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 LiveLighter Festival Finale

Free event

Bring your picnic rug and your best singing voices for a FREE concert in the park!

We're ending our Let's Celebrate Festival with a bang with fireworks, food trucks, free amusement rides and live music.

Enjoy the talents of musicians Vorsen, Mitch Martin and The Hunting Birds, then get ready to dance when Aussie pop stars Sheppard take to the stage - Say Geronimo!

This is a free event but tickets are required. 

Book your tickets at the event page.

Thanks to our major sponsor, Healthway promoting the LiveLighter​ message. LiveLighter encourages Australian adults to lead healthier lifestyles - to make changes to what they eat and drink, and to be more active. Click here to learn some simple changes you can make to 'LiveLighter' today!

Event Information

Be wowed by Vorsen from 5pm, Mitchell Martin from 6pm, The Hunting Birds from 7pm, and headline act Sheppard from 8pm! The event will conclude with a fireworks display from approx. 8:45pm. Free carnival rides will be available for the duration of the event (5pm - 9pm).
Food can be purchased from a range of food trucks – so bring your appetites!
Please note that there is limited parking at Peet Park with all bays being reserved for ACROD permit holders and less mobile seniors. We will be running a free shuttle bus between Peet Park and outside the City's Civic Centre (Wright Street) from 4:30pm - 9:30pm on the day of the event so please plan your parking accordingly. The park is a 15 minute walk from Faulkner Park.
Why not ride, walk or take public transport? Secure your bike in our bike racks or use one of the multiple bus stops on surrounding streets that make catching public transport to this event a breeze. Click here to plan your journey using Transperth.
Dogs or other pets are not permitted at this event due to noise emitted by music and fireworks.
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