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Massive Entertainment List Confirmed for Freo.Social

15 Feb

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With just a few weeks until WA’s newest venue Freo.Social opens its doors, organisers have announced a massive list of more than 40 shows confirmed for the venue’s Entertainment Hall. The venue is kicking off on 3 April with FREO.WEEK, which will celebrate the venue’s musical heritage and showcase Fremantle’s significant cultural and musical credentials. FREO.WEEK will feature a huge list of entertainment from Fremantle and surrounding suburbs, including JOHN BUTLER, THE WAIFS, SAN CISCO and SUPEREGO.

Beyond FREO.WEEK, the venue has confirmed a vast entertainment program.

Entertainment Hall’s opening months includes over 40 shows and events, including:

JOHN BUTLER, THE WAIFS, SUPEREGO, FREO.GOLD FT. THE FLING, BIG BOSS MAN, LEE SAPPHO, SAN CISCO, JOHN CURTIN COLLEGE: STEREO SOUNDS, OPEN MINDS MUSIC, DAN SULTAN, MIDDLE KIDS, CHILLINIT, GOOD TIMES: THE GOOD FRIDAY EPISODE, SOUL SLAP! w/ MILFORD ST SHAKERS, ODETTE, TEENY TINY STEVIES ON TOUR, MONTAIGNE, NAHKO, SKYLARKIN’ SUNDAYS FT. ADRIAN DZVUKE, HAITUS KAIYOTE, RUSSELL MORRIS, COMEDY LOUNGE FT. SUNS OF FRED, RUBBER SOULED: THE BEATLES REIMAGINED, BEER, BBQ & BLUES, THE HUMAN HIGHWAY PLAYS NEIL YOUNG, RTRFM: SUNDAY MORNING COMING DOWN, DIESEL, SKYLARKIN’ SUNDAYS: CRUCIAL ROCKERS, FREO.SPEAKEASY: SWING BAND & FREE SWING LESSONS, WA MIDDLE EASTERN DANCE FESTIVAL, THE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS, COMEDY LOUNGE FT. CRAIG QUARTERMAINE & MASSIVE LONDON SOUNDS

Entertainment Hall has a 550-person capacity and has been preserved and redeveloped to ensure a world-class experience for patrons and artists. The hall will host a huge range of shows and events, including live music from local and touring acts, adult contemporary dinner and show nights, cabaret evenings, comedy nights, festivals, theatre use, community fundraisers and special events, monthly local promoter nights and curated lifestyle events.

In addition to the Entertainment Hall, Freo.Social will also include an on-site brewery run by Otherside Brewing Co., four new bars including 56 beer taps to ensure speed and quality of service, a range of food options, dining spaces, beer gardens, creative co-working spaces and a playground area for children.

Freo.Social is being developed by hospitality and brewing group Triple-1-Three and undertaken in cooperation with the National Trust to preserve and reflect the history and heritage of the buildings.

Keep up to date with the latest news and venue information as well as tickets for all Entertainment Hall shows at www.freo.social.

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.