SUNDAY MUSIC: STACEY ANN + JOAN & THE GIANTS
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Sunday Music returns to Fremantle Arts Centre with a stellar line-up of WA’s best musicians. Running 2–4pm every Sunday from October through to March, visitors can enjoy a handpicked selection of local music acts in the beautiful surrounds of FAC’s South Lawn. Best of all, Sunday Music is free to attend.
October’s line-up features some of WA’s finest talent including touching singer-songwriters Noah Dillon + Nika Mo (4 Oct), country music troubadour Albert Loss + relatable rockers Verge Collection (11 Oct), guitar-slinging Abbe May (18 Oct) and alt-country performer Siobhan Cotchin alongside the folky sounds of Kat Wilson (25 Oct).
Fremantle Arts Centre Acting Director Marcus Dickson said, “Sunday Music really represents the Arts Centre at its best. After the huge hit to the live music industry this year, we are especially thrilled Sunday Music is back for the people of WA to enjoy, and we can support local musicians.”
Due to COVID19 event restrictions, Sunday Music will run a little differently to keep FAC’s visitors, musicians and staff safe. The concerts will take place under the trees on the larger South Lawn to allow the audience to spread out. There will be a strict crowd capacity, so visitors should head along early and settle in for the afternoon.
Bring a rug, pack a picnic and prepare to spend many lazy afternoons at this free, family-friendly event. With a bar and food available, it’s the perfect summer Sunday.
Sunday Music is possible thanks to the ongoing support of Bendigo Bank – Fremantle Community Bank Branch. 2020–21 is the twelfth year of the longstanding partnership.
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar. We acknowledge the Whadjuk people as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands and waterways and extend our respect to their Elders, past and present.We offer our heartfelt gratitude to the Whadjuk community and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who continue to care for Country and share their knowledge – this generosity and wisdom helps us to understand and navigate Country safely and respectfully.