Music in the Park
Music in the Park will return to local parks within the City of Joondalup in 2021. Seacrest Park and Falkland Park will come to life over summer with the sounds of families and friends enjoying live music, free children’s activities and delicious food from curated food trucks. As the sun begins to set the stage will come alive with talented musicians performing music spanning diverse genres.
A COVID safe capacity crowd of 5,000 people attended the City’s first Music in the Park concert of 2021 at Seacrest Park, Sorrento.
Headliner Katy Steele and support acts Death By Denim and Lu Ci put on a show to remember as the local community embraced the opportunity to enjoy a night of FREE music under the stars.
It was the first time Seacrest Park has hosted a Music in the Park concert and the crowd got in early for the best vantage point to check out West Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) band, Lu Ci, deliver their funk infused set.
There was plenty of children’s entertainment on offer and the food trucks proved popular throughout the night for those who did not pack a picnic.
Saturday 6 March 2021, Falkland Park, Kinross
Headline act – Dulcie
It was at the reputable Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2018 that the stars completely aligned, and the melodious, smooth sound of Dulcie was born. Dulcie isn’t just defying normality in terms of genre. Refusing to accept that there can only be one lead singer, they interchange between three vocalists, which makes their sound even more distinctive. But this rebellion has proved advantageous for Dulcie. Their idiosyncratic style immediately turned heads at Triple J, and Ocean Alley dubbed their soulful debut single Fall their favourite track of 2019. The band’s effortlessly cool energy and quirkiness is amplified at their live gigs.
Support act – Coterie
Coterie is a band of brothers from Perth who grew up on their parents hand-me-down RnB mixtapes and fell in love with the electric sounds of Jimmy Hendrix guitars.
Tyler, Joshua, Brandford & Conrad encompass an authenticity often lost in modern music, Their blend of indi rock meets pop is shared through records made in their lounge-room, telling stories via lyrics drawn from real life experiences with melodically rich vocals that bring a raw narrative heat to the songs, their live shows harness a lifetime of musical blood that evokes feeling, one that you can only get when 16 years of jamming simply speaks for itself.
Opening act – Anna Schneider
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts Singer-Songwriter Anna Schneider expertly crafts an honest and heartfelt set of dreamy indie-pop and confessional folk original songs. Her angel-like vocals and celtic lilt find Anna performing across Perth.
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Music in the Park is a COVID safe event, the City requests that all patrons register their attendance on arrival via the SafeWA app or hardcopy register at the event information point. The City will continue to monitor all relevant directions relating to COVID-19 and follow the appropriate State government advice.
A COVID event plan has been developed for the 2021 Music in the Park concert with a range of measures implemented to ensure a safe experience for patrons, staff, facilitators and performers.
- Hand sanitiser is available around the event site
- Hand washing facilities are available in existing toilet buildings
- Additional cleaners are onsite to ensure regular cleaning of communal surfaces
- COVID Event Marshals will be patrolling the site to ensure COVID-19 safety measures are maintained.
How you can help:
- Practice physical distancing of 1.5m at all times
- Practice good personal hygiene by washing your hands regularly and using the hand sanitiser provided
- Cover coughs or sneezes with a tissue or your elbow
- Follow the directions of staff and facilitators
- Observe maximum capacity requirements
- Ensure the use of hand sanitiser prior to undertaking activities
- Use cashless payment options when purchasing food from food vendors.
If you are feeling unwell it is important that you do not come to the Music in the Park and stay home. The City appreciates your support towards making the Music in the Park concert a COVID safe for everyone to enjoy.
Please park in accordance with any street signage as City of Joondalup has the ability to issue fines if parked illegally. The City requests that you please respect our residents and do not park on verges, across driveways or on footpaths.
Accessible parking will be available in the car park adjacent to the concert site. Accessible facilities will also be available.
- BYO picnic and children’s activities from 5.00pm.
- Concert commences 5.30pm, concluding at 8.30pm.
- All performances will be AUSLAN interpreted.
- Smoke Free Event.
- Patrons are welcome to bring a picnic or purchase food at the event. No spikes are permitted.
- Children’s identification wristbands will be available from the information tent. It is recommended parents and guardians collect a wristband for all children in attendance, in the event a parent or guardian needs to be contacted.
- Patrons are encouraged to utilise the dedicated event parking at the concert. Any patrons that choose to park on verges must ensure residents driveways, footpaths or verges remain clear to avoid infringements by the City Rangers.
- In the unlikely event of inclement weather, details of postponement or cancellation will be communicated via the City’s website and Facebook page.