Time to get WAVY - the One Dayers legends are throwing a huge beach festival in Freo

Time to get WAVY - the One Dayers legends are throwing a huge beach festival in Freo

Featuring Horrorshow, Manu Crooks and more.

It's no secret that we're big fans of the good vibes the One Day crew have bringing over to Perth for the past few years. Having steadily grown out of the beloved Rosemount Beer Garden in the earlier days, they first expanded to the carpark around it, before taking over pop-up bars last summer and now march towards their natural final form - the WA beach.

And so on Sunday 25 November they'll be taking over Port Beach Fremantle (where you can hit Sets On The Beach the day before) an open air beachside block party, featuring some of this country's coolest hip hop, rap and soul acts and DJs, along with the usual good oil (market stalls, street food, boutique bars). According to organiser Nick Lupi, "Seeing One Day Sundays flourish in Perth has been a beautiful thing. At its core, One Day parties are community-driven, made by music lovers for music lovers. WAVY is the next and most exciting chapter in our story."

Headlining proceedings will be Australia hip hop heroes Horrorshow, joined by Manu Crook$, fresh from recently blazing Listen Out a new one, exciting emerging artist Kaiit and WA legends SUPEREGO. And these live acts will be supported by supreme selectors Klasik, Aslan, Gravy, Charlie Bucket, Sal, StreetX DJs, Hyclass and Bun Dem, from 2-10pm.

General release go on sale Tuesday 2 October from 9am (starting at just $32+BF), but if you sign up to the PRE-SALE BALLOT you can get in early and also go in the running to win a luxe WAVY experience for you and your crew, with chauffeur-driven ride to the festival, a backstage pass and bar cards PLUS a One Day GOLDEN TICKET – free entry to all One Day events for a whole year!

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