Each year, Perth attracts visitors from around the world to attend an unbeatable series of music festivals.
Prepare to create life-long memories at any one of these Perth shows, no matter what your favourite genre may be.
Out of the Woods
Out of the Woods started from a love of music and art, and has since grown into a wildly popular festival that attracts people from around the country for an epic weekend of sound. The festival operates on four main principles – connection, creativity, celebration and respect – which are honoured by every aspect of the event.
In 2023, the musical lineup included stars such as Chet Faker, The Temper Trap and Montaigne. Visitors will rejoice at the inviting atmosphere and music-focused attitude that underpins this festival.
Perth International Jazz Festival
Each year, music lovers pack into concert halls, clubs and bars to listen to authentic jazz in the heart of the city. The Perth International Jazz Festival was established as a way to promote jazz and introduce the genre to a larger audience. It draws performers from around the country to showcase the universal quality of the genre.
Plus, the program always includes unique events such as the Jazz and Gin Party. Held at the West Winds Distillery last year, this show combined sound with delicious and refreshing cocktails.
Euphoria in the Fields
Observing its inaugural year in 2023, Euphoria in the Fields is perfect for lovers of all things alternative. Bringing together music, dance and art, it takes places across multiple stages and features alternative artists from across the globe.
Euphoria in the Fields is held in the Swan Valley, only a short one hour drive from Perth, and is all about the whimsical and magical. While listening to the performers, you can also try your hand at Goblin Golf, satisfy your cravings at Enchanted Eats or shop at the Mad Hatter Hall
Spilt Milk is one of the most iconic festivals on the Perth calendar. Each year, several Australian cities such as Canberra, Ballarat and Perth host a lineup of huge international names. In 2023, this included Post Malone and Aitch. Each city also presents an official afterparty to keep the good vibes going once the show is over.
The festival works in collaboration with Studio A, a Sydney-based studio supporting artists with intellectual disabilities.
Ice Cream Factory
Bring in the summer like never before with Ice Cream Factory. This festival is all about capturing the spirit of an Australian Summer through open-air music, creative experiences, branded activities and pop up bars.
The event is set on the former Peter’s Ice Cream Factory, a 7000sqm warehouse and open air space. Each year, the design and layout of the factory is changed, meaning no experience will ever be the same. With more than 30 artists over 13 incredible nights, it’s sure to be a festival to remember.
Grapevine is held all across Australia in some of the best vineyards the country has to offer. The festival strives to pair great music with equally impressive wines from local growers and brewers. Attending this festival, you will taste your way through delicious local wines, brews and crafts while you’re serenaded in a picturesque vineyard location, specially chosen for its atmosphere and stunning views.
The Western Australia leg of the Grapevine festival tour will take place at Sandalford Estate this year, found in the stunning Swan Valley. Locally sourced vendors will serve woodfired pizzas, slow cooked meats and more for you to enjoy while you listen to the impressive performers.
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