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The North West Festival has cemented itself on Western Australia’s cultural calendar and has consistently achieved overwhelming positive feedback from patrons, artists, sponsors and stakeholders.

In 2017 the North West Festival will once again take place over a weekend with entertainment scheduled for Saturday 19th August, as well as a sundowner event on the evening of Sunday 20th August.

NORTH WEST FESTIVAL 
Saturday 19 August - Doors open at 4:00pm
General Admission $10
Proceeds from tickets will be donated into the Town's Funding and Donations program.
Under 12 Free

16.00 gates open

16.30 – 17.15 Mikey Smith

17.45 -18.45 Vera Blue

19.15 – 20.30 Boy & Bear

20.45 - Fireworks

21.00 – 22.30 Spiderbait

SUNDAY SUNDOWNER
Sunday 20 August - Doors open at 3:00pm
General Admission Free

3.45pm - 4.15pm  - Ukelele Jay

4.30pm - 5.15pm - Miss Max

5.45pm - 6.30pm - Tom Fisher

7.00pm - 8.00pm - Kav Temperley

SHUTTLE INFORMATION

  • Saturday Inbound            (15:00pm – 18:00pm)     South Hedland to Venue
  • Saturday Outbound        (21:00pm – Late)              Venue to South Hedland
  • Saturday Outbound        (21:00pm – Late)              Venue to Port Hedland 
  • Sunday Inbound               (14:30pm – 17:30pm)     South Hedland to Venue
  • Sunday Outbound           (21:00pm – Late)              Venue to Port & South Hedland

 Prices per ticket are as follows; 

  • South Hedland shuttle 1 way $10.00 Return $15.00
  • Port Hedland shuttle 1 way $5.00

The Town of Port Hedland is proud to be hosting the North West Festival, with the support of our Major Sponsor BHP, Event Partners Roy Hill, FMG, Atlas Iron, Pilbara Ports Authority, Pilbara Minerals, Tourism WA, Goodline, Landcorp and Conway Highbury and Media Partners North West Telegraph, Spirit Radio and REDFM.

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