After a couple of disjointed years thanks to COVID, beloved all-ages music festival Hyper returns in its original two-stage format this April, and they’ve invited an epic lineup featuring some of Australia’s most popular young artists.
For years now the fest has been inspiring younger generations to be a part of – and active in – creative and music industries, and it will continue that tradition on Saturday 1 April taking over Midland’s LoCale event space in the New Junction Precinct.
It’s back to two stages featuring interstate headline acts Thelma Plum (pictured above), King Stingray and Teenage Dads alongside local legends Old Mervs, Smol Fish, Spici Water, Angie Colman, Foothead, Siena Rebelo, Hey So Hungry and Centre.
It’s a massive day of fun outside of the music as well, with attendees able to enjoy gourmet food vans, photo booths, free 18-hole adventure golf, merchandise and a signing tent to meet their favourite artists.
“The past few years have been challenging for the music and event industry, and it’s great to see the return of Hyper…” says City of Swan Mayor, Cr David Lucas. “We are very proud to support the local artists who will be performing at this fantastic event, and celebrate resilience, arts and creativity.”
Tickets are only $35, and you can grab them via the Oztix.
Hyper is presented by City of Swan and Drug Aware, and is an all-ages (children under 12 need a guardian), drug, smoke and alcohol-free event.
For more information head to the Hyper Website.
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