Birds of Tokyo set to soar in Wanneroo
Birds of Tokyo will rock the stage at the Wanneroo Showgrounds for the
City of Wanneroo Presents Concert on 4 November. The hugely popular band will thrill the crowd with songs from new album
Brace, as well as smash hits Lanterns and I’d Go with You Anywhere. Recently winning a fourth APRA award for Best Rock Work, Birds of Tokyo has previously been recognised for a long list of ARIA gongs and a suite of platinum plaques, defining the five-piece group as one of Australia’s top contemporary rock bands. Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts is encouraging the community to be there and enjoy the free event, featuring extraordinary live music from one of Perth’s most well-known exports. “It is exciting to have secured such a top act for this year’s event, and fans should get ready to be entertained by the hugely anticipated performance from Birds of Tokyo,” Mayor Roberts said. “The highly acclaimed band has seen huge national success, and no doubt tickets to the show will be snapped up, so make sure you register early. “Families can indulge in a range of delicious offerings from Perth’s best food trucks or pack a picnic and enjoy quality entertainment under the stars.” According to the Birds of Tokyo,
Brace was created to be played live, with the opening lines of the first track inviting listeners to ‘come take a seat, enjoy the show’. “The setlist is pretty varied,” keyboardist Glenn Sarangapany said. “Songs right from the start of our career up to the latest stuff. I love the fact that our crowds seem to dig the variety in the show.”
Tickets are FREE but essential and will be available exclusively to City of Wanneroo residents from 9am, Monday 2 October 2017. Any remaining tickets will open to the general public at 9am, Monday 16 October 2017. Visit wanneroo.wa.gov.au/concert
Birds of Tokyo members Glenn Sarangapany, Adam Weston, Ian Kenny, Ian Berney and Adam Spark.