South Perth Sounds

South Perth Sounds (formally the Fiesta Concert) is the City’s annual community concert.

South Perth Sounds was held on Sir James Mitchell Park on South Perth foreshore on Saturday 24 February 2018.

The free community celebration featured Perth Symphony Orchestra and the WAAPA Gospel Choir performing Faith & Freedom: the music of George Michael.

Since 1994, the City of South Perth has hosted headline acts including Marina Prior, The Wiggles, The Black Sorrows, Joe Camilleri, Wendy Matthews, Paul Kelly, Ian Moss, James Morrison, Thirsty Merc, Jungle Giants, Montaigne and Nathaniel just to name a few!


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February 2018
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Queen's Baton Relay and South Perth Sounds brings community together

Media Release 28 February 2018

Hundreds of people lined South Perth foreshore to cheer on the batonbearers as the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) Queens Baton Relay made its way through South Perth on Saturday 24 February 2018. The City's annual community concert South Perth Sounds (formerly Fiesta Concert) kicked off in the afternoon following the relay and attracted a record crowd of around 15,000 people.

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Celebrate the music of George Michael at South Perth Sounds

Media Release 8 February 2018

Enjoy a free evening of music on South Perth foreshore when South Perth Sounds returns to Sir James Mitchell Park, Saturday 24 February.

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January 2018
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A season of arts, events and culture in 2018

Media Release 30 January 2018

In 2018 the City's cultural calendar brings with it a host of experiences for the entire community to enjoy.

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Arts, Events and Culture photo competition

News Update 17 January 2018

Take a photo or selfie at any of the City’s Arts, Events and Culture activities running until 30 April 2018 and go in the draw to WIN a Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0.

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Safety at community events

News Update 16 January 2018

Local festivals and fun summer events often come with large crowds. Losing sight of your child at a large event can be heart-stopping. However, a good safety plan can make sure your day doesn’t end in tears.

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