Freo's View

A VERY HOT AND PRETTY COOL FREMANTLE WEEKEND

Posted in festivals, fremantle by freoview on March 12, 2016

There is absolutely no reason to be bored in Fremantle this week as there is plenty on to just watch or join in. And if that is all too much and you don’t like crowds, why not have a look at some exhibitions in town. Anya Brock at PS Art Space in Pakenham Street, Aboriginal art at Japingka Gallery in High Street, stunning underwater photography at the Glen Cowans Gallery at the Roundhouse and great landscapes at the Adam Monk photo gallery in High Street, and have a look at the exhibition at the Fremantle Arts Centre as well.

On Saturday the all weekend CHILLI FESTIVAL starts on the Esplanade, and there is also the BIKE MUSIC FEST UNCHAINED at Princess May Park next to Clancys from 1 pm. Another bike event is that night at South Beach where LIGHT ME UP BIKES will visit the international food market from 6.30 pm.

The traditional yearly BROOME TO BICTON free concert with the Pigram Brothers is on in Quarantine Park near the Bicton Bath from 5.30 pm on Saturday as well.

On Sunday the gorgeous GROWERS GREEN FARMERS MARKET is on from 8 am till midday, the SUNDAY BBQ session at J Shed is on from midday till 9 pm, the free courtyard Sunday concert at the Fremantle Arts Centre is from 2-4 pm with the VILLAGE VIBES, and at STRANGE COMPANY free music is on from 4-6 pm, while at Clancys they’ll start the March CRUCIAL ROCKERS free concerts from 7 pm. And the Zydecats are at the Workers Club at Fremantle Oval from 6-9 pm.

Roel Loopers

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