SOTA adds 11 more local legends to their already stacked lineup

SOTA adds 11 more local legends to their already stacked lineup

WA's free #WADay festival continues to sweeten the deal.

Perth's State Of The Art Festival has just added a bunch of super talented local acoustic and electronic acts to the massive line up taking over Elizabeth Quay on WA Day Public Holiday, Monday 6 June. The 5th annual SOTA Fest (which we wrote about HERE) already boasted an epic line up of WA born and bred artists, including Jebediah, San Cisco, Koi Child and Ta-Ku, but with the addition of more local legends it's going to be even harder to say no to this one. Did we mention that SOTA Fest is also completely FREE and has a licensed area and food market to enjoy a bev and a bite to eat in between seeing your favourite acts? Yep, it's a pretty sweet deal. 

The new additions to the festival include acoustic performances from Sydnee Carter, Dan Cribb, Luke Dux, Mark Neal, Elli Schoen and Helen Shanahan on the Solo Stage. Check the clip for Schoen's latest single below:

While Rough Love Sessions will be showcasing Perth's best house DJs, with Nando Cesar, Kovaxx, +1 and JimiJ B2B Green George in the DJ Tent.

Check the full lineup below and head to the SOTA WEBSITE for more info, also to enter a COMPETITION to win a trip for two to the UK to see Methyl Ethel live at End Of The Road Festival:

Jebediah

San Sisco

Ta-ku (Live)

Koi Child

The Love Junkies

Mathas

Mosquito Coast

Morgan Bain

Verge Collection

The Merindas

Jacob Diamond

Our Man In Berlin

Riley Pearce

The Tommyhawks

Galloping Foxleys

Joel Barker

Hussy

Jennifer Renee

Sydnee Carter

Dan Cribb

Luke Dux

Mark Neal

Elli Schoen

Helen Shanahan

Nando Cesar

Kovaxx

+1

JimiJ

Green George

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