Sota Festival 2016

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State of the Art Festival says
And we’re back! The celebration of WA music returns this year in the form of the first major WA music festival to grace Elizabeth Quay, and best of all it’s completely free.

Proudly presented by Celebrate WA, the fifth annual State of the Art (SOTA) music showcase will be held as part of WA Day Festival on Monday 6 June 2016 over three stages.

So, want to know what WA Day sounds like?

JEBEDIAH
SAN CISCO
TA-KU (LIVE) | KOI CHILD | THE LOVE JUNKIES
MATHAS | MOSQUITO COAST | MORGAN BAIN
VERGE COLLECTION | THE MERINDAS | JACOB DIAMOND
OUR MAN IN BERLIN | RILEY PEARCE | THE TOMMYHAWKS
GALLOPING FOXLEYS | JOEL BARKER | HUSSY | JENNIFER RENEE

SYDNEE CARTER | DAN CRIBB | LUKE DUX
MARK NEAL | ELLI SCHOEN | HELEN SHANAHAN

NANDO CESAR | KOVAXX
+1 | JIMIJ B2B GREEN GEORGE

For the first time SOTA will be held on WA Day Monday as part of the wider WA Day Festival. Attendees will also be able to branch out from the SOTA Festival to enjoy a range of activities, including sports clinics, circus skills workshops, pop up performances, tours and community artwork.

The 5th annual SOTA Festival is presented by Celebrate WA, and will showcase our incredible WA music industry on WA Day. The collaboration comes in an effort to support, nurture and grow the creative opportunities for local artists, and to further position contemporary music as a leading cultural identifier for WA.

The popularity and awareness of SOTA continues to grow from year to year and is a key feature on the WA music calendar.

Register for the chance to WIN. By registering at www.sotafest.com.au, there is the chance to WIN a trip for two to the UK, courtesy of Etihad Airways to see home-grown Methyl Ethel live at End of the Road Festival.

SOTA
A Festival Celebrating WA Music
Proudly presented by Celebrate WA
FREE – No registration required
12-9pm
For more information visit www.sotafest.com.au
#sotafest #waday

SOTA is within a fully licenced area. Anyone under the age of 18 will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. A non-licensed viewing area for unaccompanied people under the age of 18 will be available close to the main stages.

View the announcement video at: www.sotafest.com.au
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By: State of the Art Festival