We Can Dance
We Can Dance was originally scheduled to begin on Saturday 3 July. With previous lockdown restrictions, it was delayed and commenced on Tuesday 6 July. It will now run until Sunday 25 July, please see the event listing here for all the times.
Perth Circus Festival
Street Art Luminism
Street Art Luminism was scheduled to launch this week from July 3 - 14 August. It will now aim to be live late next week pending any further lockdown extensions.
The inaugural Maali Festival originally was meant to take place on 9 - 10 July but has now been rescheduled to take place on Saturday 24 July. All activities for the festival will remain free, however, some events will require registration due to capacity restrictions. See details for Maali Festival here.
NAIDOC Week Opening Ceremony
After rescheduling NAIDOC Week Official Opening Ceremony twice, it will now be rescheduled once again until later this year due to weather uncertainty. Keep an eye on the Visit Perth website and social channels for confirmation of a new date.
The Winter Village
The Winter Village has now re-opened after closing from previous lockdown restrictions. Check their Perth website page here to book.
Brookfield Winter Lights Festival
Brookfield Winter Lights Festival has been postponed. The new dates are Thursday 12 August to Saturday 21 August.
Hatched: National Graduate Show 2021
PICA has re-opened as of Saturday 3 July and you can view the final weeks of Hatched: National Graduate Show 2021 until Sunday 11 July.
2021 Australian of the Year Exhibition
The 2021 Australian of the Year Exhibition is located at the State Library of Western Australia from 5 June – 21 July. They anticipate to re-open on Saturday 3 July but urge people to check their website and Facebook page regularly for updates as the situation progresses.
Due to the current NSW COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent state border closures, the Perth Amy Shark show, originally scheduled for 3 July, will need to be postponed. The new date is scheduled to take place Saturday 18 September.
Pulse Perspectives is being held at the Art Gallery of WA between 5 May – 30 Aug. The gallery has now re-opened as of Saturday 3 July.
West Coast Fever
West Coast Fever is monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 situation and its impact on the Suncorp Super Netball competition and will continue working with the league and fellow clubs on scheduling for upcoming rounds. It is hoped that the situation in Perth improves within the timeline laid out by the WA Government so that the Club can return home to play its remaining home fixtures at RAC Arena. The next upcoming home game at RAC Arena will take place on July 10, pending government advice.
Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes
Girls School Cinema
Due to previous lockdown restrictions, Girls School Cinema will be re-opening on Tuesday 7 July.
LITT Explore and Score giveaway
For the latest updates about the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, please visit the WA Government website here.
This page is regularly updated and information is subject to change.
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