Music, comedy, beaches and quokkas, what more could you need? Scoop is here to give you five reasons not to miss Rottofest 2017!
Access all laughs

One ticket gets you access to all of Rottofest’s comedy performances including Arj Barker, Frenchy, Chopper, Rhys Nicholson, Becky Lucas, Joel Ozborn, Rory Lowe, Janelle Koenig, Katie Burch, Australia’s Funniest Shorts & Comedy Boxing. Each act is performing multiple times over the weekend so you’ll be able to catch all the shows you want with no clashes!

Party on

Saturday 18 November sees three separate music stages packed with a variety of top performers. Hotel Rottnest will feature a great local line-up of live bands including The Brow, Verge Collection, The Money War, Timothy Nelson and more, while Karma Rottnest is set to host Tomas Ford’s Crap Music Rave and a pool party!

Friday Night Comedy Gala

On Friday night you can see all the Rottofest comedians performing in the Gala. Guaranteed to give you non-stop laughter, this two hour showcase of Australia’s finest comedians is not to be missed!

The Beach

Need a break between being a culture vulture? This year’s Rottofest is being held in November for the very first time, so you should have no pesky winter-weather issues if you want to chill on the beach! With 63 secluded beaches and 20 bays, you’re already spoiled for choice.

Money, money, money

Forget forking out for a one-off comedy show and setting yourself back $50. Grab a ticket to Rottofest for $89 and you’ll get hilarious comedians, live bands and top DJ’s.And if that wasn’t enough, Rottofest attendees also get 45% off ferry fares.

Rottofest will run at venues across Rottnest Island from Nov 17-19. Find out more.

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