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The Centenary Pavilion has become one of Claremont Showground’s most popular venues, after renovation of the iconic entrance facade in recent years. At 90 years old, the Centenary Pavilion is still going, hosting some of the biggest names in international music this winter.

In August, the Pavilion hosted the likes of Hayden James, Friday Night Lights and ShockOne. It also hosted major fundraising events in the Perth social calendar, such as the Cancer No Bueno and the Lumiere Gala. The events were organised by Palace J, an all-female collective focussed on delivering quality experiences to the people of Perth. 

The newly refurbished space featured a variety of activations such as mini golf, arcade games, bumper cars and an impressive production show. 

The Pavilion is available for hire for events, performances, weddings and more. With its prime location overlooking the arena, it is a blank canvas ready to be fashioned for any occasion.

Image credits: Hayden James; Palace J; Claremont Showground.

 

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