Birds Of Tokyo, San Cisco, Arno Faraji and more announced for SOTA Festival 2018

Birds Of Tokyo, San Cisco, Arno Faraji and more announced for SOTA Festival 2018

The free all-ages event once again takes over Elizabeth Quay on the June long weekend.

WA's thriving mid-year festival State Of The Art AKA SOTA has announced another monster lineup for their 2018 edition, taking over Elizabeth Quay on Monday 4 June (WA Day Long Weekend). The once again FREE event will have both under-18 and licensed areas, playing host to a ripping lineup of homegrown talent, some old favourites and emerging stars:

Birds Of Tokyo

San Cisco

Mama Kin Spender

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Downsyde

Arno Faraji

The Southern River Band

Calmly

Carla Geneve

Sydnee Carter

John Bennett with David Hyams

Spacey Jane

Take note other festival bookers - this lineup was put together featuring only local acts, and still manages to bring together a more diverse roster of acts than much, much larger events.

The festival is also a part of larger WA Day celebrations, including Sunday 3 June where Elizabeth Quay will be fully family-focused, including a silent disco, gold panning from Perth Mint, a mascot race and more to go with local artists performing all day, fireworks and more.

Fore more information head to the Celebrate WA WEBSITE, or keep up with the SOTA socials: FACEBOOK / INSTAGRAM / TWITTER

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