Four youth bands are set to transform the Armadale District Hall into an eclectic, contemporary space with young people filing in for a night of cirque-infused entertainment and performances on Friday 18 August, from 6 –9pm.
Fallen Empire, Hachi, Lynwood Unity and Dream of Empire have been named in the line-up for FRAMED Cirque! ahead of next week’s event.
Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones OAM, JP said that the City is proud of the incredible young talent in the community and are proud to provide an event that supports young artists and musicians.
“I congratulate the chosen bands for being selected in the line-up for this year.
This is a great opportunity for them to showcase their talents to a live audience and get some exposure
“All of the bands are highly talented. This year we have two bands from high schools. Fallen Empire is a school band from Cecil Andrews College and Lynwood Unity is a band from Lynwood Senior High School.
“Hachi are residents from Piara Waters and Dream of Empire are from the Northern Suburbs and they jumped on the opportunity to play in front of an audience.”
“In addition to the line-up, the popular Tobias will return as the MC, DJ and the final act.”
Tickets are still available and young people aged 13 to 17 are encouraged to book their free tickets before they run out.
On the night, young people will be able to enjoy live music, games, competitions, neon body art by headspace and great prizes.
They can also check out the art exhibitions in the hall next door of the Outside the Frame youth art awards, in between performances.
Free tickets are available on www.armadale.wa.gov.au/framed
Tickets must be printed and presented at the door – no ticket no entry.
This smoke, drug and alcohol free event is proudly brought to you by the City of Armadale.
FRAMED cirque! is part of the Outside the Frame Art Exhibition, being held from Saturday 12 August to Sunday 20 August from 11am to 4pm daily.
Friday 18 August, 6 – 9pm
Armadale District Hall