WA’s best music streamed live HERE this WA Day – Monday 1 June
SOTA fest is back with a 2020 socially-distant edition – SOTAstream,
Co-presented by WAM and featuring a dizzying line-up of local talent streamed live from music mecca Freo.Social straight to your living room, back yard, local park or wherever you are around our State, you will get a front row seat to the hottest event this WA Day long weekend.
With venues forced to close and artists unable to perform due to COVID-19, SOTAstream gives some of WA’s most recognisable musos the chance to get back performing in front of crowds, albeit separated by a screen.
Streaming live MONDAY 1 JUNE 2pm – 8pm (WST) at the following places:
RTRFM also simulcasting all six hours of music and interviews.
SOTAsteam is derived from the desire to support, nurture and grow creative opportunities for local artists, and position contemporary music as a leading cultural identifier for WA.
Earlier in 2020 . . .
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, WA Day events for 2020 have been cancelled – including the WA Day Festival, SOTA (State of the Art) Music Festival and all regional WA Day festivals. These events exist to celebrate the beautiful State we live in over the WA Day long weekend, however in 2020, public health must be put first. Read the full statement here.
We are so proud of the talent we have in this State. Never fear, SOTA Fest will be back at Burswood Park with another epic line-up on Monday 7 June, 2021. In the meantime, check out these highlights from 2019 and don’t forget to tune in for SOTAstream on Monday 1 June . . .