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Get out. That’s all we have to say, really. Get out every night of the week
and only come home when you have to. It’s such a huge season of arts
and events, we haven’t been able to fit everything into these twelve
pages. While we give it a fair go, you’ll find an even bigger guide in the
summer edition of Scoop magazine and a bigger one still at scoop.com.
au, which is WA’s only comprehensive what’s on directory.
Soak up the many music, food and cultural events
that will be running across WA this summer.
EVENTS | Go to scoop.com.au for more
1 Perth Festival 2013
Some of the world’s finest theatre,
music, visual art, film and literary works
hit platforms across the summer for the
Perth International Arts Festival.
2 Hopman Cup
See tennis’ biggest stars bring their
A-game to the 25th Hyundai Hopman
Cup. Support Bernard Tomic and Casey
Dellacqua, representing Australia.
3 Fringe World
Admire the strange and revel in the
quirky as burlesque, comedy and circus
acts take the stage at Fringe World 2013.
4 Neil Young
With rave reviews for his latest tour, and
a career spanning fifty years, Neil Young
brings the performance of a lifetime to
5 Opera in the Park
Enjoy Verdi’s Rigoletto, an action-
packed and emotionally charged
drama, in the serene setting of the
Supreme Court Gardens.
SOUTHBOUND The Flaming Lips,
Hilltop Hoods. January 3, Sir Stewart
Bovell Park, Busselton.
SUMMADAYZE The Chemical
Brothers, Kimbra, and MIA.
January 6, Patersons Stadium.
BIG DAY OUT Red Hot Chili Peppers,
The Killers, and B.O .B. January 28,
LANEWAY FESTIVAL Alpine, Jesse Wear, and
Yeasayer. February 9, Perth Cultural Centre.
THE BOYUP BROOK COUNTRY
Five-day celebration of grass roots country
music. February 13-17, Boyup Brook.
FUTURE MUSIC FESTIVAL Dizzee
Rascal, Rita Ora, Psy, and Fun. March 3,
SOUNDWAVE Metallica, The Offspring,
Blink 182. March 4, Claremont Showground.
BLUES AND ROOTS Ben Harper, Santana,
and Chris Isaak. March 23-24 , Fremantle Park.
For a complete guide
to arts and events in WA.
vents in WA.
celebration of Polish
culture, this triennial event
reaches Perth for the first
time with events spanning
dance, theatre, music, fine
arts, film and literature.
December 28-January 5,
Head into the centre of
town for the street parade
opening the festival on
the 14th, and have some
local food and fun.
January 14-21, Busselton.
Watch circus performers
from all over the globe
show off from midday to
midnight. Get amongst
the live music, good food,
and a bar that involves
a double-decker bus.
January 26-28, Lunar
Circus Site, Karridale,
SOUTH WEST CRAFT
Expect to keep your ears
and mouths open all day as
the South West’s breweries
band together to provide
you with fine brews and
local musicians. February
16-17 , Margaret River.
coastal lifestyle with Monika
Koss, the My Kitchen Rules
team, chef Dale Sniffen,
an art competition, and
entertainment for kids
and adults alike.
March 16, Mandurah.
Peruse the vintage cars,
fashion and cycles as
you sample wine, watch
swing dancers and other
entertainment, visit the
vintage poker den, or
get your antiques
valued for free over
three days. March 30-
April 1, Northam.
Celebrate one of
the six seasons on the
Wardandi calendar with
tool making, a bush
story-trail tour, spear
throwing, hunting and
an evening corroboree.
March 30-31, Yallingup.
The region invites you
to sample and celebrate
their wine, food and
the month. March-April,
Great Southern area.
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