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LAUNCHPAD: WA’s biggest guide for local launches 21 September – 4 October

20 Sep

FRIDAY 21 SEPTEMBER – THURSDAY 4 OCTOBER

Shadow of You – EP Launch
With ShadowShow, Sweet Surrender, Curbside Drive, Gone By Morning and Vespertine Vescada
When: Friday 21 September |  Where: YMCA HQ, Leederville

Tickets: $15  |  More info: HERE

The Peppermint Club – Album Launch
With Camarano and Yo Yo Sun
When: Saturday 22 September |  Where: Norfolk Hotel, Fremantle

Tickets: $10  |  More info: HERE

Lana Rothnie – Single Launch
With Hi. Okay, Sorry. Hyclass and Gazey
When: Saturday 22 September |  Where: The Bird, Perth

Tickets: $10  |  More info: HERE

Spacey Jane – Single Launch
With Denise le Menice and Noah Dillon
When: Friday 28 September |  Where: The Bird, Perth

Tickets: $10  |  More info: HERE

Hideous Sun Demon – Single Tour
When: Saturday 29 September |  Where: Mojos Bar, Fremantle

Tickets: $14.30  |  More info: HERE

Rogues – EP Launch
With Lights of Berlin, Kopano, and ELWYN
When: Saturday 29 September |  Where: Four5Nine Bar, North Perth
Tickets: $15  |  More info: HERE

Jamilla – Single Launch
With Butter and Hyclass
When: Saturday 29 September |  Where: The Bird, Northbridge
Tickets: $5  |  More info: HERE

Triangle Fight – Short Film Launch
With Mitchel Freeway and the 1974 Baldwin Fun Machine
When: Sunday 30 September |  Where: Luna Cinema Leederville
Tickets: $25  |  More info: HERE

Scarlet Drive – EP Launch
With Raksha, Post Depression Makeout Session and Hell Average
When: Thursday 4 October |  Where: Rosemount Hotel, North Perth

Tickets: $5 – $10  |  More info: HERE

Brayden Sibbald– EP Tour
With supports TBA
When: Thursday 4 October |  Where: The Bird, Northbridge

Tickets: $10  |  More info: HERE

 

 

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