City of Wanneroo Presents: The Jungle Giants @ Wanneroo Showgrounds

Description:

Wanneroo Showgrounds will come alive on 3 November with the electric energy and indie-rock sounds of Brisbane outfit The Jungle Giants, headline act for this year’s City of Wanneroo Presents Concert.

Renowned for their energetic live sets filled with charging dance hooks and contagious choruses, The Jungle Giants have played shows across America, Asia, New Zealand and Australia, with successful appearances at epic festivals such as Groovin The Moo, Falls Festival and Splendour in the Grass.

Joining headliners The Jungle Giants will be Asta, LANKS, Heaps Good Friends and Spacey Jane. The combination of acts will bring a real festival feel and provide a selection of contemporary Australian music.

Asta burst onto airwaves in 2012, as the triple j Unearthed High winner. Asta will bring her up-tempo funk sounds to Wanneroo and is sure to be have people up on their feet dancing to her hypnotic beats.

LANKS is the moniker of Australian songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Will Cuming. With a dynamic live show, LANKS plays with a three-piece band and will belt out tunes from his debut album ‘twentyseven’, which was released earlier this year.

Heaps Good Friends have previously toured with The Jungle Giants and are gearing up to release their debut EP next year. Emma, Nick and Dan have a fun, friendly pop sound appealing to all ages.

Local outfit Spacey Jane will deliver drum and guitar heavy pop melodies with memorable chorus, including their latest single ‘Cold Feet’.

Tickets are FREE but essential. The final exclusive City of Wanneroo resident release will be 6pm Wednesday 3 October with any remaining tickets opening to the general public 9am Friday 12 October.

The family-friendly event promises a night of free entertainment, catering for everyone in the family with brilliant live music and children’s activities.

Pack a picnic or take your pick from some of Perth’s best food trucks.

Thanks to event sponsors Nine Perth, Wanneroo Times and Banksia Grove.

Category:

Festivals, Children & Family, Community & Lifestyle

Style Tags:

Outdoors, Cultural

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The Jungle Giants Previous Events, Festivals & Tour dates

2020

Eatons Hill Hotel 25 January

2019

Barnard Park 01 June, Torquay Common 20 April, Queen Elizabeth Park 06 April, Keirle Park 23 March, Kingscliff Beach Hotel 04 January

2018

Wanneroo Showgrounds (Asta, LANKS, Heaps Good Friends, Spacey Jane) 03 November, Wanneroo Showgrounds (Asta, LANKS, Heaps Good Friends, Spacey Jane) 03 November, Wanneroo Showgrounds (Asta, LANKS, Heaps Good Friends, Spacey Jane) 03 November, Wanneroo Showgrounds (Asta, LANKS, Heaps Good Friends, Spacey Jane) 03 November, Victoria Park 31 December, 155 Burnt Store Road 28 December, Cairns Showgrounds 27 October, Waves Nightclub - Towradgi Beach 29 September, Yallingup Caves House Hotel 01 December, Rochford Winery 24 November, Hope Estate 13 October, Commonwealth Park 17 November, Stuart Park 29 September, Werribee Park 03 November, Adelaide Showground 20 July, North Byron Parklands 20 July, North Byron Parklands 21 July, The Croxton Bandroom 18 April, The Metro Theatre 13 April, The Metro Theatre 11 April, The Metro Theatre 08 April, The Metro Theatre 07 April, Hope Estate 13 October, HQ (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 25 April, The Astor Theatre (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 24 April, The Zoo (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 22 April, Solbar (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 21 April, The Tivoli (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 20 April, UC Hub (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 14 April, The Metro Theatre (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 13 April, Commonwealth Games Festival (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 12 April, 170 Russell (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 06 April, Barwon Club Hotel (Alice Ivy, Evan klar) 05 April, Westernport Hotel (Northeast Party House) 27 January, Australia day OUTDOOR PARTY (Northeast Party House) 26 January, Whalers Hotel (Northeast Party House) 25 January, Fremantle Yoga Centre 06 January

2017

North Byron Parklands 31 December, Marion Bay 29 December, Lorne 28 December, 26 September, Marion Bay 29 December, The Croxton Bandroom 26 August, Fat Controller 31 August, The Triffid 20 August, Enmore Theatre 25 August, The Beery 09 September, Republic Bar & Café 08 September, Capitol 02 September, The Gov 01 September, The Croxton Bandroom 26 August, The Croxton Bandroom 26 August, Enmore Theatre 25 August, Great Northern Hotel 19 August, The Triffid 18 August, The Riverstage 01 May, Hay Park 13 May, University of Canberra 07 May, Prince of Wales Showground 06 May, Townsville Cricket Grounds 30 April, Maitland Showgrounds 29 April, Adelaide Showground 28 April, Hay Park 13 May, University of Canberra 07 May, Prince of Wales Showground 06 May, Murray Sports Complex - Townsville Cricket Grounds 30 April, Maitland Showgrounds 29 April, Adelaide Showground 28 April, Melbourne Zoo 10 February

2016

Kitchener Park Woodlands 27 December, Maitland Gaol 05 November, Governor Hindmarsh Hotel 18 June, Jack Rabbit Slim's 09 July, Players Bar 08 July, The Metro Theatre (Gideon Bensen, Lulu Raes, Machine Age) 25 June, 170 Russell (Gideon Bensen, Lulu Raes, Machine Age) 24 June, The Gov (Gideon Bensen, Lulu Raes, Machine Age) 18 July, The Triffid (Gideon Bensen, Lulu Raes, Machine Age) 17 June

2015

The Foreshore 31 October, Club 54 10 October, Republic Bar & Café 09 October, The Triffid 03 October, The Great Northern Hotel 01 October, ANU Union Bar 15 September, The Gov 19 September, Enmore Theatre 18 September, The Corner Hotel 12 September, Karova Lounge 11 September, YMCA HQ 06 September, Prince Of Wales 05 September, Metropolis Fremantle 04 September, Come Together Festival 2015 07 June, Howler 14 May, Uni Bar (Moses Gun Collective, Foreign/National) 30 May