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Music in the Park – November Concert
November 11 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Dust off the eski and dig out the picnic chairs! Music in the Park is back with two sunset concerts at some of the City’s most beautiful green spaces.
Live music, local parks, food trucks and free entertainment – what more could you ask for on a balmy Saturday evening?
Saturday 11 November 2023, 5.00pm – 9.00pm
Timberlane Park, Woodvale
5.30pm – 6.00pm: Coco Elise
6.15pm – 7.15pm: LUCI
7.30pm – 8.30pm: The Witchy Djypsies
About the Artists
Coco Elise bring a nostalgia-fuelled sound built on chopped synth chord, mesmerising guitar work and groovy bass lines. Their debut EP dropped late last year, featuring dynamic and conversational lyricism about longing for love and the nature of life, you know – regular 20-something-year-old woes.
LUCI are a bunch of Boorloo locals with a contagious on-stage chemistry. Showcasing a 90s neo-soul sound mixed with modern jazz influences, this talented group of lads really know how to put on a show – evidenced by their fast-growing fan base. Come and see why Pilerats has declared them one of the 20 Australian artists to watch in 2023.
The Witchy Djypsies are a high-energy bunch of music makers from France, Guadeloupe, The Netherlands and Australia. Casting their musical spells on audiences of all ages, this eclectic 6-piece skillfully fuse soulful Latin beats, cheeky gypsy jazz and brass-infused ska rhythms together in a playful and uplifting performance that tears down genre borders.
- All performances will be Auslan interpreted.
- Accessible toilets are available.
- Wheelchair users, please note that the event site is grassed.
Getting to the Concert
- Walk or Cycle – Make the most of the good weather by getting to the concert on foot or by peddle power.
- Catch Public Transport – Let someone else do the driving! Plan your route with the Transperth Journey Planner.
- Drive – Parking will be available on the oval at Timberland Park, with access via Woodvale Drive. Follow directions from traffic marshals.