Featuring an epic selection of 80+ acts, plus the return of the Block Party and PICA Amphitheatre all ages stage, this year’s Saturday Spectacular will once again prove to be WA’s biggest and most diverse, completely free celebration of live, original, homegrown music.

Mixing certifiable gold class acts with the hottest up’n’comers across countless genres, this year’s Saturday Spectacular provides testament to WA being one of the world’s most exciting hotbeds for musical talent.

Get ready to feast your ears on a smorgasbord of musical offerings from 4pm – late across 11 venues:

  • Block Party - #WilsonStCarpark
  • PICA Amphitheatre (All Ages Stage)
  • Badlands Bar
  • The Bird
  • The Boston
  • Ezra Pound  
  • The Hen House Live
  • Jimmy's Den
  • The Mustang Bar Perth
  • The Moon - Cafe
  • Universal Bar

This is the ultimate event for music lovers not to be missed. Download the official WAM Fest program

Also catch the return of the Kiss My Camera photography competition and exhibition on the Perth Cultural Centre screen. After a three year hiatus the exhibition is back with a selection of music photographs. Finalists will be displayed multiple times each day on the screen. 

All part of the new #WAMFest presented by Drug Aware. 

Where

James Street Amphitheatre

Perth Cultural Centre James Street Mall (Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street)

Show map
Get directions

You might also like

Image of two men viewing a mountain landscape that is saturated in yellow
Date
Location
Perth Cultural Centre

Energies: Haines and Hinterding

An exhibition featuring collaborative and solo works seeking to reveal the unseen energies that surround us.

  • art-exhibitions
  • family-children
  • learn
inkjet print of volcanic island
Date
Location
Perth Cultural Centre

Bill Henson

A National Gallery of Victoria exhibition on display in Perth. 

  • art-exhibitions
  • family-children
  • learn
patch work imagery of a tree with no leaves
Date
Location
Perth Cultural Centre

Looking Glass

WA artist Gregory Pryor has created an immersive new work which draws upon his investigations into isolated landscapes of Western Australia.

  • art-exhibitions
  • learn
  • family-children