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Published Tuesday, 14th February 2017
Excite your senses with sounds and tastes from all corners of the globe at the annual City of Wanneroo Global Beats & Eats Festival presented by LiveLighter on Saturday 18 March.
The new venue at Paloma Park in Marangaroo will be transformed into a magical mecca for foodies and music lovers who will be taken on a journey around the world.
The free event will be headlined by Perth’s very own San Cisco whose sweet sounds and infectious grooves will have the crowd shimmying from the get-go.
Having performed at festivals around the world, the indie four-piece will be bringing their show stopping performance to Global Beats & Eats presented by LiveLighter ahead of their highly anticipated 2017 album release.
Supporting San Cisco will be a barrage of talented artists. Head down from 4pm to catch the soulful tropical rhythms of Seychelles islander Grace Barbé who will be opening the event with her vibrant presence.
Chill out to the laid back surf harmonies of Margaret River duo Salt Tree then prepare to get loud with an explosive performance from Caravãna Sun.
The party will continue with five piece Jakubi whose swinging, slick and sizzling buffet of pop, R&B, hip-hop, rock and soul has delighted fans across the globe. San Cisco will take to the stage to round the night off with an unforgettable live show.
Tantalise your tastebuds with an amazing array of cuisines from over 20 of Perth’s best food vans offering delicious eats from around the world with gluten free and vegetarian options available.
Be dazzled by world-class entertainment with colourful roving musicians and dancers. There will also be plenty of family-friendly activities for all ages.
Global Beats & Eats presented by LiveLighter
Saturday 18 March 2017
Paloma Park, Marangaroo
4pm – 9.30pm
Tickets will be released to residents at 9am Monday 20 February.
General Public tickets 9am Friday 3 March.
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