Sounds in the Park 2024
24 February 2024
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5 - 8PM
Sir James Mitchell Park
Cnr of Mill Point Road and Coode Street, South Perth
City of South Perth
Roll out your picnic rug and enjoy an evening of live music at Sounds in the Park on Saturday 24 February 2024 at Sir James Mitchell Park (nearest intersection Mill Point Road and Coode Street).
Pack a picnic or choose from a range of delicious food vendors on site from Moroccan and Japanese street food to coffee and ice cream - there's something for everyone.
Sounds in the Park is a proudly inclusive event. The concert will feature Auslan interpreters, ACROD parking and path matting to allow access for people using a wheelchair, walking aid or pram.
No bookings required however please select “interested” or “going” on our Facebook event to let us know you’ll be there!
From 5pm: Pre-show entertainment including children's activities, roving entertainment and food trucks
5.50pm: MC Welcome, Welcome to Country and Mayors Welcome
6 - 6.40pm: Supporting Act – Angie Colman and band
Angie Colman is a singer/songwriter and guitarist from the Perth hills. With soaring vocals and powerful, heartfelt melodies, Angie has captured the hearts of the Perth music community.
Playing with her band at Sounds in the Park, Angie is coming off the back of a stellar year in 2023, in which she received 4 WAM Award nominations, was a Triple J Unearthed Feature Artist and won the RAC Arena Limelight support package.
Lyrically, Angie is relatable, witty and honest, and with the backing of bassist Kieran Barnes, drummer Miles Gilbert, and guitarist Sarah Curran, Angie's songs have been brought to life on some of Perth's most loved stages.
6.40 - 7.00pm: Intermission
7 - 8pm: Main Act – 1927
Iconic, multi-ARIA award-winning Australian rock band 1927 will be in town for one night only at Sounds in the Park, before embarking on their nation-wide THE BEST THINGS TOUR.
Known for enduring hits such as 'That's When I Think of You', 'Compulsory Hero', 'To Love Me', 'Scars', 'Don't Forget Me', and of course, 'If I Could', the band made an instant mark on the Australian music scene with the release of their debut album ‘…iSH’ in 1988.
Three months after the release, 1927 was catapulted to meteoric fame, with ‘…iSH’ going on become the highest selling debut album release by an Australian artist. The album contained a staggering six charted singles, and for 46 weeks, ‘…iSH’ remained in the TOP 50 of the Australian Music Charts.
More than three decades later, the Australian rock legends continue to sell out shows nationwide and their music remains a staple favourite on Australia's popular mainstream radio stations.
We encourage nearby residents to walk or cycle down to the event.
Event parking is on Sir James Mitchell Park, entry from Coode Street. South Perth United Football Club volunteers will manage the parking area for gold coin donation on entry. Limited event parking will be available surrounding the reserve.
ACROD parking will be available off Mill Point Road opposite Forrest Street, please present your ACROD permit upon entry.
This concert is wheelchair accessible. Path matting for wheelchair access will be in place and accessible toilets will be available. Auslan interpreters will be on stage throughout the duration of the event and streamed on to the screens on the stage.
You may bring your own seating including chairs and picnic blankets. The event will have designated areas for picnic blankets and low seating (low back chairs and chairs with short legs), and an area for high seating. No BYO umbrellas or marquees will be permitted.
Food and beverages
There will be a range of food trucks available to purchase from, you may also bring along your own food. The event is BYO, please drink responsibly. No alcoholic drinks will be available to purchase.
This event's major sponsor is Lotterywest and is held in partnership with Mentally Healthy WA to promote the Act Belong Commit campaign.
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