We get the inside scoop about bringing live music back to Western Australia
Perth music fans, the wait is finally over – because WA Unlocked is bringing live music back to Western Australia.
It has been many long months since music fans have gotten to experience live music up close and personal. And while we have been so incredibly grateful to all the artists keeping us entertained via live-streamed and virtual concerts, we couldn’t be more excited to share this news with you.
In less than three weeks, HBF Stadium will play host to WA Unlocked – the first post-lockdown live concert in WA – and the lineup is an absolute cracker.
Featuring an all West Australian bill, because it wouldn’t be right to have it any of there, get ready to soak up some amazing tunes and dance the day away.
Leading this incredible lineup is none other than alt-dance group Crooked Colours. They’ve been bunkered down working on their new album, which means we might be lucky enough to hear some tasty new tunes in the lead up to their September headline tour.
They’ll be joined by drum and bass heavyweight ShockOne alongside vocalist Reija Lee, globetrotting hook masters Slumberjack and one of the country’s most exciting producers, Tina Says.
“The fact we are in this position thanks to the great work of the Government and the people of WA, means we can also use this as a unique opportunity to showcase 100% WA talent,” says co-promoter John Zaccaria from Zaccaria Concerts and Touring.
It is the moment we have all been waiting for. It’s time to swap your trackies for your best party outfit, pause your latest binge-session, and call up all your mates. We’ll see you there.
WA Unlocked, featuring Crooked Colours, ShockOne, Slumberjack, and Tina Says, will take over Perth’s HBF Stadium on Saturday 18 July. Tickets are on sale Tuesday 30 June via Ticketmaster.com.au.