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A CITY OF FREMANTLE FESTIVAL

Easter Weekend

4-6 April


Welcome to the

2015Street Festival Arts Fremantle

With artists from Cuba, Japan, UK, Italy, New Zealand , France, USA, Spain and our own backyard, this is undoubtedly the most comprehensive program of street theatre, busking and comedy we’ve presented.

For three full days, be amused, astounded and amazed as the streets of Fremantle transform into a multitude of stages for your entertainment. This year, the City is proud to partner with the Tasmanian International Arts Festival and the Castlemaine State Festival to present El Son Entero from Cuba. One of a range of exciting new ventures as Fremantle’s renaissance into ‘the place to be’ continues. The Festival provides the perfect backdrop to explore the Port City, take in the well-known landmarks and discover something new, different and distinctly Fremantle.

The Festival will see the streets of Fremantle transformed into a series of performance sites featuring theatre, comedy, circus and busking when more than 20 local, national and international street performers take over the port city.

Welcome to the 2015 Fremantle Street Arts Festival. First held in 1999, the Festival has grown from a grassroots busking event to become a popular annual feature on Western Australia’s events calendar, attended by more than 100,000 people.

This year’s program includes a variety of acts from countries as far as Cuba, the Netherlands, the UK, USA, Japan and France. Waterbombs from the USA will deliver an interactive water balloon show featuring comedy, flying water balloons and loud opera music; while El Son Entero from Cuba will feature some of the best of Cuban dance music. The Fremantle Street Arts Festival is proudly supported by the State Government through Tourism Western Australia.

If you haven’t been ‘port side’ since last year’s Festival you might notice a few changes, with more than forty new local businesses opening in that time. From a packed program of high quality street performance, bustling restaurants, fine hand-crafted beer and coffee, boutique retail and a range of new offerings all over Fremantle, why would you be anywhere else this Easter? Come along and support our entertainers, our entrepreneurs and your city and enjoy all that is old and new this Festival season. See you on the streets of Freo!

Dr Brad Pettitt FREMANTLE MAYOR

The State Government has a strategy in place to increase the value of tourism to $12 billion by 2020, and events play an integral role in achieving this goal. Not only do events attract visitors, they also provide a boost to the economy, add vibrancy to a destination and help raise the profile of the State through valuable media exposure. I hope everyone enjoys the Festival and takes time to explore historic Fremantle.

Dr Kim Hames DEPUTY PREMIER MINISTER FOR TOURISM


YOUR GUIDE to the Fremantle Street Arts Festival program

Buskers It takes a special kind of artist to entertain crowds on the streets and many of our performers have travelled across the globe to perform for you in Fremantle. If you’ve enjoyed their performance, put some money in the hat, this is how they make their living.

Roving These performers aren’t static, you’ll see them pop up in places all around Fremantle during the Festival. We’ve given you a starting point; see if you can catch them along the way.

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Music There’s nothing better than the sounds of live music filling the open air during the Festival. Check out this year’s musical acts, be they comedy, folk or international.

Activity Don’t just watch, do. Get involved in a number of fun and interactive activities that will be taking place around Fremantle throughout the Festival.

Ticketed show While most of the Festival action takes place on the streets, there are selected events which take you deeper into the performances at venues around Fremantle.


Opening

NIGHT

Thursday 2 April, 6.30pm Fremantle Arts Centre Direct from Cuba, El Son Entero are set to fire up the 2015 Street Arts Festival. Cha cha, mambo, rumba and salsa will be the go as the irresistible Afro-Cuban rhythms fill the beautiful grounds of the Fremantle Arts Centre for the opening event of the Festival. Mix and mingle with performers and special guests. But most of all, bring your dancing shoes!


Pasaje

Saturday 4 April, 7pm Fremantle Arts Centre, Inner courtyard Pasaje (Passage) is an extraordinarily evocative bilingual journey into Cuban cultural history told through music, story, dance and film with a live performance by the outstanding traditional Cuban band El Son Entero. Touring Australia in their first ever shows outside Cuba, the band will be accompanied by a captivating montage of rare footage from the archives of Cuba’s oldest recording company, EGREM. Popular Cuban musical styles such as son, bolero, cha cha, chanqui and trova are explored from their historical origins in Spanish colonialism and African slavery, to their current global popularity. Alternatively narrated in English and Spanish, Pasaje offers audiences a unique insight into a complex, often controversial and richly layered Caribbean culture — a cultural history that is rarely seen or heard on these shores. El Son Entero, from Camaguey in central Cuba, are a classically trained and deeply passionate group of exceptional musicians. With tightly woven string rhythms, full Afro-Cuban percussion, blistering trumpet and tight vocal harmonies, they inhabit their band name - they are ‘the full sound’.

El Son Entero Roberto Willians Moreno Terrero (tres)w Michel Hernández Torres (guitar) Jorge Isidro Luaces Delgado (voice / güiro) Randy Enmanuel Veitía Godinez (trumpet) Daulyn William Aldana Boudet (voice / maracas) Elvis Armando Pimentel Hernández (bass) Demis Jesús Yero Álvarez (congas)w Presented by the Fremantle Arts Centre in association with the Castlemaine State Festival and the Tasmanian International Arts Festival.

Doors open 7pm, Show starts 8pm (75 mins no interval) Tickets $40 + BF from fac.org.au 18+ Bar Open & Food Available


Winterbourne (Australia)

Central Coast folk troubadours James Draper and Jordan Brady (aka Winterbourne) used to wake at 4am so they could drive to Sydney, wait in line for nine hours and eventually busk the prized main spot in Pitt St Mall. Experience what made it all worthwhile as they weave strong vocal melodies with acoustic guitars, mandolin, lush bass and rhythmic drumming.

Saturday 4 April

National Hotel Pitch – 1.30pm Walyalup Pitch – 5.30pm

Sunday 5 April

Fremantle Arts Centre – 2pm

Monday 6 April

Walyalup Pitch – Noon Walyalup Pitch – 2pm

Sivouplait: A Silent Couple in Humorous White (Japan)

What happens when two mimes fall in love? This quirky pair from Japan dressed in all white will share some gorgeously funny scenarios without uttering a single word. Are they falling for each other? Or perhaps they’re not in love at all? Prepare to be intrigued by this unique silent comedy.

Saturday 4 April

Fremantle Arts Centre – 2pm The Newport Pitch – 4pm

Sunday 5 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – Noon The Newport Pitch – 3.30pm

Monday 6 April

Walyalup Pitch – 11am Fremantle Arts Centre – 2pm


Funny Bones (Japan and United Kingdom)

International double act Funny Bones need no words to deliver their hilarious ad-libbed routines. Chris Peters (UK) and K-Bow (Japan) have shared the same eccentric mind for the 12 years they’ve performed together. Who knows what to expect, but it might just involve giant puppetry, acrobatics, slapstick, funky voice percussion and a side of magic.

El Son Entero (Cuba)

Son, meaning rhythm, is the central musical force in Cuba, and El Son Entero have travelled all the way to Australia to capture your feet with their infectious afro-cuban rhythm. From its Nigerian slave roots, Son is embedded in Cuba’s music, history and daily life. So put on your ‘para la fiesta’ and dance like no one is watching. Presented by the Fremantle Street Arts Festival in association with the Castlemaine State Festival and the Tasmanian International Arts Festival.

Saturday 4 April

Fremantle Arts Centre – 2.55pm National Hotel Pitch – 5.30pm

Sunday 5 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 3pm National Hotel Pitch – 6pm

Monday 6 April

Sail and Anchor Pitch – Noon Fremantle Arts Centre – 2.55pm

Saturday 4 April

Walyalup Pitch – 1.30pm Walyalup Pitch – 3.30pm

Sunday 5 April

Esplanade Hotel Atrium – 4.30pm National Hotel Pitch – 7pm

Monday 6 April

Walyalup Pitch – 1pm National Hotel Pitch – 4pm


Fraser Hooper (United Kingdom)

The world’s only former menswear manager turned street fighting clown, Fraser Hooper, will dare to challenge all comers in a threeround bout of pure comedy carnage. He’s boxing's biggest baddy, and he’s back to deliver a belly-aching performance. Get a ringside seat for this mesmeric mime and prepare for some high-impact audience involvement.

Saturday 4 April

Sail and Anchor Pitch – 1pm The Newport Pitch – 3pm

Sunday 5 April

Victoria Quay Pitch – Noon National Hotel Pitch – 2pm Walyalup Pitch – 4pm

Monday 6 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – Noon The Newport Pitch – 2pm

The Rats

(Spain) Campi Qui Pugui Productions Eeek! Giant rats have flooded the streets! Thankfully, a flautist has come from far, far away to enchant them with a tune and distract the crowd. See if you can help him find them. One is cute, one’s slow and fat, another is deliriously happy, and the last is a big meanie.

Saturday 4 April

Starts from Victoria Quay Pitch – 1pm Starts from Little Creatures – 3pm

Sunday 5 April

Starts from Little Creatures – 12.20pm Starts from Esplanade Hotel, Harbour Master alfresco – 4pm

Monday 6 April

Starts from Little Creatures – 1pm …and other unexpected places around Freo.


Ole! (Spain)

Stand back as three Latin machos duel with flaming flamenco guitars at a fast and furious pace. They play like virtuosos and sing like Pavarotti, but watch out, they can be a little bit loco! Their musical performance is peppered with frantic ping pong ball spitting, thrown guitars and smashed eggs..

Saturday 4 April

Sail and Anchor Pitch – 2pm National Hotel Pitch – 4.30pm

Sunday 5 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 1pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 3.30pm

Monday 6 April

National Hotel Pitch – Noon Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 3pm

WATERBOMBS! (USA) Acrobuffos

Draw your swords! A water balloon gladiator show is descending upon Fremantle. Dramatic opera music provides the epic soundtrack to a hysterical battle filled with flying water balloons and ridiculous comic antics. Head trouble-makers Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone have no time for dialogue in this interactive extravaganza. See why it’s thrilled crowds in 18 countries.

Saturday 4 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 1pm National Hotel Pitch – 3.30pm

Sunday 5 April

Sail and Anchor Pitch – 1.30pm National Hotel Pitch – 5pm

Monday 6 April

The Newport Pitch – Noon Sail and Anchor Pitch – 2pm


Perky & Fiddle (Netherlands)

Perky and Fiddle are sick of their humdrum, predestined existence as garden gnomes and are looking for adventure in the wide world. After spending many years watering the  flowerbed, they’re finally fulfilling their dream of a wild, exhilarating, glamorous life.

Saturday 4 April

Victoria Quay Pitch – 2pm

Sunday 5 April

Victoria Quay Pitch – 2pm The Newport Pitch – 4.30pm Walyalup Pitch – 6pm

Monday 6 April

Victoria Quay Pitch – 2pm …and other unexpected places around Freo.

The Mr Spin Show (Australia)

You may have pulled some mad BMX stunts back in the day, but did you ever graduate to a custom eight-foot zigzag unicycle? Mr Spin did. In fact, he’ll even ride this contraption while juggling three baseball bats and balancing a glass of water on his head. Witness the raw skills of this true circus performer and vaudevillian comic.

Saturday 4 April

Fremantle Prison Pitch – Noon The Newport Pitch – 2pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 5pm

Sunday 5 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 2pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 6.30pm

Monday 6 April

National Hotel Pitch – 2pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 4pm


The Brooklyn Healer (United Kingdom)

Former mafia hit-man Charlie O’Taney unexpectedly received the gift of healing from a dying Chinese man. From the comfort of his five-door saloon, he puts on one of the world’s earliest street performances, the miracle medicine show. Have your warts charmed, undergo psychic surgery or get an aura spring-clean in his mobile therapy room.

Saturday 4 April

Esplanade Hotel, outside the Ball and Chain – 1-3pm and 4-6pm

Sunday 5 April

Esplanade Hotel, outside the Ball and Chain – 1-3pm and 5-7pm

Monday 6 April

Esplanade Hotel, outside the Ball and Chain – Noon-2pm and 3-5pm

Eloise Green The Hula Queen (Australia)

A story of love in all shapes and sizes comes with unexpected twists and surprises. ‘All You Need Is Love’ by Eloise Green, The Hula Queen, is a romantic comedy too unorthodox for the silver screen. It’s acted out using risky acrobatics, a vast collection of hula hoops and all-round tomfoolery.

Saturday 4 April

Victoria Quay Pitch – Noon Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 2pm Walyalup Pitch – 4.30pm

Sunday 5 April

The Newport Pitch – 2.30pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 4.30pm

Monday 6 April

The Newport Pitch – 1pm National Hotel Pitch – 3pm


Zap Circus (Australia)

Circus veterans Tarrabelle and Rusty should have learned by now not to play with fire, but they can’t seem to quit their burning addiction. Allow them to suspend your disbelief as they balance precariously on top of shoulders and juggle fire, spin flaming hula hoops and perform wild stunts. They’ve sold out shows at Fringe World since 2012, see why.

Saturday 4 April

The Newport Pitch – 1pm Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 3pm

Sunday 5 April

Sail and Anchor Pitch – 5.30pm National Hotel Pitch – 8pm

Monday 6 April

Sail and Anchor Pitch – 1pm The Newport Pitch – 3pm

Future Freo From the fantastical to the practical, help build a Lego version of how you would like to see Fremantle 10, 20 or 50 years from now. Alongside artist Lewis Horne, you will create a small-scale vision of Freo in the future as part of a unique display within the Woolstores workshop space. Let your imagination run free as you help create people, play spaces, businesses and homes for Future Freo!

Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April Monday 6 April

Woolstores Shopping Centre 10am-2pm


Beat the Streets (Australia)

SKRYF (Netherlands)

A robot creeps forward leaving a stream of intricate letters created from piles of sand. Like everything else in our world, language is in a constant state of transition. Alongside the sand, it disintegrates and magically reappears thanks to human beings, nature and the passage of time. Thanks to Fremantle Press, SKRYF will be bringing the words of local poet Nandi Chinna to life during the Festival.

Saturday 4 April

Fremantle Town Hall – 1-5pm

Sunday 5 April

Fremantle Town Hall – 1-5pm

Monday 6 April

Fremantle Town Hall – Noon-4pm

Using the Freo pavement as their instrument, Beat the Streets will invigorate you with their explosive break dancing and tap dancing. These homegrown dynamos have toured the world and were hand picked to perform with the likes of Taylor Swift and Jason Derulo. It’s a Tap Dogs and Electric Boogaloo mash-up you won’t be able to resist.

Saturday 4 April

Davis Park Beaconsfield (show and youth workshop) – Noon Sail and Anchor Pitch – 3pm The Newport Pitch – 5pm

Sunday 5 April

National Hotel Pitch – 4pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 7.30pm

Monday 6 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 1pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 3pm


Senmaru

Kiki & Pascal

‘Edo-Daikagura’ was once a sacred performance designed to chase away evil, but Japanese artist Senmaru is bringing it back to the people. See how a dose of frivolity can change everything in this charming appropriation of a Japanese tradition. Wearing his elegant kimono, Senmaru performs traditional tricks that others are yet to discover.

A stand up show that’s best watched sitting down, lest you keel over and ROTFL. The journey of an unlikely couple unfolds in a mad combination of singing, juggling, twisted contortion and acrobatics, with a surprise magical ending. Actress Emma Thompson called it “the best street show I have ever seen”.

(Japan)

(United Kingdom and Kasador)

Saturday 4 April

Saturday 4 April

Esplanade Hotel Pitch – Noon Walyalup Pitch – 2.30pm

National Hotel Pitch – 2.30pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 4pm

Sunday 5 April

Sunday 5 April

Fremantle Prison Pitch – Noon Sail and Anchor Pitch – 2.30pm The Newport Pitch – 6.30pm

National Hotel Pitch – 3pm The Newport Pitch – 5.30pm

Monday 6 April

Fremantle Prison Pitch – Noon Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 2pm The Newport Pitch – 4pm

Victoria Quay Pitch – 11am National Hotel Pitch – 1pm Walyalup Pitch – 3pm

Monday 6 April


Fausto Barile (Italy)

We all hide a little something inside. Fausto Barile invites you to take a look inside his belly, where a boiling pot of thoughts, fears, moods and emotions play out in his own private little theatre, complete with audience, stage and lighting. Discover his magical inner world.

Saturday 4 April

South Terrace – 2pm South Terrace – 4.30pm

Sunday 5 April

Walyalup Pitch – 2pm The Newport Pitch – 7.30pm

Monday 6 April South Terrace – 1pm South Terrace – 3pm

Giant Seagulls The

(United Kingdom)

Think Freo’s seagulls are cheeky? Wait till you see the mischief this pair bring from the UK. Keep one eye on your chips at all times, their nosy beaks will be rummaging where they shouldn’t be!

Saturday 4 April

Starts from Little Creatures – 1pm Starts from Norfolk Hotel – 3pm

Sunday 5 April

Starts from Victoria Quay Pitch – 1pm Starts from Little Creatures – 4pm

Monday 6 April

Starts from Norfolk Hotel – 2pm Starts from Little Creatures – 4pm …and other unexpected places around Freo.


Yukinko Akira (Japan)

What do you get when mash-up a dance performance, a DJ set and a hypnotic painting spectacular? The uniquely awesome Yukinko Akira! With his paint splattered CD player blasting out beats he mixes in his own studio, Akira creates art as performance. In his native Tokyo he has been awarded the prestigious title of ‘Heaven Artist’, someone who contributes real cultural value to Tokyo’s public spaces. Now it’s Freo’s turn.

Saturday 4 April South Terrace – 1.30pm South Terrace – 4pm

Sunday 5 April

The Newport Pitch – 1.30pm Walyalup Pitch – 5pm

Monday 6 April

South Terrace – Noon South Terrace – 2pm

Madam Bonbon (United Kingdom) CocoLoco

Follow Madame Bonbon through the streets of Freo as she whimsically creates a sumptuous spectacle peppered with intricate wit, batty tongue twisters and ridiculous riddles. She’s a barking mad royal personality, sweeping through the town, imparting accusations as vehement as they are bewildering and compliments as barbed as they are humorous. Catch her if you can.

Saturday 4 April

Starts from Esplanade Hotel, Harbour Master alfresco – 1pm Starts from Fremantle Esplanade Reserve – 2.30pm Starts from South Terrace – 4.30pm

Sunday 5 April

Starts from Norfolk Hotel – 2.30pm Starts from South Terrace – 4.30pm Starts from South Terrace – 6.30pm

Monday 6 April

Starts from Esplanade Hotel, Harbour Master alfresco – 1pm Starts from Fremantle Esplanade Reserve – 2.30pm Starts from South Terrace – 4.30pm …and other unexpected places around Freo.


Flower Power

Circus WA

Experience the art of ‘haute coiffure’ as Christophe Pavia transforms spectators’ hair into outrageous masterpieces. Using organic materials, leaves, butterflies, feathers and ribbons, this hair magician will have you feeling the love of Flower Power and never wanting to wear a simple pony tail again.

See up and coming performers do what they do best. Featuring an ensemble of talented young students from CircusWA, Sliderz will blow you away with an array of beautiful and quirky acts. Be enthralled by aerial feats, acrobatics, unicycling, contortion and live music... Yes it’s all in the one show!

(France) Mystérieuses Coiffures

Saturday 4 April

South Terrace Piazza – 1-4pm

Sunday 5 April

South Terrace Piazza – 1-4pm

Monday 6 April

South Terrace Piazza – 1-4pm

(Fremantle)

Directed by Dawn Pascoe from Natural Wings

Sunday 5 April

Walyalup Pitch – 1pm Walyalup Pitch – 3pm


Lurk (New Zealand)

Like an enigmatic shadow, you never quite know where you’ll find Lurk. But when you do, he’ll engage you with his eccentric musings and quirky mime. Both kids and adults will love this tragicomic clown as he makes his way back to the place he once called home.

Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April MONDAY 6 April

Look for Lurk in unexpected places around Freo.

WRAP Party

Finish off your Fremantle Street Arts Festival experience by kicking back and having a drink with your favourite performers at the official Festival Wrap Party, hosted by The Norfolk Hotel. Mingle and enjoy tunes from great local DJs while winding down from the Easter weekend excitement. Entry to the Wrap Party is free.

Monday 6 April

The Norfolk Hotel – 5pm till late


West End

Weekender

Welcome to the West-End Weekender, the transformation of the historic High Street into a wonderland of interactive art, delicious food and inspiring creativity. Showcasing some of Fremantle’s hottest and most innovative young talent and with your favourite High Street shops open like you have never seen them before, jump right in to the festivities or put your feet up, cool down, and enjoy the show in our shady sitting areas.

Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April MONDAY 6 April 11am – 9pm

The

Orient Hotel Pitch

Joining the Fremantle Street Arts Festival for the first time, The Orient Hotel will be offering a full-line up of entertainment over the Easter long weekend. Don’t miss live bands rocking the stage, acoustic performances plus food and drink specials.

Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April MONDAY 6 April 2pm – 10pm


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SATURDAY 4 April Look out for Roving performers. See PERFORMERS WITH

SYMBOL for their start times and locations

The Sail and Anchor Pitch

Esplanade Hotel Pitch

Fraser Hooper

1pm

Senmaru

Ole

2pm

Waterbombs

1pm

Beat the Streets

3pm

Eloise Green The Hula Queen

2pm

Kiki & Pascal

4pm

Zap Circus

3pm

Mr Spin

5pm

Fremantle Prison Pitch

Walyalup Pitch

Mr Spin

Noon

Noon

El Son Entero

1.30pm

Victoria Quay Pitch

Senmaru

2.30pm

Eloise Green The Hula Queen

El Son Entero

3.30pm

The Rats

1pm

Eloise Green The Hula Queen

4.30pm

Perky & Fiddle

2pm

Winterbourne

5.30pm

Esplanade Hotel - Harbour Master Alfresco

The Newport Pitch

Noon

Zap Circus

1pm

Madame Bonbon

Mr Spin

2pm

Norfolk Hotel

Fraser Hooper

3pm

The Seagulls

Sivouplait

4pm

Little Creatures Brewery

Beat the Streets

5pm

The Seagulls

1pm

The Rats

3pm

The National Hotel Pitch Winterbourne

1.30pm

Kiki & Pascal

2.30pm

Waterbombs

3.30pm

Ole

4.30pm

Funny Bones

5.30pm

Numbat Pitch Local Buskers

from 11am

1pm

3pm

Esplanade Hotel - Ball and Chain The Brooklyn Healer

1-3pm

The Brooklyn Healer

4-6pm

Fremantle Arts Centre Sivouplait Funny Bones

2pm 2.55pm


SUNDAY 5 April Look out for Roving performers. See PERFORMERS WITH

SYMBOL for their start times and locations

The Sail and Anchor Pitch

The National Hotel Pitch

Waterbombs

1.30pm

Fly Pitch

1pm

Senmaru

2.30pm

Fraser Hooper

2pm

Ole

3.30pm

Kiki & Pascal

3pm

Eloise Green The Hula Queen

4.30pm

Beat the Streets

4pm

Zap Circus

5.30pm

Waterbombs

5pm

Mr Spin

6.30pm

Funny Bones

6pm

Beat the Streets

7.30pm

El Son Entero

7pm

Zap Circus

8pm

Walyalup Pitch CircusWA

1pm

Fausto Barile

2pm

CircusWA

3pm

Fraser Hooper

4pm

Yukinko Akira

5pm

Perky and Fiddle

6pm

The Charisma Brothers

7pm

The Charisma Brothers

8pm

The Newport Pitch

Fremantle Prison Pitch Senmaru

Noon

Victoria Quay Pitch Fraser Hooper

Noon

The Seagulls

1pm

Perky & Fiddle

2pm

Esplanade Hotel - Harbour Master Alfresco The Rats

4pm

Norfolk Hotel

Yukinko Akira

1.30pm

Eloise Green The Hula Queen

2.30pm

Sivouplait

3.30pm

Perky and Fiddle

4.30pm

Kiki & Pascal

5.30pm

Senmaru

6.30pm

Esplanade Hotel - Ball and Chain

Fausto Barile

7.30pm

The Brooklyn Healer

1pm

The Brooklyn Healer

5pm

Esplanade Hotel Pitch Sivouplait

Noon

Madame Bonbon

2.30pm

Little Creatures Brewery The Rats The Seagulls

12.20pm 4pm

Fremantle Arts Centre

Ole

1pm

Winterbourne

Mr Spin

2pm

Numbat Pitch

Funny Bones

3pm

Local Buskers

2pm from 11am


MONDAY 6 April Look out for Roving performers. See PERFORMERS WITH

SYMBOL for their start times and locations

The Sail and Anchor Pitch

Esplanade Hotel Pitch

Funny Bones

Noon

Fraser Hooper

12pm

Zap Circus

1pm

Beat the Street

1pm

Waterbombs

2pm

Kiki & Pascal

2pm

Beat the Street

3pm

Ole

3pm

Mr Spin

4pm

Fremantle Prison Pitch

Walyalup Pitch

Kiki & Pascal

Noon

Sivouplait

11am

Victoria Quay Pitch

Winterbourne

Noon

Senmaru

11am

El Son Entero

1pm

Perky & Fiddle

Noon

Winterbourne

2pm

Senmaru

3pm

Esplanade Hotel - Harbour Master Alfresco Madame Bonbon

The Newport Pitch Waterbombs

Noon

1pm

Norfolk Hotel

Eloise Green The Hula Queen

1pm

The Seagulls

Fraser Hooper

2pm

Little Creatures Brewery

Zap Circus

3pm

The Rats

1pm

Kiki & Pascal

4pm

The Seagulls

4pm

The National Hotel Pitch Ole

2pm

Esplanade Hotel - Ball and Chain Noon

Senmaru

1pm

Mr Spin

2pm

Eloise Green The Hula Queen

3pm

El Son Entero

4pm

The Brooklyn Healer

Noon

The Brooklyn Healer

3pm

Fremantle Arts Centre Sivouplait Funny Bones

2pm 2.55pm

Numbat Pitch Local Buskers

from 11am


There’s always something happening in

Fremantle

If you’ve enjoyed the Fremantle Street Arts Festival, come back and visit us at one our other fantastic festivals:

HERITAGE Festival 8-17 May 2015

Celebrate all things vintage, retro and historical in the heart of Fremantle.

HIDDEN Treasures July 2015

Discover local musical gems at venues along High Street every Thursday in July.

FREMANTLE Festival

25 October-8 November 2015 Be a part of Australia’s longest-running festival, packed with fantastic community events.

Register your events as part of our festivals, download full program information and find out more at fremantlestory.com.au


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There’s an art to enjoying the Festival. It’s called taking Transperth. That way you can enjoy all the wonderful street theatre and entertainment – without the hassle of traffic jams and parking. Plan your journey at transperth.wa.gov.au

StARt YOuR FEStIvAl DAY At WOOlStORES Easy parking close to all the action!

See our website for our festival event details.

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FREE PARKING* WHEN YOU SPEND $10 OR MORE! *2 hours free parking

PLUS SPeciaLty StoreS

cnr cantonment & Queen St Fremantle

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See & Do

Eat & Drink events & festivals

Shopping


Love Freo Reads UNIQUELY WESTERN AUSTRALIAN STORIES

Be entertained as

VICTORIA QUAY comes alive for the

Fremantle Street Arts Festival

EASY PARKING

SPECIALTY SHOPS

Peter Hughes Drive, Victoria Quay, Fremantle

E Y LIV S DAIL MANCE R m FO PER rom 12 p et f stre s ving + ro rformer pe

FOOD COURT

The Norfolk Hotel sponsor and canvas for the Fremantle Street Arts Festival WWW.NORFOLKHOTEL.COM.AU 47 SOUTH TERRACE, FREMANTLE . 08 9335 5405


CELEBRATE ALL WEEKEND

at the oďŹƒcial

festival hotel Kids peeing zoo Sat & Sun 1pm - 4pm

The brooklyn healer outside Ball & Chain Family friendly restaurants & two bars Fantastic roving performers PLUS the Cuban Party with live music by El Son Entero Sat 4.30pm


NOW WE’RE COOKING!

GREAT FOOD | LIVE ENTERTAINMENT GOURMET BREWS | TIKI BAR | 5 NEW BARS

NEW KITCHEN NOW OPEN

coming up at fremantle arts centre john luther adams’ inuksuit performed by waapa’s defying gravity

fri 20 march

offbeat

daniel susnjar mathas rokwell & groom afro-peruvian joni in the moon jazz group catlips free & josh hogan

sat 21 march

waapa direct music theatre & big band

sun 22 march fri 27 march Book your tickets and find out more at fac.org.au


DRUG AWARE MARGARET RIVER PRO Margaret River / 15-26 Apr

JAZZ BY THE BAY Dunsborough / 29-31 May

Image © Peter Joli Wilson

A TASTE OF BROOME Broome / 16 Apr, 14 May & 18 Jun

ARGYLE DIAMONDS ORD VALLEY MUSTER Kununurra / 15-24 May

TRUFFLE KERFUFFLE - SOUTHERN FOREST FOOD FESTIVAL Margaret River / 15-25 Apr

Ignite your senses this year in

WESTERN AUSTRALIA See more events and plan your trip visit WESTERNAUSTRALIA.COM/EVENTS

Fremantle Street Arts Festival - 2015 program  

Complete program of entertainment for the 2015 Fremantle Street Arts Festival, 4-6 April

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