Notice is given that the Ordinary Council Meeting previously scheduled to be held at 7.00pm, Tuesday 08 November 2016, will now be held at 7.00pm, Monday 07 November 2016.
Wanneroo Showgrounds is set to rock this November with indie rock band British India headlining the annual City of Wanneroo Presents concert.
British India is one of Australia’s best known bands across our radio airwaves. Their latest album Nothing Touches Me debuted in the ARIA Top 5 becoming their 4th consecutive album to debut within the Top 10 on the charts. Having previously opened for the Rolling Stones and Fall Out Boy’s Australian tours as well as performing at major festivals across the country their high-octane performance is not to be missed.
The family friendly event is FREE! However, tickets are essential. Be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.
There is a maximum of four (4) Adult tickets per email address.
NOTE: Children 12 years and younger require a Child ticket and must be accompanied by a guardian.
Multiple registrations under the same email address are not accepted and will be subject to cancellation.
Your tickets will be automatically emailed to you. Please ensure you print out your tickets or have them available to display on your smart phone at the entry gate.
If you have obtained tickets and can no longer attend please cancel them in order to allow others to attend. Tickets are non-transferable.
If you require assistance with obtaining your tickets please feel free to visit the friendly staff at any City of Wanneroo branch Libraries. They will be able to help you register and print out your tickets.
Head down from 4pm to enjoy a host of bands and free activities for the whole family. BYO picnic or pick up some delicious eats from a variety of food vans.
For information on how to get to the event, parking options and set times download the essential information sheet and full program below:
With their dark tangle of raw lyrics, honest and haunting melodies, Little May have been making waves internationally since the release of their debut single Boardwalks. Their undefinable and expansive sound has seen them wowing crowds around the world including appearances at the Great Escape Festival, Reading Festival, Electric Picnic and Splendour in the Grass.
Australian rock duo Holy Holy have sold out every headline tour and seem to receive unending praise from press and blogs all over the world. Their songs are lyrical and story-based, but also revel in huge, full band builds and crescendos. Lush production abounds, mixing distorted duelling guitars with warm, close harmonies, reverb-soaked piano lines and wild percussive rhythms. It’s been just over a year since their debut album When the Storms Would Come with the recently released Darwinism the first taste of their second album due out early 2017.
After the release of their first single I Don’t Think You Like Me earlier this year, Perth band Tired Lion have dominated Australian radio. They’ve taken out Triple J’s Award for Best New Band, a WAMI for best rock song, played Groovin’ The Moo, Splendour in the Grass and are supporting Violent Soho on their upcoming Australian Tour. Fronted by the enigmatic Sophie Hopes, Tired Lion's infectious melodies are brought forth with raw honesty and intensity, calling back to the rich tradition of strong Australian front women. Acting as the perfect ying to her yang, Sophie is backed by Matt Tanner, Ethan Darnell and Nick Vasey who play with passion and precision.
The Hunting Birds
The Hunting Birds are a young and captivating five piece Folk/Rock/Pop outfit originating from Fremantle, Western Australia. Lead by versatile Singer/Song writing duo Connor Minervini and Kendra Fewster, the group brings the subtle Folk qualities of yesteryear to a strong grasping understanding of modern day popular music. Stretching all seas of their craft from pop, to slow classic folk, all the way to rock without once leaving the genre.
City of Wanneroo Presents: British India doesn’t just have a great line up of bands, check out the delicious food vendors that will be cooking up a storm!
Community News is super pumped to give one lucky fan and a friend the chance to win an incredible money-can’t-buy experience with rock legends British India!
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City of Wanneroo Presents is proudly brought to you by the City of Wanneroo. We would like to thank sponsors:
For more information call 9405 5000.