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WAMFest: 2016 Program reveals WA’s biggest ever 4 days of music!

28 Oct

There’s less than a week (!) til WA’s biggest ever four days of WAMazing music kicks off, WAMFest presented by Drug Aware. Whether you’re just after a good time soundtracked by WA’s best or wanting to get a leg-up in the music industry, we’ve got you covered with 35 different shows that are all winners in their own rights. Best sort your life out for the aural better this coming Thursday 3 – Sunday 6 November, with the Official WAMFest Program!


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*PLEASE NOTE:
If don’t have Dropbox app installed on your portable device, please download to view. Small file, so less than 30 seconds to DL – patience well spent!

 

A few stats and dates detailed within:


#WAMFest  ►  Thurs 3 – Sun 6 Nov
► 4 days
► 159 live acts & DJs
► 26 venues
► 35 shows
► 16 free ones



more-info-5 #WAMAwards  ►  Thurs 3 Nov

► 36 WAMAwards
► 2 Hall Of Fame inductions, 3 Kiss My Camera Awards


more-info-4#WAMCon  ►  Fri 4 – Sat 5 Nov

► 72 speakers
► 14 panels + 1 keynote
► 100+ 1-on-1 industry speed dates and radio pitching sessions, and countless opportunities


more-info-2#FridayShowcases  ►  Fri 4 Nov

► 50+ acts
► 13 showcase events, including 2 free events (or all free with a #WAMCon ticket)


more-info-3#SatSpec  ►  Sat 5 Nov

► 80+ live acts & DJs
► 11 venues (10 of them 18+), including 1 massive #BlockParty (which 5K witnessed last year) + 1 All-Ages stage + All FREE ENTRY!
► 2 After Parties (presented by TheMusic.com.au & Pilerats, free with a #BlockParty wristband)


more-info-6#SundayBest presented by Parlour  ►  Sun 6 Nov

► 3 public events in a house/backyard/rarely used venue + Many private events


PLUS MUCH MORE!!!

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.