What’s On In Fremantle In April

What’s On In Fremantle In April

Soul Festival 2019

Soul Fest lands at South Beach Fremantle for an enlightening weekend of live music, yoga, and consciousness.

Venue – South Beach, South Fremantle

Date –  06th of April 2019

Time – 10.00 am

Mount Hawthorn Hawkers Markets

The hugely popular boutique hawker-style market transforms Axford Park into a bustling festival village with a different line-up of exciting hawker-style street food stalls each week, plus great live music and interactive kids’ entertainment!

Venue –  Axford Park, Cnr of Scarborough Beach Road

Date –  Every Friday until the 26th of April

Time – 10.00 am

Fat Freddy’s Drop

Widely wowed as one of the best live experiences in the world, Fat Freddy’s Drop of New Zealand is making a long-awaited return to Australia. The band’s first Headline Australian Tour since 2016 follows closely with the release of the new single “Trickle Down” which reached number 1 spot on the NZ Top 20- Hot Singles Chart.

Venue –  Fremantle Arts Centre

Date –  6th of April

Time – 6.00 pm

Fremantle International Street Arts Festival

The historic streets of Fremantle burst to life as performers transform the city into a world stage every Easter.

Venue –  South Terrace & Market Street

Dates –  19th to 22nd of April

City of Fremantle Anzac Memorial Ceremony

The City of Fremantle presents its annual ANZAC Day to remember and honour those who have and are serving our nation as part of the Armed Forces. The annual memorial ANZAC Day consists of three events including a dawn service at Monument Hill Reserve, service in North Fremantle and a march through the city with the closing ceremony at the Esplanade Reserve.

Venue –  Fremantle Monument Hill, North Fremantle, and Esplanade reserve

Date –  25th of April

Times – Dawn ceremony 5.50am, North Fremantle 8.45am, Esplanade reserve 9.45am

Australian Storytellers Festival

Join us in Fremantle for one huge FREE day with an incredible line-up of talented Australian authors and illustrators of children’s and young adult literature and featuring insightful conversations, illustration demonstrations, hands-on activities, music and Q&A opportunities by the following special guests:

Venue –  The Literature Centre of Fremantle

Date –  7th of April

Time – 9.30 am