Festivals

Fremantle is a city of festivals and entertainment, with regular free concerts at the Fremantle Arts Centre and a diverse busking and street performance culture. It is also home to one of Australia's best festival programs.

To be part of our festivals email festivals@fremantle.wa.gov.au to register interest.

Fremantle Street Arts Festival

Fremantle’s strong reputation as a centre for the performing arts is highlighted in the Fremantle Street Arts Festival held over the Easter holiday period. Street performers including musicians, jugglers, clowns, poets, comedians, mime artists and circus performers from around the world converge on Fremantle for Australia’s biggest and best festival of street arts. To find out more visit Fremantle story.

Fremantle Heritage Festival

Held over ten days during May each year, the Fremantle Heritage Festival is a celebration of the city’s unique history through a varied program of events, tours, concerts, theatre and workshops. The festival incorporates writers’ awards for published and unpublished works on local history, as well as awards for architects and builders working on heritage projects in the Fremantle area. To find out more visit Fremantle story.

Hidden Treasures winter music series

Hidden Treasures winter music series returns to the West End every Thursday in July, featuring a line-up who have one thing in common - Fremantle. Whether they call Fremantle home or have emerged from the port city, all of the artists hold a special place in their hearts for Fremantle. To find out more visit Fremantle story.

Fremantle Festival

The annual Fremantle Festival is a celebration of Fremantle’s vibrant culture that provides inspiration for festival goers and artists alike. Experience ten nights of quality programming in the festival hub, Fremantle Town Hall and a range of great of community focused events in venues such as the Fremantle Arts Centre. To find out more visit Fremantle story.