This Saturday, April 8 from 3-10pm the streets of Subiaco will come alive with a free event expecting to attract over 40,000 attendees.
Attending the launch party last last week, it looked to be tonnes of fun. Following on from the success of the inaugural street party in 2016, this year promises to be bigger and better, offering an array of attractions including music, food, street bars, rides, live art, entertainment and more, in celebration of Subiaco’s rich café strip culture.
Featuring four stages, including a Latin quarter and busking pitch, and enticing entertainment such as Girls with Knives, drumming workshops, piñata breaking ceremonies, the Juan Rando Latin dancing workshop, and an after party comprising DJ’s and Fringe World award winners, Kinetica, this is not one to miss. And who doesn’t love the idea of a new pop-up open-air bar taking over two streets outside at the Subiaco Hotel? There’s something for everyone.
Commencing at Barker Road, the party will run down Rokeby Road and this year extend across Hay Street and all the way to Roberts Road. In addition, Hay Street will be part of the action from Catherine Street down to Rowland Street. Connecting streets and laneways off Rokeby including Forrest Walk and Churchill Ave will play host to pop-up entertainment stages, food trucks and other attractions.