Falls Downtown adds more artists & unveil further plans for their inaugural Freo event

So, we all know that when the Falls Festival party heads out West next January, they’ve got some pretty cool plans set up for Freo music fans. Today, they unveiled some more info about the spaces they’re set to take over for the inaugural Falls Downtown event, as well as adding some more artists to the mix.

First thing’s first: let’s find out some more about the spaces the festival is set to make their own come January 7th & 8th.

We’ve got The Danceteria, aka the basement gallery of the old Myer building. Set to host some incredible local DJ’s and electronic music crews and collectives, festival goers can be expecting the audio and visual goods brought hard by PileratsThe CommunityFungle ClubPolyrhythmicBoogie NightmediaCAMP DOOGS and more.

Heading out to the Fremantle Town Hall, the Old Time Music Hall will turn the space into a platform for swing, country, jazz, soul and blues artists to do their thing. Featuring its own craft beer bar, furniture and more, check out Blind Tiger and his homemade Boogie Box host Manhattons Hot SwingJimmy MacLuke Dux & Atomic LunchboxStoney JoeCottontail Trio & The Supper Club and more throughout the event.

Turning attention to St John’s Anglican Church, comedy will fill the venue with some of the best locally and nationally regarded comics throughout each day. Joel CreaseyMC Andy SaundersThe Stevenson ExperienceAunty DonnaMC Ivan AristiguietaThe Big Hoo-HaaThe Tor-Night Show and Bullsh*!# Trivia will also be taking part on this special part of the Falls Downtown line up, brought to you by WA’s finest, GELO.

And now, looking back to Fremantle’s Town Square, where the likes of Childish GambinoLondon Grammar and The Avalanches will play alongside artists including Violent SohoGrandmaster FlashJamie T and Grouplove, Falls Downtown as also added Kari FauxMt Mountain and Elli Schoen (pictured) to the mix!

If you haven’t yet snapped up tickets for Falls Downtown, head on over to www.fallsfestival.com.au to jump on it.

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