Sounds of Bunuru

Sounds of Bunurusat25mar5:00 pmsat8:00 pm5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Comer Reserve, Comer Street, South Perth

Event Details

This year the City presents the Sounds of Bunuru Concert on Saturday 25 March 2023.

Roll out your picnic rug and enjoy an evening of live music under the stars along with children’s activities and roving entertainment. Pack a picnic or choose from a range of gourmet food vendors on site.

This concert will feature Auslan interpreters, ample ACROD parking, as well as track matting to allow access for people using a wheelchair or walking aid.

The event is free, with no bookings required.


5pm: Pre-show entertainment including children’s activities, roving entertainment and gourmet food trucks

5.45pm – Master of Ceremonies’ Welcome, Welcome to Country and Mayor’s Welcome.

6-6.30pm – ABRYNZ

Singer, songwriter, and producer ABRYNZ breaks genre boundaries with hard-hitting drops, euphoric builds, and erratically altering dynamics with her trademark sound EDHD (Electronic Dance Hyperactivity Divergence). ABRYNZ is a soulful powerhouse with vocals that will take you on a journey of time.

7-8pm – Phil Walleystack and Band

Singer-songwriter Phil Walleystack is a Noongar man raised in Country Western Australia. Phil’s performances are a cultural fusion with traditionally inspired contemporary chants. After ten years touring internationally, Phil has the ability to connect with every member of an audience with his raw talent and unique style of storytelling and humour.

Getting there

We encourage nearby residents to walk or cycle down to this event.


ACROD parking will be available. Please present your ACROD permit upon entry. There will be limited event parking surrounding the reserve.


This concert is wheelchair accessible. Path matting for wheelchair access will be in place and accessible toilets will be available. Auslan interpreters will be on stage throughout the duration of the event and streamed on to the screens on the stage.


You may bring your own seating including chairs and picnic blankets. The event will have designated areas for picnic blankets and low seating (low back chairs and chairs with short legs), and an area for high seating. No BYO umbrellas or marquees will be permitted.

Food and beverages

There will be a range of gourmet food trucks available to purchase from, you may also bring along your own food. The event is BYO, please drink responsibly. No alcoholic drinks will be available to purchase.

COVID safety

This event will be held in association with the current state government COVID-19 directives, including requirements for attendees to:
  • Practice good personal hygiene (e.g. hand sanitizer stations will be available at the event site).
  • People should stay home if they are feeling unwell; isolate; and get tested.

Supported by

This event is held in partnership with Mentally Healthy WA to promote the Act Belong Commit campaign.



(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Comer Reserve, Comer Street, South Perth