Con­cert gets big­ger and bet­ter

Wanneroo Times - - News -

HOME­GROWN tal­ent is set to shine at this year’s City of Wan­neroo Presents con­cert.

Sup­port­ing Perth head­lin­ers Birds of Tokyo at the free Novem­ber 4 event are lo­cal acts The Money War, These Win­ter Nights and The Spring Peaks, as well as New South Wales duo Win­ter­bourne.

“Birds of Tokyo are one of the most highly an­tic­i­pated acts we have ever wel­comed to the City and to com­ple­ment their per­for­mance we have booked stel­lar sup­port en­ter­tain­ment,” Wan­neroo Mayor Tracey Roberts said. “Our an­nual con­cert is a huge event on the cal­en­dar and guar­an­tees rock­ing en­ter­tain­ment to keep fans on their feet for hours.”

Food trucks will descend on Wan­neroo Show­ground for the con­cert, with a wide va­ri­ety of cuisines on of­fer.

Chil­dren will be en­ter­tained with a climb­ing wall, bungee tram­po­lines, bouncy cas­tle and face paint­ing.

Tick­ets are free but es­sen­tial and avail­able to City res­i­dents on Oc­to­ber 2 from 9am at www.wan­neroo.wa.gov. au/con­cert.

Re­main­ing tick­ets will be re­leased to the pub­lic on Oc­to­ber 16.

The Spring Peaks will per­form.

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