The iconic, historic streets of Fremantle will once again be turned into a living, breathing world stage when the International Street Arts Festival returns this Easter long weekend.
From Friday 10 til Monday 13 April the streets become the stage as performers from all over the world descend onto Freo for four days of fun, frivolity and fantastical feats.
From buskers, jugglers and music acts to street theatre performers, jugglers and more, this free event will take over several different spaces over the weekend, and best of all, it’s totally free.
While street arts have always been a feature of Fremantle, since 1999 on the Easter weekend things have stepped up a notch, with the famed alfresco areas even getting in on the act with pop-up bars and street food spilling further out into the streets.
The list of performers is delightfully weird and wonderful, including “deep sea explorers” What Lies Beneath, Tomas Ford’s famous Crap Music Rave Party, African dance troupe Zimboys and even prehistoric wonders, the Erth Dinosaurs.
For full rundown of performers, show times and performance spaces (including Esplanade Park, Fremantle Prison and South Tce), head to the Street Arts Festival WEBSITE.