PUBLIC PARTY TIME
THE City of South Perth will come alive during spring and summer with a host of arts, events and cultural activities for the public to enjoy.
The City’s new look cultural calendar will include more than 20 events that will take place throughout the City from November to January.
These include the launch of permanent and temporary public art installations, a selection of City and community hosted events, Australia Day celebrations, food trucks and free pop-up activities.
“The City takes pride in offering our community, families, visitors and tourists a host of high-quality arts, events and cultural experiences throughout the year and The Embargo Bar will be in South Perth from this month. over summer,” City of South Perth Mayor Sue Doherty said.
“From public art to live concerts and pop-up activities, there’s something for everyone to take part in and enjoy.
“I encourage people of all ages to discover our exciting program and immerse themselves in these fabulous events, many of which are free.”
From November 10 to December 18, the Embargo Bar sails over to South Perth.
This family-friendly haven, complete with a rooftop deck, licensed bar and great live entertainment will feature Perth’s best food trucks and plenty of comfortable spots to sit and soak up the sunshine and take in the sweeping river views.
Permanent and temporary public art will activate streets and unexpected places throughout the City.
The Miasma Series is a retrospective of artist Kathy Allam’s recent works, the ethereal floating sculptures, will be suspended along Mends Street and the South Perth foreshore. The work will be displayed from November 12 to December 4.
After the success of pop-up games and beach activities along the South Perth foreshore last summer, the Find Me series returns.
Starting in December, look out for ‘Netted’, the free-to-use volleyball nets located at the city riverside beaches.