

It has been three years since David Thompson graced us with his fiery presence, and we are thrilled to welcome him back to our Bangkok basement abode.

  • Dates:Jun 24 & 25
  • Time(s):From 5pm
  • Venue:Long Chim, State Building

Details

  • Ticket Price:$145 + bf // $195 + bf
  • Food & Drink:Restaurant,Food Event

Description

For two nights, David Thompson will deliver an epic shared Thai feast – featuring a mix of classic and never before seen dishes full of spice and flavour. If you’re feeling extra cheeky, add on an arrival cocktail and paired wines – specially matched for these tongue-tingling dishes. This experience includes a Thai dining feast encompassing ten Long Chim dishes with or without paired wines.

INXS New Sensation - Tribute Show

New Sensation will be teaming up with Starr Special Events once again to bring the Stirling Arms Guildford alive in a massive 2 & 1/2 hour tribute to Australia's biggest band, INXS.

  • Dates:Jun 24
  • Time(s):7pm
  • Venue:Stirling Arms Hotel

Details

  • Music:Tribute Band

Description

Featuring all your favourite INXS tunes, New Sensation don't just play the music, they live and breathe it, fully immersed in the look, feel and sound of INXS in their heyday. Selecting tunes from a 40 year INXS career, New Sensation will perform a wide range of tracks that you know and love including Never Tear Us Apart, Kick, Devil Inside, Original Sin, Suicide Blonde, Guns In The Sky, Don't Change, Just Keep Walking and many more. Oh and of course we play New Sensation !

Jaguar Jonze - Bunny Mode Tour

There is nothing predictable about the remarkable rise of the artist Jaguar Jonze

  • Venue:Jack Rabbit Slims
  • Dates:Jun 24
  • Time(s):8.00pm

Details

  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

Her success stems from hard work and her pure creative vision, with LITTLE FIRES (Eurovision Australia Entry) the latest step in cementing her position in the cultural landscape. As the public artist voice of the Australian #metoo movement, Jaguar Jonze has appeared on The Project, triple j’s Hack, The Guardian and in numerous news pieces as she strives to create meaningful change in the music industry. Her latest musical work will sit alongside her photography and visual art as another reason this truly unique and iconic artist cannot be ignored.

Kim Little

Kim Little with tranXista and FILTH GODDESS

  • Venue:Moana Hall
  • Dates:Jun 24

Details

  • Hosted By:Strange Festival
  • Produced By:Strange Festival

Description

Ethereal noise artist Kim Little performs a live improvised soundtrack to an original experimental movie. With a background in filmmaking and video art, Kim Little has always mixed their visual art into their musical projects. Sink into floating voids as she live sculpts textures, tones, looping vocal harmonies in strange healing spells and deep lamentations. This season of tranXista performances positions both plants and audiences at the centre of an immersive sound field. we engage cactus and an agave in a living audio experience for us humans to get curious with. together we explore how gender concepts influence aspects of plants, and the way their unusual expressions are received and interpreted by us. FILTH GODDESS summons the seething sound of light and dark: the loud, the quiet; the pure, the profane. They make a sacred union of the harmonium and string FX, conjuring sonic explorations that both slay and soothe. Borne of Perth's experimental music scene, FILTH GODDESS' elemental ritual drone has been described as mesmerising and transcendental.

Machine Girl

Machine Girl is a solo turned two piece digital hardcore outfit consisting of vocalist / producer Matt Stephenson and drummer Sean Kelly.

  • Venue:Badlands Bar
  • Dates:Jun 24
  • Time(s):8.00pm

Details

  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

Cutting their teeth on the DIY circuit across North America, Machine Girl have quickly become known for their unpredictable and cathartic live shows, amassing a rabid following of club kids, punks and metal heads reveling in the bands amorphous blur between grindcore mosh pit and underground gabber rave. Alongside fellow New York artists Bonnie Baxter, Prison Religion and Deli Girls, Machine Girl spearhead a recent wave of DIY music culture existing on the borders between punk, noise, techno, and rap, with few, if any, belonging squarely to any one tradition. Sonically collapsing the borders between these genres Machine Girl’s music reflects the sensual overload of a omnipresent media in which public truth has become a prism of intersubjective realities and global tribalism no longer bound to a common fabric of facts or local cultural truths. It represents a postmodern world in which cultural points of reference have become universal, readily available to anyone at any time to be consumed, disconnected from their original meaning to be rearranged, culturally recharged and globally reconnected in ad lib fashion. In the duos music and live performances this unstable reality is not only being reflected but celebrated and thus pushed to its inevitable conclusion: horror, violence, surrealism, anxiety and chaos - all hyperactivated, peaking in the ego's death to thus clear the way for personal transcendence. To cleanse yourself, hit the reset button and ask: How to become a decent human being? What are the responsibilities that come with this kind of freedom? Are we victims or perpetrators? What can be done?

Manjimup Truffle and Wine Festival

Truffle fans rejoice! Against the odds, there is still a chance to enjoy the famed fungi in Manjimup this year.

  • Dates:June 24, 25, 26
  • Venue:Various across Manjimup and Pemberton

Details

  • Type:Festivals
  • Food & Drink:Food Festival,Degustation,Wine,Food Event

Description

From June 24 to 26, the new Manjimup Truffle and Wine Festival will showcase the best local producers and makers with truffle tours, gourmet degustation dinners, dog hunts, farm visits, wine tastings, entertainment and wine masterclasses. It’s an opportunity to take a unique discovery tour across the Manjimup and Pemberton regions and book truffle-themed experiences at numerous acclaimed venues including Truffle Hill Wines, Hidden River Estate, Ampersand Estates, Tall Timbers Manjimup, Pemberley of Pemberton, Stonebarn Estate and more. Leading chefs from around the world will also be in attendance to experience the local truffle season, along with TV chef personalities Alistair McLeod and Laura Sharrad. The event is supported by the Manjimup and Pemberton Chambers of Commerce, Southern Forest Food Council, Shire of Manjimup and Tourism WA. For more information and details of confirmed events, visit www.manjimuptruffleandwinefestival.com.au – events will continue to be added in the lead-up to the festival.

Minions: The Rise of Gru

The untold story of one twelve-year-old's dream to become the world's greatest supervillain.

  • Dates:In Cinemas Jun 23
  • Time(s):Multiple Sessions
  • Venue:Various Venues

Details

  • Type:Kids
  • Movies:Movies

Description

In the heart of the 1970s, amidst a flurry of feathered hair and flared jeans, Gru (Steve Carell) is growing up in the suburbs. A fanboy of a supervillain supergroup known as the Vicious 6, Gru hatches a plan to become evil enough to join them. Luckily, he gets some mayhem-making back-up from his loyal followers, the Minions. Together, Kevin, Stuart, Bob, and Otto - a new Minion sporting braces and a desperate need to please - deploy their skills as they and Gru build their first lair, experiment with their first weapons, and pull off their first missions. When the Vicious 6 oust their leader, legendary fighter Wild Knuckles (Alan Arkin), Gru interviews to become their newest member. It doesn't go well (to say the least), and only gets worse after Gru outsmarts them and suddenly finds himself the mortal enemy of the apex of evil. On the run, Gru will turn to an unlikely source for guidance, Wild Knuckles, and discover that even bad guys need a little help from their friends.

Origin Fan Fest

Yagan Square comes alive with a pop-up activation for all ages celebrating the Ampol State of Origin II, on Friday 24 June, 4pm to 8pm.

  • Dates:Jun 24
  • Time(s):4pm - 8pm
  • Venue:Yagan Square

Details

  • Event Venue:Yagan Square
  • Type:Community,Free

Description

- Join the pre-game excitement with a wow-factor photo opportunity between the giant NRL heads - Play “handball darts” on the giant inflatable target - Get a snap in the green screen photo booth scoring the winning try - Watch the epic showdown between the Maroons and Blues acrobatic bouncers or enjoy the live music on offer - Be mesmerised by the live artist, Art by Row - Watch the Ampol Women’s State of Origin live on the digital tower, 5:45pm to 7:45pm, with free popcorn in hand - Visit the Ampol State of Origin Shield on display

Something New

SOMETHING NEW is happening at the four5nine.

  • Venue:Rosemount Hotel
  • Dates:Jun 24
  • Time(s):7.30pm

Details

  • Ticket Price:$5 entry
  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

One night, 3 sets. Improvised grooves, feature vocalists, jam sessions. Presented by Ollie Vonlanthen and Jack Hill $5 entry. Mulled wine drink specials. Friday June 24 ~ Doors at 7.30pm Supported by Live Music Australia - an Australian Government Initiative.

Stardust + The Mission

Experience this award-winning double bill and meet two ordinary individuals, whose extraordinary lives still reverberate to this day.

  • Dates:Jun 23, 24, 25, 28, 30, & Jul 2
  • Venue:Regional WA

Details

  • Performing Arts:Theatre
  • Hosted By:The Space Company

Description

STARDUST tells the story of bandleader and trumpet player, Col Brain. Before he died, Col placed his most prized life possessions into a cupboard and locked it up, never to be opened again. But what was inside? THE MISSION follows the journey of “Fighting Gunditjmara” man, Allan McDonald – one of the first Aboriginal soldiers from Victoria to enlist for war. He fought at Gallipoli and Beersheba, only to be denied a soldier’s settlement on his ultimate return to Australia and forced from his land at the Lake Condah Mission. This captivating and rollicking story, told by his great, great nephew, Gunditjmara man Tom Molyneux, tells the truth of Uncle Allan’s struggle; fighting for Country, for love, and for justice. ## TOURING 23 June 2022 - Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre 24 June 2022 - Don Russell Performing Arts Centre 25 June 2022 - Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre 28 June 2022 - Ravensthorpe Town Hall 30 June 2022 - Williams Town Hall 2 July 2022 - Albany Entertainment Centre

Sustainable Style Series | Subiaco

See Subiaco presents Sustainable Style Series, an immersive 5-day program of events, aiming to inspire and connect you with industry leaders and pioneers of change in the world of fashion.

  • Dates:Jun 22-26

Details

  • Other:Fashion
  • Type:Workshops,Festivals

Description

Explore the beauty of circular fashion this month in Subiaco! Kicking off on Wednesday 22 June, the program includes exclusive panel discussions, a textile waste exhibition, upcycling workshops, a Second Life Markets edit, an epic op shop trail through Subiaco, and more! Tickets are selling fast – be quick to secure yours! Visit: https://seesubiaco.com.au/styleseries

West Coast Eagles 2022 Season

Don't miss the West Coast Eagles on the field for an epic season of footy in 2022.

  • Dates:Mar - Aug
  • Time(s):Multiple Games
  • Venue:Optus Stadium

Details

  • Event Venue:Optus Stadium
  • Sports:AFL

Description

## FULL SEASON Mar 20 West Coast Eagles Vs. Gold Coast Suns Mar 27 West Coast Eagles Vs. North Melbourne Apr 3 West Coast Eagles Vs. Fremantle Dockers Apr 9 West Coast Eagles Vs. Collingwood Apr 15 West Coast Eagles Vs. Sydney Swans Apr 23 West Coast Eagles Vs. Port Adelaide Apr 29 West Coast Eagles Vs. Richmond May 7 West Coast Eagles Vs. Brisbane Lions May 15 West Coast Eagles Vs Melbourne May 22 West Coast Eagles Vs GWS Giants May 28 West Coast Eagles Vs Western Bulldogs Jun 4 West Coast Eagles Vs Adelaide Crows BYE Jun 18 West Coast Eagles Vs Geelong Cats Jun 24 West Coast Eagles Vs Essendon Jul 3 West Coast Eagles Vs Richmond Jul 10 West Coast Eagles Vs Carlton Jul 17 West Coast Eagles Vs Hawthorn Jul 24 West Coast Eagles Vs St Kilda Jul 31 West Coast Eagles Vs Gold Coast Suns Aug 7 West Coast Eagles Vs Adelaide Crows Aug 13 West Coast Eagles Vs Fremantle Dockers Following TBC.

Ben Lee ‘Parents Get High’ Tour

Ben Lee has crafted some of the catchiest, boppiest tunes in Australian pop history. In his 30-year music career, Ben Lee has been gloriously prolific and unpredictable.

  • Venue:Rosemount Hotel
  • Dates:Jun 25
  • Time(s):8.30pm

Details

  • Ticket Price:$49.90
  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

There have been chart hits (Cigarettes Will Kill You, Gamble Everything For Love, We're All in This Together and Catch My Disease – "That one's put food on the table more than a few times,” he says). An instrumental album inspired by the use of psychoactive drugs (Ayahuasca: Welcome to the Work). An album for kids (Ben Lee Sings Songs About Islam For The Whole Family). Last year, Ben Lee made his triumphant return with his brand-new anthem “Born For This Bullshit”. It’s about positivity, swagger, keeping your chin up, even though we’re in total global chaos, true crisis, but still kinda choosing to enjoy the ride,” says Ben. Revealing his identity as the masked singer around the release, Ben Lee has since announced his ‘Parents Get High’ tour with the release of new track ‘Like This or Like That’.

Cheercon 2022 WA State Championships

CheerCon will bring their 2022 WA State Championships to HBF Stadium this June!

  • Dates:Jun 25
  • Time(s):7.30am
  • Venue:HBF Stadium

Details

  • Event Venue:HBF Stadium
  • Sports:Other Sports & Fitness

Description

CheerCon was established in 2008. Owned and operated by the dynamic duo, husband and wife team, Alex & Danielle Jimenez. CheerCon provides: Fun competitions that are all about “The Experience” Workshops & camps for athletes Workshops for gym owners & coaches Competition uniforms and a range of training gear A variety of apparel, including tracksuits, poms, bows, tee shirts , backpacks & banners, and more Travel solutions Immigration & visa solutions for international coaches & judges Online shop to purchase our cool range of tees, merchandise & apparel Cheer & dance floor hire This June they will be bringing their WA State Championships to HBF Stadium!

Doublethink Prism & Mathas

Doublethink Prism launch upcoming album exclusively at Strange Festival.

  • Venue:Moana Hall
  • Dates:Jun 25

Details

  • Hosted By:Strange Festival
  • Produced By:Strange Festival

Description

Returning after their 2018 debut A Prism Inside Your Pregnant Mind, Australian hip-hop / spoken word / electronic duo Doublethink Prism will release the first taste of their upcoming second album in a team up with legendary wordsmith Mathas, the new single Business as Usual will be released June 22nd, 2022 via Stock Records. Embodying the twisted mentality of relentless energy company tycoons, Business as Usual is a dark tongue-in-cheek satire of our need for profit over sanity. Can you smell the smoke? Can you SELL the smoke? Picture that meme of doggo former (!) Australian prime-minister Scott Morrison sitting in a dining room on fire holding his beloved piece of coal proclaiming ‘This is fine!’ Taking it straight to the man themselves, Business as Usual is accompanied by a new music video that sees Doublethink Prism and Mathas busting into the foyer of Woodside - Western Australia’s No.1 tax-dodging climate criminals - to do a protest in full business attire and being kicked out by security guards. Delivering the song with a crowd of protestors on their doorstep, the video is a hilarious activist injunction into the heart of the beast. Doublethink Prism is the duo of Perth producer and multi-instrumentalist Steven Alyian and spoken word artist Splodge (Marcus John). Their second album Malakut Golliwog will be released later in 2022 on Stock Records. LAUNCH EVENT exclusively as part of STRANGE.

Fremantle Winter Music Festival

RTRFM’S Fremantle Winter Music Festival returns across five stages in North Fremantle.

  • Dates:Jun 25
  • Time(s):7pm - late
  • Venue:Mojos Bar, The Swan Hotel and Port Beach Brewery

Details

  • Type:Festivals
  • Music:Music Festival,Gig Guide

Description

RTRFM’s annual takeover of North Fremantle returns this June, with the Fremantle Winter Music Festival set to bring some heat to the cold weather on Saturday 25 June 2022. It marks the return of live music fundraisers for RTRFM after a few months of postponements due to the ever-shifting covid restrictions. The Fremantle Winter Music Festival will be the first RTRFM event in over a year with no restrictions on crowd capacities and without folks needing to be masked to attend. There is also no requirement to show vaccination status at the entry. The Fremantle Winter Music Festival features 27 acts across five stages at Port Beach Brewery, the Swan Lounge and the Swan Basement, not to mention a return to the hallowed stage of Mojos on Saturday 25 June from 7pm till late.

Melville Midwinter 2022

Join the Melville community for the midwinter solstice where you will embrace the changing seasons and take part in the City's artistic celebration.

  • Dates:June 25
  • Time(s):5:00pm to 8:30pm
  • Venue:Point Walter Reserve

Details

  • Type:Community,Free,Festivals
  • Hosted By:City of Melville

Description

The cool waters of Dyoondalup Point Walter are calling City of Melville residents and the wider community to embrace the changing seasons and take part in Melville Midwinter, the City’s annual artistic celebration of the midwinter solstice. Inspired by the notion of illuminating the darkness and nurturing new life, this year’s event will encourage the community to pause, stop and begin again, creating space for reflection and the emergence of new inspiration, culminating in an icy swim from jetty to foreshore. As the celebrations unfold, the landmark location will come alive with a series of song, dance, visual art and spoken word performances throughout the evening, with audiences traversing their way through the lantern-lit path beneath the stars. The leading musical line-up will feature nationally renowned Fremantle based musician, David Hyams, along with some of WA’s most talented artists, with the inclusion of new work from poet Nandi Chinna for the evening’s finale. 5.00pm Acknowledgement of Country, hot food and roving performances 6.00pm Performance stations begin on the hill 7.00pm Finale performance on the foreshore 7.30pm Jetty plunge and swim to shore

Perth Roller Derby | 2022 Home Season: Galactic Storms vs. Solar Flares

PERTH ROLLER DERBY || 2022 HOME SEASON Perth Roller Derby are back for another year of fun, fast, and hard-hitting roller derby featuring our new-look home teams!

  • Dates:Jun 25
  • Time(s):Doors 4:30pm
  • Venue:Morley Rollerdrome

Details

  • Sports:Other Sports & Fitness,Spectator Sports
  • Hosted By:Perth Roller Derby

Description

BOUT 1: Galactic Storms vs. Solar Flares WHEN: Saturday 25th June. Doors open 4.30pm, first whistle at 5pm. WHERE: Morley Rollerdrome - 95 Catherine St, Morley. TICKETS: Adults (12+ yrs) $10, Kids $5 (5 to 11 yrs), under 5s free. Tickets on sale now through Humanitix. Bring cash for snacks and refreshments at the kiosk. PRD merchandise will also be available to purchase. Wear your team colours (green for Storms, red for Flares, black and white for Team Officials) and get ready to cheer your favourite team to victory!

Silent Disco at The River

Silent Disco party featuring DJ's ERik, r.O.u.x and Cuppa T!

  • Venue:The River
  • Dates:Jun 25
  • Time(s):7.30pm

Details

  • Ticket Price:$12.25
  • Music:DJs

Description

All time party hits, bangers and throwbacks across 3 channels all night!

South Summit

With the band celebrating the past 6 months hitting SOLD OUT headliners at Jack Rabbit Slims & Badlands in Perth, they will be playing at YMCA HQ this June.

  • Dates:Jun 25
  • Time(s):6pm
  • Venue:YMCA HQ

Details

  • Music:Indie & Alternative,Gig Guide

Description

With infectious energy & charming demeanours, Perth indie-rockers South Summit have returned from their breakout singles ‘River Days’ & ‘Runaway’ to hit their stride with their most prolific release to date, ‘Tired of Waiting’. The quintet have been plying their trade for less than three years now, operating with a songwriting maturity that belies their youth. ‘Tired of Waiting’ marks the continued refinement of the South Summit “sound”, emerging from sparkles of reggae, rock & indie with the band performing with a sharpened clarity across the entirety of ‘Tired of Waiting’. Soaring lead lines are blended with reverberant guitars, whilst the enigmatic frontman Isaiah Reuben sings of haunting themes of heartbreak.

Supanova // Comicon & Gaming

You've seen the shows, read the comics, played the characters, and maybe even dressed up as them. Now you can meet the stars, too!

  • Dates:Jun 25 & 26
  • Time(s):10am - 6pm
  • Venue:Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

Details

  • Event Venue:Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Other:Expos

Description

Supanova Comic Con & Gaming is Australia's biggest and best pop culture convention, showcasing anything you can imagine, from film, television, comic books, gaming, sci-fi, fantasy and more! It's the place where imagination is the beginning of what comes next. It's the creative hub for local talent seeking to share their own creativity, whether it's introducing their own worlds or supplementing existing ones. Supanova is the perfect all-ages event with a festival feel, that includes 'cosplay' (costume-role play), fan clubs, musical performances, creative master classes, wrestling, gaming tournaments, competitions, celebrity Q&A panels, and an exhibitor hall full of shopping possibilities. And that's not all! It's also a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet your favourite Supa-Star celebrities. You can even take home a keepsake of your moment in the form of a Photo and/or Autograph*.

The Origin Party

Celebrate State Of Origin Returning to WA. Get a head start on the action and excitement at The Origin Party, Saturday 25 June at Belmont Park Racecourse.

  • Dates:Jun 25
  • Time(s):12:00pm
  • Venue:Belmont Park Racecourse

Details

  • Hosted By:Perth Racing
  • Ticket Price:$150

Description

You'll get to enjoy a full day of racing, including the Group 3 Strickland Stakes. Your exclusive ticket includes: All-inclusive food and beverage package for the duration of the race card. Cocktail style menu featuring pub classics and crowd favourites. Selection of draught and bottled beers, including cider and wines. DJ Entertainment. Reserved Grandstand viewing area. Racebook, guest tipster and betting facilities. All from $150 per person.