Spacey Jane, Sly Withers, FOAM lead WAMFest 2018 line-up

Spacey Jane, Sly Withers, FOAM lead WAMFest 2018 line-up

Highlighting the best of WA music, this year's festival will take place over two days in November.

After last year's multi-day format led to record-breaking attendance, WAMFest have their sights set on a big 2018, kicking off the road to the two-day showcase of West Australian music with their first line-up for 2018. As usual, this year's first line-up comes with a genre-diverse range of WA-based musicians both big and small, with the first 32 acts of this year's line-up just proving how far our music scene has come over the past few years. The first bunch of artists - full line-up below - are a part of this year's WAMFest Live Friday, a completely free, multi-venue program that'll take over Amplifier/Capitol, The Sewing Room, The Laneway Lounge and more on Friday November 2, before the Northbridge edition hits on the following Saturday, November 3.

Leading the way on this year's billing are Pilerats favourites such as Spacey Jane and Sly Withers, who'll be joined by acts including two-step up-and-comers Cruel Noon, local legends FOAM, Grace Sanders, Pat Chow, the ever-brilliant Ruby May, Stella Donnelly collaborator Tanaya Harper, and rising band Treehouses, with a heap, heap more still to come. Dive into the full line-up below, and snap up more info via the WAM website HERE.

WAMFest 2018 First Line-Up:

Anthony Lloyd
Camarano
Candy Guts
Cruel Noon
Doublethink Prism
Duncan Saige
Fields
FOAM
Georgia Reed
Grace Sanders
Great Gable
Helen Shanahan
Joys
Kallan Phillips
Kat Wilson Trio
Mark Turner
Noah Dillon
Pat Chow
Ratking
Ribs
Ruby May
Ryan Beno
Skullcave
Sly Withers
Spacey Jane
SURAJ
Tanaya Harper
Tania Martin
The Shakeys
The Tommyhawks
The Wilds
Treehouses

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