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Our Annual Events

Enjoy the warmer weather and join us for a non-stop season of events!

All these events are free and run by the City of Melville.

For a complete calendar of City-run and private community events in the area, visit our What's On page.

  • Round up your friends and family and join us for our annual free Limestone Concert series happening on Sunday, 19 January, Sunday, 16 February  and Sunday, 15 March 2020.

    This year, we are bringing you three 60s and 70s rock n roll tribute bands, who are set to turn up the volume and get you dancing with their salute to legends of rock and roll – Queen, Elton John and the Beatles!

    Feeling excited? Check out some photos from the 2019 February concert below to get you even more ready to rock the night way at the three concerts in 2020!

    For more information, visit

  • For the last four years, the City of Melville has supported Murdoch University's Music at Murdoch, an unforgettable night of live music, food and entertainment set amongst the eucalyptus trees in the Bush Court.

    This year, PROOF The Band will take centre stage, with support acts from Kiara Eve and the One Big Voice school group.

    This free non-ticketed event is the perfect family night out, with a range of food vans, live entertainment and children’s activities on offer.

    For more information, visit

  • We are proud supporters of Broome to Bicton, an annual concert held overlooking the Swan River at Bicton Quarantine Park.This year, the concert will again be headlined by the Pigram Brothers – the internationally acclaimed band of brothers from Broome.

    For details about the 2020 concert, please visit the Clontarf Foundation website.

  • The Point Walter Concert will be taking a break in 2020, so the City can focus and partner with Perth Festival to present Highway to Hell, a once-in-a generation celebration of AC/DC and its late, great front man Bon Scott

    Highway to Hell falls on the same date as the City’s usual Point Walter Concert and will provide a spectacular day of art, music and entertainment for the whole of the City to enjoy.

    The Point Walter Concert will return in 2021 where the City will celebrate the event’s 25th anniversary.

    For more information on Highway to Hell, visit


    Thousands of little hands and little feet descended on Attadale Foreshore on Sunday, 3 November for Kidchella, the City’s free, bohemian-inspired festival for children aged up to 12.

    Smiles were big as families explored the event grounds, which were packed full of activities for kids, including a kids DJ, silent disco, amusement rides, roving performers, arts and crafts activities and bouncy castles.

    Community safety was interwoven throughout the festival, with Constable Care making a visit along with other community and safety groups manning information stalls.

    We would like to thank all our volunteers, including Melville SES, WALGA, St John Ambulance, Neighbourhood Watch, Royal Lifesaving, Surf Lifesaving, Transperth and Constable Care who provided much-needed support and helped ensure Kidchella 2.0 was an enormous success.


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