Things to Do in Fremantle Today
What’s on in Fremantle in November. Fremantle is one of the laidback locations where artists have always chosen to work and live. Therefore, the city never lacks events that glorify art! On the other hand, Fremantle’s festivals give you the experience of other worlds. Its festival program is year-round and as such whenever you visit Fremantle is putting on a show.
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1. What’s on in Fremantle in November. Sunday Music
Enjoy a line-up of WA’s best musicians every weekend at the beautiful setting of Fremantle Art Centre’s (FAC) South Lawn. Sunday Music is a free weekly live music program of FAC running from October to March. Settle in for a lazy November afternoon at this family-friendly event on a picnic rug with plenty to eat and drink. Head down early to avoid the strict crowd capacity restrictions.
November 1 (2 – 4 pm) – Galloping Foxleys:- A seven-piece, half country and half blues, from the bright streets of Fremantle.
November 8 (2 – 4 pm) – Queency:- The newest project of singer-songwriter Quentin Thony from Reunion Island.
November 15 (2 – 4 pm) – Felicity Groom:- Tracks from her new album Magnetic Resonance Centre.
November 22 (2 – 4 pm) – The Kohesia Ensemble + No Nomad:- An inviting blend of soul, jazz, Persian and alternative influences.
November 29 (2 – 4 pm) – Sam Carmody + The Money War:- A yearningly emotive folk and contrastive indie-pop.
For more information on these events, please visit; www.fac.org.au/whats-on/events
2. City of Fremantle Art Collection – Presence of Evidence
The City of Fremantle Art Collection is the largest municipal collection in WA. Over five decades, the collection of paintings, sculpture, prints, photographs and WA ceramics has grown to over 1,500 pieces. A majority of them reflect Fremantle, its people, relationships, culture, politics, social rituals, conflict, work and leisure time. More than 350 works of art are available online.
Dates:- September 26 – November 22, 2020 (10 am – 5 pm)
- Pat Brassington (TAS)
- Peggy Griffiths (WA)
- Michelle Hyland (WA)
- Helen Ling (VIC)
- Maria Madeira (WA/East Timor) in collaboration with Victor de Sousa (East Timor), Narelle Jubelin (NSW), Fiona MacDonald (NSW) and BIG FAG PRESS (NSW).
- Marion Manifold (VIC)
- Sally Morgan (WA)
- Therese Ritchie (NT) in collaboration with Chips Mackinolty (NT)
For more information on this exhibition, please visit; www.fac.org.au/whats-on/post/presence-evidence-city-fremantle-art-collection
3. Fremantle BeerFest
Date:- 13 – 15 November 2020
The Fremantle BeerFest strives to showcase local brewers, cider makers, distillers, food producers and local venues. The festival offers the largest collection of Western Australian producers in one location, over 60 unique, exotic and small-batch craft beers, ciders, cocktails etc. It also offers free master classes beer/food pairing and live band, DJs, live-streamed sports etc.
For more information on this festival, please visit; fremantle.beerfestivals.com.au/event-info