Fridays@Hidden: A special pop-up music venue finishes its run this weekend

Fridays@Hidden: A special pop-up music venue finishes its run this weekend

Taking over Hidden Coffee in Kelmscott, the final night features three rad local acts.

As part of the Armadale Arts Festival which has been running around the Perth eastern suburb over the month of May, Hidden Coffee in Kelmscott has transformed into a special pop-up live music venue each Friday night, showcasing exciting young local acts and a cosy vibe, which you can enjoy with a couple of bevvies. After the past two weekends have featured indie and hip hop sounds, this Friday 25 May the run wraps up with a night of alternative electronic music and shoegaze rock courtesy of Axolotl, MotET and Yomi Ship, for just $10 from 6.30pm (more info/tickets HERE).

To get you in the mood, take a listen to Yomi Ship's self-titled EP from late last year:

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