with The Bambuseae Rhythm Section and The Merindas

A BRAND NEW event for the City of Canning, showcasing their premier amphitheatre venue and welcoming one and all to enjoy live music.

To close the three part series, the City welcomes three incredible acts to perform for you, including Australian alternative rock singer-songwriter DAN SULTAN!

This event is free, however tickets are essential. There is a maximum of four (4) tickets per residential address. NOTE: Children 5+ years require a ticket and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Multiple registrations are not accepted and will be subject to cancellation.

Your tickets will be automatically emailed to you.Please ensure you print out your tickets or have them available to display on your smart phone at the entry gate. If you have obtained tickets and can no longer attend, please cancel them online in order to allow others to attend. Tickets are non-transferable.

Tickets will be available exclusively to City of Canning residents online from 8am Monday 26 – 8pm Wednesday 28 February 2018.


General public tickets will be available from 8am Thursday 1 March until sold out. 


The Bambuseae Rhythm Section combine their musical influences and cultural backgrounds to deliver a robust elemental fusion of original Rhythm & Blues, Funk, Afrobeat and Worldly Psychedelia. Coming together from all corners of the world such as Chile, Italy, The Philippines, the UK, South Africa as well as Western Australia, their music is groove based and designed for dancing your worries into oblivion.

6.00pm – 6.40pm THE MERINDAS
Australian Aboriginal Contemporary Soul Duo consisting of award winning artist Candice Lorrae and Kristel Kickett form The Merindas,featuring some of Motown’s biggest hits performed with glitzy costumes, a gravitas so energetic and a sound so infectious that none can resist their incredible talent. Candice and Kristel will delight you with Gospel, Blues, Soul and R&B. 

7.00pm – 8.00pm DAN SULTAN
Ever since Dan Sultan delivered his debut album, Homemade Biscuits, in 2006 at the age of 22, music lovers from all walks of life have found a home in his ability to bare his longings and his wounds, his rich and soulful voice spilling all sorts of guts and glory over memorable rock, roots and blues hooks. Though swarms of festival crowds and a collection of NIMA (Album of the Year, Song of the Year) and ARIA (Best Rock Album) awards might suggest otherwise, there’s a lingering feeling that Sultan’s boundless talent and gift for storytelling have been building, striving to be truly realised by the man who contains them. Even as 2014’s Blackbird album cracked the top five of the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified gold, many were talking about what might come next.


Please bring your own seating – low chairs and picnic rugs at the front and high chairs at the back.

You are welcome to bring your own picnic however alcohol is not permitted. Choose from five taps of craft beer and cider plus local boutique wines!

Head down from 3pm, sit back and soak up the festival atmosphere and await the 5pm concert.

Proudly sponsored by Healthway and Act-Belong-Commit
For all enquiries please contact the Events Coordinator:

Kelsie Koontz 9231 0748 | 0437 011 987

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