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WAMFest Returning to Scarborough for Scarbs Beach Party

19 Feb

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This year sees WAMFest presented by Act-Belong-Commit team up with City of Stirling for the return of Scarbs Beach Party. This free entry, all-ages event is, inspired by the hub of musical talent and live music venues thriving in the beach-side suburb of Scarborough for many years. The Scarbs Beach Party continues the WAMFest goal of showcasing and celebrating local contemporary musicians with the broader community and celebrates everything this buzzing suburb has to offer.

Set to take over the beach on Sunday 21 March from midday until late, the event will be jam-packed with five stages of the best local acts, market stalls and food trucks to keep your energy up. Feel the sand between your toes at the all-ages outdoor Scarborough Beach Amphitheatre stage headlined by the incredible Soukouss Internationale, Young Robin, The Liquid Project and more, or head to Livid Skate Café to join their legendary laneway party. No live music event in Scarbs would be complete without the iconic Indian Ocean Hotel, El Grotto and The Sandbar! They’ll be continuing their long-running tradition of supporting local music hosting very special beach party line-ups throughout the afternoon and evening.

Gather your friends, head on down, and join the community in celebrating the local music talent in Scarbs!

More info here.

 

 

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

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lottery West, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.