Less than 24 hours to go!
The inaugural SunSets Music Festival is less than 24 hours away from taking over the idyllic surrounds of Fremantle's South Beach.
To ensure you're good and ready for the festivities, the folks behind the shindig, along with their sponsors at Corona, have a handful of final tips to help you out.
The event is an 18+ event and it's completely sold out. There will be no tickets for sale at the door. Please do not come if you don't have a ticket. Also, don’t forget your ID. You will need it to enter.
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It's going to be sunny and hot in Fremantle tomorrow, so please make sure that you protect yourselves from the sun and keep hydrated. There will be water refill stations around the site.
Public transport is definitely the quickest and easiest way to get to and from Corona SunSets Festival. Your ticket includes free travel on all Transperth services. Simply show your ticket to the driver or inspector. You must have your event ticket or a Corona SunSets wristband on you to travel for no extra cost.
There will also be shuttle buses operating Fremantle Train Station and the venue during the festival. You can use this service by showing your festival ticket or wristband.
See? Nothing too strenuous. Just some helpful hints to keep SunSets running as smoothly as possible for everyone involved.
SunSets Music Festival is held tomorrow, 16 January, at Fremantle's South Beach, from 2pm till 11pm. Performers include the likes of Alison Wonderland, Flight Facilities, Hayden James, Pearls, Crooked Colours, Ocean Party, George Maple, Nina Las Vegas, Basenji and more.
For more information, see the event's website.