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LAST TICKETS FOR FREO LONG TABLE!

Posted in charity, city of fremantle, homeless, st patricks, Uncategorized by freoview on November 25, 2019

 

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Surprisingly there are still a few tickets left for this Thursday’s FREO LONG TABLE, so make sure to snap them up by midnight tonight!

The Freo Long Table is one of the best events in town with a long table stretching from Market Street all the way to Mouat Street in beautiful High Street of our heritage West End.

There will be roaming entertainment, John Butler and Mama Kin will be performing, and it is always a really fun evening

Proceeds go to St Patrick’s so it is a very worthwhile fundraiser. Don’t let Freo down. I needs to be a sell out!

Roel Loopers

LUCKY OCEANS SUNDOWNERS AT KIDOGO

 

One of Fremantle’s favourite musucians Lucky Oceans will be back with regular concerts at Kidogo Arthouse on Bathers Beach this summer. Lucky by the Ocean are sundowners on Wednesday nights.

Wednesday, November 20 @ 7:00PM        
Bill Rogers and Family Boots ‘n All – Soul, Blues and Gospel
Bill is joined by his daughters Anna and Billie for a rare, inspiring night of family soul, laughs and togetherness. With Dave Brewer on guitar and Lucky Oceans on pedal steel.
https://www.trybooking.com/BGMHY

Wednesday, November 27 @ 7:00PM        
Dave Brewer and Lucky Oceans Quartet – Blues
When Dave and Lucky play together, they urge each other on to greater heights of passion and innovation. With Ric Eastman on drums and Karl Florisson on bass, this is the same band that sold out Kidogo and rocked the room last year, so be quick to reserve!
https://www.trybooking.com/BGMHW
Wednesday, December 4 @ 7:00PM          
Sassafras Quartet with Lucky Oceans – Gypsy Jazz
Expanding out from their mastery of Gypsy Jazz, Sassafras adopt a unique approach to Western swing while applying their intricate arrangements to toe-tapping swing, breakneck gypsy jazz, wistful french ballads and re-worked jazz standards in a vibrant and engaging mix of acoustic music, all performed with the dazzling virtuosity and passion that is intrinsic to the Gypsy jazz tradition.
https://www.trybooking.com/BGOQO

Wednesday 11 December @ 7:00pm
Dave Milroy and the Wilarra Band with Mr. Crowbones – Blues & Indigenous Songs

Award winning playwright and his band play his haunting, unique songs with Wayne Freer on double bass and tuba, Lucky Oceans on pedal steel guitar and Lauralee Faith on vocals. This was a sellout last time so be quick!

The bonus second set will feature a mysterious band, called ‘Mr. Crowbones’ who will play old blues with their old hands on their old instruments with stories to accompany the songs. Some of the stories will even be true! Last year, people were dancing on the tables!
https://www.trybooking.com/BGPOS

Wednesday 18 December @ 7:00pm
Jams with Sam (And Adam and Lucky!)  – Swing

Everyone’s favourite Perth expat guitarist Sam LeMann returns home from Melbourne after his triumphant show at WA Guitar Festival to join up with Adam Gare and Lucky Oceans for something of a Nansing Quartet reunion. This sold out last year.
https://www.trybooking.com/BGQFH

Friday 20 December @ 7pm
Hawaiian Sundowner Howie Morgan, Lucky Oceans & the Lemanns – Swing
Revisiting their sell-out show of last year, with Pacific sounds from Howie, Lucky, Sam and Lucy Lemann and Alistair Peel. Experience the beauty of island music without the schlock!
https://www.trybooking.com/BGROH
Wednesday 15 January @ 7pm
Jeff Lang and  Lucky Oceans – Roots, Folk, Blues 

Startlingly unique live performer and musical dynamo Jeff Lang teams up with Lucky Oceans to recreate their dynamic sellout show of 2018.

https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=576414&

 

Roel Loopers

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FREMANTLE BEER FEST TO COMBAT THE HEAT

Posted in beer, beer festival, city of fremantle, food, hospitality, Uncategorized by freoview on November 7, 2019

 

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We are in for a very hot weekend so the Fremantle Beer Fest on the Esplanade will no doubt be the favourite location for many people to down a few coldies.

It’s a year of firsts for the summer festival as Fremantle BeerFest introduces the Paddle Bar that will host a collection of 40 project craft beers and ciders. Showcasing the creativity and skill-set of our brewers in producing a variety of quirky, strange and interesting festival brews brewed exclusively for Freo BeerFest!

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BeerFest will take festival-goers on a journey of beer and food discovery; exploring rare brews, beer/food pairing and exclusive festival brews, ciders, cocktails and boutique spirits from around the Country, direct from the brewers themselves.

It’s the biggest and most anticipated BeerFest season yet. Australia’s longest running, original beer festival returns this summer with seven festivals taking place across Australia.  

Over 300 unique, exotic and small batch craft beers, ciders, cocktails and wines, hand crafted and perfectly complemented by the most decadent local street eats.

BeerFest continues to deliver a huge line-up of live entertainment with Australian electronic dance group Art vs Science headlining.

Roel Loopers

FREO’S BEST MARKET AND BEST MUSIC SESSION

 

FAC concert

 

It is going to be a pleasant Sunday so start the day at the Growers Green Farmers Market at Fremantle College in Lefroy Road from 8am till midday, and after that make your way to the Fremantle Arts Centre for the free courtyard music session from 2-4pm that features JAMILLA and FEELS.

Jamilla (WA) combines haunting soul vocals, self-produced R&B beats and chill-wave synths to create a beautiful and seamless brand of nu-soul music. With an intense and captivating stage presence and emotive, politically charged lyrics, Jamilla expresses her appreciation for human vulnerability and invites you to experience hers.

Jamilla’s joined on this double bill by Feels (WA). Two dynamic women, one four-octave electronic marimba/xylophone, 11 different drum pads and up to six sticks hitting the triggers at any time – Feels are the boundary-pushing, award-winning duo who combine their training in classical percussion with a unique production style. They have been pioneering a whole new sound and setting the performance standard for live electronic.

The cafe, bar and pizza bar will be open.

Roel Loopers

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NY EVE COLD CHISEL CONCERT IN FREMANTLE PARK

Posted in city of fremantle, concert, entertainment, music, Uncategorized by freoview on October 12, 2019

 

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It is quite some time ago that we have had a major concert in Fremantle Park, so the New Year’s Eve concert by Cold Chisel should attract a big crowd.

Also playing on the night are Birds of Tokyo, Jebediah, Gyroscope, Carla Geneve and the Southern River Band.

For exclusive access to pre-sale tickets and the chance to win 2 x VIP Tickets, plus a Food and Beverage Voucher, hit this link → http://bit.ly/Fremantle_PresaleSignUp

PRESALE: WED 16 OCT 2 PM – FRI 18 OCT 2 PM Local Time
ON SALE: MON 21 OCT 11 AM Local Time

BY THE C, Mix 94.5 & MAX PRESENTS ‘BEST OF THE WEST’ – COLD CHISEL WITH THEIR FIRST EVER OUTDOOR SUMMER TOUR!

For the first time ever, this legendary Australian band will play a very special outdoor show at Fremantle Park, WA on New Year’s Eve. You’ve never seen anything like it before. You’ll never see anything like it again.

TIMES: (Subject To Change)
Gates for VIP and Premium GA: 3.30pm
Gates for GA: 4.30pm
Carla Geneve: 5.00pm – 5.25pm
The Southern River Band: 5.45pm to 6.10pm
Gyroscope: 6.35pm to 7.15pm
Jebediah: 7.45pm to 8.30pm
Birds of Tokyo: 9.00pm to 10.00pm
Cold Chisel: 10.30pm to 12.30am

PRICES:
– VIP: $450.00
– Premium GA: $199.90
– GA: $129.90
– Kids: $69.90

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NAIDOC MUSIC AWARDS AT FREO SOCIAL

Posted in aboriginal, city of fremantle, entertainment, event, music, Uncategorized by freoview on August 30, 2019

 

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Kaya! The NAIDOC Music Awards are on at Freo.Social on Parry Street next Friday September 6. Doors open at 7pm and tickets are available at Moshtix.

Support our Aboriginal musicians!

Roel Loopers

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UNDERCURRENT 19 FREMANTLE BIENNALE OF SITE SPECIFIC ART

WATERLICHT by Daan Roosegarde

 

A massive hundred people from arts, culture and business attended the very long launch of the Fremantle Biennale 2019 at the Maritime Museum on Thursday morning.

UNDERCURRENT 19 will be a fantastic experience for the Fremantle community and beyond and is an invitation to interact with Fremantle through artistic dialogues and site sensitive events. It will create new visual narratives which articulate the spirit of place, so make sure to check out the program here: http://www.fremantlebiennale.com.au/undercurrent/

The biennale runs from November 1-24 and is happening all over the Freo CBD with major events at Fremantle Port and Notre Dame University, the Shipwrecks Museum, etc.

Nicola Forrest of sponsor Minderoo Foundation was at the launch, as was the CEO of Fremantle Ports, former MP Melissa Parke, the Fremantle Mayor and several councillors, artists, curators, architects, art administrators, etc.

Here some titles of exciting events during Undercurrent 19: Pearls and Blackbirds about female divers, Behavioral Ecology, the cute South Mole Resort will be a must to visit, Desire Lines, the Somnus theatre of the sea, Midnight Blue Lagoon. the Standing Wave sound installation in the submarine, Ebb&Flow audience communication, the Billboard Project, etc.

There will also be a symposium at Notre Dame University about how artists make a living.

One of the highlights of Undercurrent 19 will be WATERLICHT by Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde about our battle with water, rising sea levels and dwindling fresh water.

Roosegarde said about rising ocean levels in the typical pragmatic and laconic Dutch way “We innovate or we die”

I loved the 2017 inaugural Fremantle Biennale so can’t wait for it to start in three months from now.

Roel Loopers

HUB NIGHTS AT THE MOORES

Posted in cafe, city of fremantle, culture, food, hospitality, music, Uncategorized by freoview on July 31, 2019

 

HUB Nights at the Moores. August 1

 

HUB NIGHTS start tomorrow at the Moore&Moore cafe in Fremantle’s Henry Street so go and check out what’s on offer!

We hope you are ready to get your feet tapping and show us your dance moves to the amazing tunes of The Witchy Djypsies

Hub Nights on Henry Street with Soul Festival is happening THIS Thursday 1 August from 6:00pm.

There will be plenty to see, do and eat at the Launch Party of Hub Nights. Immerse yourself in the wonderful night of music, workshops and market stalls.

We can’t wait to see you!

Register your interest through Eventbrite: https://hubnightswithsoulfestival.eventbrite.com

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FUTURE TREASURES CONCERT FOR THE UNDER 18TH

Posted in children, city of fremantle, concert, culture, fremantle festival, music, Uncategorized, youth by freoview on July 17, 2019

 

Future Treasures

 

Hey parents, this is the perfect event to get the bored teenies out of the house for a few hours. The UNDER 18TH ONLY FUTURE TREASURES concert is on this evening at 5pm at Freo.Social on Parry Street.

A great line up of Carla Geneve, Farraday’s Cage, Phoneline Valentine, Mali Jose&Oskar, Royal Milk, Isaac Smalley, Dog Food, Sofia Hourani and Daisy Laing.

The event is part of the 10 Nights in Port Fremantle Festival. Check out the Freo.Social Facebook page for ticketing and other details.

Roel Loopers

FREO SATURDAY SERENADE

Posted in busking, city of fremantle, music, Uncategorized, weather, winter by freoview on July 13, 2019

 

Freo

 

What a delightful Saturday in Fremantle, and more brilliant weather to come the next days. It even attracted West Coast Eagles player Andrew Gaff to wander down historic High Street to get over the disappointment of yesterday’s one point loss to Collingwood.

I took the photo of this energetic band in the High Street mall in front of a mural artwork.

Roel Loopers

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