What date is 2019 WA Day?

WA Day is on Monday 3 June, 2018

How long is the WA Day Festival?

The WA Day Festival is from Friday 31 May to Monday 3 June, 2018

Where are WA Day Festival events?

There will be festival events held in Elizabeth Quay (Perth), Fremantle, Mandurah, Bunbury, Albany, Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Geraldton, Port Hedland and Newman.

When is the State of the Art (SOTA) Music Festival being held in 2019?

SOTA will be held on Monday 3 June, 2019 at Elizabeth Quay.

How much does SOTA cost?

SOTA Music Festival is FREE! All you need to do is show up on the day to see a range of great West Australian artists.

When will set times and map be released?

Line up and set times will be announced closer to the 2018 WA Day long weekend.

An event map will also be available closer to the long weekend.

You can follow the SOTA Facebook and Instagram pages for updates as they happen.

What if it’s cold and raining?

While we hope it will be a beautiful day, it’s best to cover all bases – bring sunnies, a hat, sunscreen, rain ponchos and warm clothes for later.

How can I apply for media accreditation?

You can apply for media accreditation by contacting the Celebrate WA team at celebratewa@celebratewa.com.au.

How can I guarantee a spot to see my favourite artist?

Entry into the stage areas will be subject to capacity. We suggest if there’s an act you really want to see, don’t leave it til the last minute to get there.

What can I eat and drink?

A range of food and drink options will be available to all festival-goers. Like 2017, we will have an International Eat Street and a wide selection of WA gourmet food and wine that will be available at the Urban Providore . We also have a licensed area, where you can enjoy a beverage and watch your favourite band at the same time!

What to bring?

Valid ID, cash, comfy shoes, food permitted but no eskies, sealed water bottles and warm clothes.

What to leave at home?

Alcohol and illicit substances, unsealed drink containers, anything that could be used as a weapon, glass bottles, chairs, crates, animals (guide and service dogs are permitted), professional cameras (with detachable lenses), video and tape recorders. Small digital cameras/mobile phones are ok.

What parking is available?

Refer to the CPP parking app which features real-time bay availability at most CPP car parks in the area, along with alerts for news and road closures: http://cityofperthparking.com.au/mobile-app

What sort of ACROD access does Elizabeth Quay have?

Elizabeth Quay is a wheelchair friendly designed site. Permanent ACROD toilets are located near V Burger (off Geoffrey Bolton Avenue near the William Street entry gate) and temporary ACROD toilets will be installed within the SOTA site. There will also be a designated ACROD viewing platform available within the SOTA site.

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