What’s on in Perth Week three in February?

What’s on in Perth Week three in February?

What’s on in Perth Week three in February?

The Magic Squirrel

8-Feb-2019 – 23 February 2019

LOCATION: 1 the terrace, Fremantle 6159

Quench your thirst, mind first! Reconsider what it means to have a drink in this unique and strictly limited cocktail experience.

With a twist at every turn, follow The Magic Squirrel into its compelling and theatrical world and let your senses enjoy an experience where nothing is as it seems.

Hands some Feet – Perth FRINGE WORLD

Date: 05-Feb-2019 – 17-Feb-2019 Time: 8:15 p.m to 9:05 p.m

Location: The Black Flamingo at Yagan Square, Yagan Square, Wellington St, Perth WA 6000, Australia, Perth, 6000

Perth Festival 2019: Jungle Brothers with Downsyde

February 16, 2019 – 8:00 pm

LOCATION: Elizabeth Quay, Corner of The Esplanade and William Street, Perth, WA, 6000

There is no party like an old school party. And with underground Jungle Brothers, hip hop-kings at the helm, we have covered you as we celebrated the release of their groundbreaking album Straight out the Jungle 30 years ago. As pioneers of jazz rap, the JBs embody street flavors and soulful grime from their heyday in the 80s.

The Perth Masquerade Ball

Date: 16 February 2019 – From: 7 p.m – 12 midnight

Location: The Claremont Showgrounds, 1 Graylands Rd, Claremont WA 6010, Claremont, 6010

The masquerade, dating back to the Renaissance from the 15th century, was held during the European Carnival season, a time when villagers and members came together in masks and costumes to celebrate, party and party! Let the wonderful era of masks and secrecy take you on a journey.

JAMBO Africa Festival 2019

16 February 2019 from 2p.m to 11 p.m

Location: Stirling Civic Garden, Telford Crescent 46, Stirling.

This will be a fascinating African cultural event, this is a FREE festival and is held regardless of the weather, so bring a chair or you can just stand and watch the colorful performances!

JAMBO Africa welcomes 8,000 or more visitors from all over Western Australia. There will be more than 50 vibrant music performances from both international and local African bands and artists. There will also be cultural dances, exciting fashion shows, authentic African food, exhibitors and exhibitions of art and craft.

What’s on in Fremantle