Poised to go Global


Wanneroo Times - - Front Page -

SAN Cisco will head­line this year’s Global Beats and Eats fes­ti­val, which will be held in Maranga­roo for the first time.

Shift­ing from its tra­di­tional home in Gir­rawheen, the free an­nual City of Wan­neroo event will this year be held at Paloma Park on Satur­day, March 18, start­ing at 4pm.

The indie pop four-piece band, which was formed in Fre­man­tle, is ex­pected to have the crowd shim­my­ing with its in­fec­tious grooves at the event ahead of its 2017 al­bum re­lease.

Sup­port acts will start from 4pm with the soul­ful trop­i­cal rhythms of Sey­chelles is­lan­der Grace Barbe.

Mar­garet River duo Salt Tree will then per­form laid­back surf har­monies be­fore Car­a­vana Sun de­liver a loud, ex­plo­sive per­for­mance.

The party will con­tinue with five-piece band Jakubi pro­vid­ing a buf­fet of pop, R&B, hip-hop, rock and soul be­fore San Cisco take to the stage.

The event will in­clude more than 20 food vans of­fer­ing meals from around the world, in­clud­ing gluten-free and veg­e­tar­ian op­tions.

Global Beats and Eats head lin­ers San Cisco.

Salt Tree. Sey­chelles is­lan­der Grace Barbe. Car­a­vana Sun.

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