From Bentley Polo in the Valley to Subi’s free Street Party, there’s an amazing variety of events going on in Perth this weekend! Check out some of the highlights below. Looking for more? We’ve found 130+ events happening in WA this weekend – you can see them here.
By the C Festival in Cott on Sunday
Apr 8, Cottesloe Beach
Last minute tickets are still available for Cottesloe’s picturesque beachside festival this weekend. The line-up features five great Australian artists, with Bernard Fanning and Missy Higgins headlining. Get your tickets and head down to the beach to enjoy the live music, good food and chilled out community vibes.
WAYJO Ladies Sing the Blues This Weekend
Apr 6-7, His Majesty’s Theatre
Swing and soul meets the sound of big bands as guest artists Victoria Newton, Libby Hammer and Sarah Ramsey join WAYJO on stage to perform music by the greatest female jazz musicians of all time. Limited tickets are still available for the matinee and evening performances.
Subiaco Street Party on Saturday
Apr 7, Rokeby Road, Free
With silent discos, pop-up bars, mini-golf and plenty of live music and entertainment, this year’s street party promises to be the best yet. The party is extending along Hay Street and includes several additional areas of activity in laneways and carparks, embracing Subiaco’s unique character and community.
Bentley Polo in the Valley on Sunday
Duncraig Stud, Swan Valley, Apr 8
Returning for its ninth year, Bentley Polo in the Valley has firmly established itself as the social event of the Perth season. Enjoy exceptional food and premium wines while watching world-class polo from a variety of vantage points – including picnic bays, syndicated lounge tickets and private or corporate VIP marquees.
ARTTRA Light Festival
Apr 6-8, Claremont Park, Free
Over 20 artists have been hand-picked to illuminate Claremont this weekend, with interactive projections, vibrant light sculptures and entertaining satellite performances on show.
Breast Cancer Care WA Long Table Lunch
Apr 8, Claremont Showground
Make a difference by taking part in this year’s Long Table Lunch. Every item is 100% donated, with all funds raised directly supporting a West Australian affected by breast cancer.
We Will Rock You Final Weekend
Apr 5-7, His Majesty’s Theatre
The extended season of the electrifying performance of WE WILL ROCK YOU comes to an end this weekend! Based on the songs of Queen and a book by Ben Elton, with a cast of local musicians, singers and dancers, this is one show you don’t want to miss. Limited tickets are still available.
Mundella West Australian Women’s Football League
Apr 8, Various Venues
Hot on the tail of another successful AFLW the Mundella WAWFL kicks off it’s 16 Round season this weekend. With three grades to see, League, Reserves and the under 18’s Roger’s Cup, it’s a great FREE family weekend.
Revealed: WA Aboriginal Art Market
Apr 7, Fremantle Arts Centre
The market features emerging and established artists from all over WA. With works starting from $50 and all profits from sales returning to the makers and art centres, this is a great chance to purchase quality new artworks.
Apr 8, Jack Rabbit Slims
Guitar virtuoso Newton Faulkner is renowned for his incredible live performances, whether in a club, cave, theatre, festival or hot-air balloon (he did that, over the Swiss Alps, for a radio show). In Perth for one night only.
East Fremantle v Perth; East Fremantle Oval, 2.15pm
East Perth v West Perth; Leederville Oval, 2.15pm
Swan Districts v Peel Thunder; Steel Blue Oval, 2.15pm
South Fremantle v Subiaco; Fremantle Community Bank Oval, 4.15pm
Featured image: By the C Festival 2017