Marking the traditional Nanga Music weekend, the organising committee is hosting afternoon and evening concerts in two venues on the same day. Both venues – one in Mount Hawthorn and the other in Shenton Park – will feature the same six fabulous acts and will be small and intimate (maximum 100 patrons) in the style that Nanga traditionally provides.
A series of very special performances was born to mark the customary Nanga Music Festival weekend date. In the spirit of this much-loved event, Artistic Director, Tim Fisher has curated a line-up of great WA artists for two intimate, moving and rich concerts to keep the dream alive. The bill comprises some Nanga favourites along with the introduction of acts Nanga audiences may not have seen before, with a generous dinner break between sessions when patrons can explore local dining experiences or picnic in a local park.
S I X – A C T P R O G R A M M E C O N F I R M E D
▪ Copper Leaves
▪ Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse
▪ Helen Townsend & Shannon Smith
▪ Kate Pass & The Kohesia Quartet
▪ The Wayward Earls
Shenton Park Community Centre and Mount Hawthorn Main Hall
240 Onslow Rd, Shenton Park, 197 Scarborough Beach Rd, Mount Hawthorn, WA