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Promise we’ll only spam you with awesome things to see, do, eat and drink around Perth and WA, along with a few giveaways and things to win!


    So while the great Perth storm earlier this week managed to squeeze a bit of rain out before returning to normal beautiful Autumn programming our friends in the north west weren’t so lucky, and the destruction around Kalbarri in particular has been heartbreaking to see.

    We hope you enjoy all Perth has to offer events-wise this week, and if you’ve got some spare change maybe consider throwing it towards the Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief, which was just opened up to help those impacted by ex-tropical cyclone Seroja – DONATE HERE.

    THURSDAY 15 APRIL

    Nogi Lane Opening @ Nogi Lane

    A new neighbourhood cafe in Dianella opens its doors this Thursday called Nogi Lane, and we cannot wait to try it out. Enlisting Head Chef Jason Nicholas they’ve crafted a drool worthy breakfast menu featuring things like banana & toffee pancake with macadamia crumble, honey butterscotch sauce and vanilla waffle cone and zucchini noodles, seasoned avocado, broccolini, kale crisp & garlic bread and more. Chuck ’em a follow in INSTAGRAM to keep up to speed.

    Plums On Ya Thumbs @ Core Cider House

    Jump aboard Core Cider House’s Apple Express and enjoy a school holiday tractor ride through the orchid, with plenty of fruit picking along the way. Kicks off 10am and you can grab your tickets HERE.

    FRIDAY 16 APRIL

    Froth Town @ Claremont Showground

    It’s definitely beer o’clock this weekend as Froth Town rolls into Claremont Showground for three huge days of great food and drinks along with plenty of fun. Alongside dozens of guest breweries and delicious eateries, there’s good times to be had with crowd favourites including the Silent Disco, Pirate Life Tattoo Parlour, Dodgem Cars, Giant Beer Pong, Bucking Bull, ‘Hot Dog Eating’ Comp, ‘Dad Bod Wet T Shirt’ Comp, Sumo Wrestling, Live Footy and Feral Biggie Bar all returning along with new additions like the ‘Hold My Beer’ obstacle course and Dodgeball. Running Friday 16 until Sunday 18 April, final release tickets are available HERE.


    Fridays At The Alfresco @ Hawaiian’s Park Centre

    The Hawaiian’s Park Centre in East Victoria Park plays host to some special foodie nights this April, featuring limited edition items from your fave alfresco foodies, pop-up food trucks, free samples and tasters, live music and much more from 5pm-8pm. Get more info via the Facebook EVENT.


    AFL Dine & Cruise @ The Reveley/The Camfield

    The Reveley’s AFL Dine & Cruise is back for 2021 with a luxe game day package that includes: 2-course menu at The Reveley, River Cat Cruise to Burswood, and VIP entry to The Camfield before/after the game. This Friday it’s the Eagles vs Collingwood, which is shaping up as a crucial match for both sides – book HERE.

    SATURDAY 17 APRIL

    Subi Block Party @ Jus Burgers Car Park

    The Jus Burgers Car Park in Subiaco hosts a huge free community event this Saturday as part of the big Celebrate Subi festival. Perth fave Grace Barbe will be playing live, along with local DJs and even a set from Subiaco’s own School Of Rock. For more info on this event, and other Celebrate Subi activations follow THIS LINK.


    School Of Rock


    Havana Club @ Scarborough Beach Bar

    The Havana Club Brunch returns to Scarborough Beach Bar this Saturday for a boozy bottomless brunch featuring Watermelon Old Cubans on arrival, followed by free-flowing Aperol Spritz, mimosas, prosecco and more. Food-wise you’ll enjoy a huge 3-course menu featuring fruit salad and bircher, mains like breakfast gnocchi, beetroot cured salmon, and eggs with thick cut bacon, finished with a strawberries and cream French toast. Book your spot via the Scarborough Beach Bar WEBSITE.


    Rooftop Ride @ Vibe Hotel Subiaco

    If you’re looking for a Sunday Session that’s on a healthier tip, LA Fit is popping up at Storehouse at Vibe Hotel Subiaco on Sunday afternoon for a Rooftop Ride. Their Rhythm Ride is a 45 minute dance party on the bike, just head upstairs and climb aboard before enjoying a drink and some canapes post workout. There’s three sessions to book, all tickets include a 45 minute ride class, LA Fit sweat towel, drinks and canapes – more info and bookings HERE.

    SUNDAY 18 APRIL

    In The Pines @ Somerville Auditorium

    RTRFM 92.1’s flagship event In The Pines returns to its beloved home at Somerville Auditorium this Sunday, featuring 21 bands for 2021, from 11.30am-10pm for an epic day of live music. Across two stages catch Alter Boy, Artemis Orchestra, Big Orange, Cat Walk, Dan Howls with Abbe May, Dead Jerk, Dennis Commeti, Flewnt, Gap Year, Grace Sanders, Haircare, Helta Skelta, Last Quokka, Nerve Quakes, Odette Mercy and Her Soul Atomics, Phil Walley-Stack, Selfless Orchestra, Superego, Tanya Ransom, The Spunloves and Your Girl Pho. Grab your tickets HERE.


    Dennis Cometti



    Espresso Martini Festival 2.0 @ Market Grounds

    If you like your espresso with an extra special kick in it, make your way to Market Grounds for a day dedicated to espresso martinis with a martini caravan, masterclasses, tastings, boozy brunches and more. There’s only a couple of sessions left to book, so hurry along HERE.


    Great Grazing Market @ Perth City Farm

    If you’re chasing something little more wholesome on your Sunday morning, WA’s Great Grazing Market at Perth City Farm brings the regions to Perth for a family-friendly market day featuring samples of WA’s best apples, Genuinely Southern Forests gourmet store, premium wine tasting and beautiful displays celebrating the best of local agriculture. Create your own amazing share platter for a picnic later in the day, or a grab a ready-made one, 9am-2pm, more info HERE.


    Jordan Bruno & Kate Flower

    JUST ANNOUNCED

    Drummer Queens @ Various

    Following a massive Sydney World Premiere season, percussionist group Drummer Queens are bringing their original theatre experience out West for four big shows in Perth, Albany, Mandurah and Bunbury in June. Featuring WA-product Georgia Anderson, it’s a brilliant blend of movement and rhythm, a girl-powered extravaganza for the senses. Head to the Drummer Queens WEBSITE for more info and to book now.