Upcoming Shows

Channel 10 News First Jazz in the Park

With news lockdown is lifting and no masks required, the Milford St. Shakers are getting ready for Jazz In The Park this Sunday 14th February.

Presented by the Town of Vic Park and LiveLighter, this Sunday’s Twilight Concert is will kick of at 5.30pm at the beautiful Harold Rossiter Park in Kensington.

Pack a picnic, deck chairs, your favourite picnic rug and the doggie! There’ll be ample of FREE parking, food trucks, roaming performers, activities for the kids and a BIG dance floor! You can even pre-order a picnic hamper from Delissimo Continental Deli and have it delivered on the day. How good is that!

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Mess Around remembering Aretha Franklin

MESS AROUND! Remembering the Queen of Soul ARETHA FRANKLIN
Friday 19th February and Saturday 20th February

Venue: Duke of George
Address: George St. East Fremantle WA
Doors open from 6.00pm

More information & Tickets to Friday 19th February – click HERE.
More information & Tickets to Saturday 20th February – click HERE

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Motown Show at the Parkerville Tavern

THAT MOTOWN SOUND PERFORMED LIVE BY DYNAMIC 11-PIECE R&B BAND THE MILFORD ST. SHAKERS FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY AT THE PARKERVILLE TAVERN.

Venue: The Parkerville Tavern
Address: 6 Owen Road, Parkerville, WA.

Doors open from 5.00pm
More information & Tickets – click HERE.

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Tell Mama tribute concert Quarry Amphitheatre
Tell Mama: The Music of Etta James

Venue: Quarry Amphitheatre
Address: 1 Waldron Dr, City Beach WA

Doors open from 6.30pm
More information & Tickets – click HERE.

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Image credit: Johannes Reinhart

“An evening with the Milford St Shakers involves much more than enjoying the music of one of the state’s tightest and most accomplished soul and R&B bands – it’s a whole lot of fun.”
– Peter Hancock | Weekend Notes