The Beck's Verandah has become a much-loved summer tradition in Perth.  This custom-built concert venue sits on the ‘verandah' of the Perth Concert Hall at the Festival Village.

Over 23 extraordinary nights punters can see the world's best music, comedy and cabaret under the stars overlooking the Swan River on Australia's most spectacular Verandah.

So everyone can enjoy this magnificent venue, following on from the nightly ticketed event the Verandah opens its doors from 10.30pm for free! Mix with friends and artists, enjoy a meal or drink and be entertained by Perth bands and DJs delivering an assortment of sounds including hip-hop, jazz, pop, rock, reggae, blues, punk and soul.   The line-up includes: Sunshine Brothers, The Bank Holidays, Schvendes, Institut Polaire and Bobby Blackbird and the Bluejays plus Death Disco DJs, Fdel (DJ set), Deruki, Tomas Ford (DJ set) and RTRFM DJs.

Joining Perth's finest is Melbourne's word-weaving rapper Macromantics, appearing with True Live on Thursday 15 February, showcasing songs from her critically acclaimed and Triple J Award nominated debut album ‘Moments In Movement'. Sydney based six-piece Waiting for Guinness perform their party starting cocktail of traditional jazz, cabaret, Mariachi and spaghetti western on Saturday 24 February.  Singer-songwriter Ned Collette (Melbourne) will beguile audiences with his baritone voice, picked acoustic guitar and electronic effects on Friday 02 March.

Visit: to download the full late night gig guide.

Selling Fast! The Kransky Sisters bring their award winning comedy to Western Australia for the first time.  Don't miss their tales of rural Australia and hilarious versions of popular songs performed using tuba, keyboard, guitar and musical saw. 

About The UWA Perth International Arts Festival
Founded in 1953 by The University of Western Australia, the Perth International Arts Festival is the oldest international arts festival in Australia and Western Australia's premier cultural event. It has developed a worldwide reputation for innovative development, presentation of new works and provision of quality arts. For over 50 years the Festival has welcomed to Perth some of the world's greatest living artists and now connects with over 300,000 people each year.

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