Between Subiaco’s constantly evolving bar and restaurant scene revealing special new places on the reg, the sustainable fashion and shopping activations and the stunning Subi Blooms festival earlier this year, Subiaco is buzzing.
And now another highlight series on their events calendar is back with the return of Suburban Vibes, hosting an array of stripped-back performances in some iconic Subi spaces from Friday 7 until Sunday 16 October.
Across a host of free and ticketed shows, established artists will slide alongside exciting up-and-comers for some intimate shows in gardens, laneways, bars and breweries around the bustling suburb.
Amongst the many highlights will surely be the teaming up of two of Perth’s most beloved artists – Katy Steele and Timothy Nelson – collaborating for one special night in the surrounds of the Subiaco Hotel (info/tickets here).
There’s also the return of last year’s hit Hiddleston Lane series, where you can put down a picnic blanket under the festoon lights and enjoy the likes of Ben Catley, Savannah Solman, Jordy Maxwell, Sash Seabourne and Darcie Haven.
You’ll also be able to catch some inspiring indie-folk from the likes of Ulla, Sam Coombes and Jay Grafton at Bar Loiter, along with the soulful sounds of Della Flora & Alexia Parenzee and Olivia & Reuben De Melo at Subi’s hottest new wine bars, Bar Amelie and Lums.
Then there’s slide guitar hero Mikey Long bringing the vibe at El Peruvian, Tanya Ransom, Sam McGovern and Austin Mackay playing a special Little Things Gin Rising WA Singer/Songwriters showcase, and Keeley Connolly and Riley Pearce hitting up new Subi brewery, Golden West Brewery.
The series ends with an epic free day out for the whole family in Market Square Park with food trucks, ice cream, pop-ups and more, all soundtracked by some of WA’s most exciting new talents in Dulcie, The Little Lord Street Band, King Ibis and Adrian Dzvuke. Grab more info on Sunday In The Square here.
Suburban Vibes runs from Friday 7 until Sunday 16 October – for more information and to buy tickets head to the See Subiaco Website.
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