If you overdid it last night because today is a public holiday, that’s totally understandable. But still, there’s no time to rest because (as always) there is too much goodness going on in Perth.
Here are 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.
Monday 7 March
Steve Poltz At Mojos
Funny man and musical genius Steve Poltz is coming to Perth and will be gracing the stage at Mojos tonight! You’ve got the whole day to recover from last night so eat some greasy food, have a nap and end your long weekend with a bang. Get tickets here.
Tuesday 8 March
Honey Degustation Dinner At Bib & Tucker
We don’t really need an excuse to head to Bib & Tucker, that view is reason enough. But if that doesn’t tip you over the edge then the Honey Degustation Dinner featuring their very own rooftop honey surely will. Executive Chef Scott Bridger will be showcasing the honey in every dish, so get on down if you’re into the sweet stuff! Get more info here.
Daniel Champagne At The Ellington Jazz Club
If music is more your thang, guitar hero Daniel Champagne will be performing at the Ellington Jazz Club on Tuesday night. Playing guitar since he was only five and writing his own music since he was 12 (#prodigychild) you’re sure to be in for a good night. Buy tickets here.
Wednesday 9 March
Kenji Takami At Late Night Valentine
If you’re into dance music you’re going to want to get yourself down to Late Night Valentine this Wednesday night for Kenji Takami’s first ever Perth show. He’ll be joined by some local cool kids on the decks but space is limited so get in quick! Get more info here.
Thursday 10 March
Beyond The Bike At Grand Lane
Bikes have been having their day in the sun for a while now and they’re not going anywhere. Award winning photographer Tony Lendrum knows this all too well and has been snapping bikes and their owners all over town. The City of Perth will be putting on an exhibition from Thursday 10 – Tuesday 22 March in Grand Lane so make sure you go and take a look. Get more info here.
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Image credit: Beyond The Bike