Highway to Hell is a once-in-a generation opportunity for residents and visitors to ‘reclaim’ Canning Highway for a day of community celebration.
Highway to Hell at Perth Festival
Taking inspiration from the AC/DC song, Highway to Hell will be the world’s longest stage and Perth’s playground for a day as the free, family-friendly finale to the 2020 Perth Festival in partnership with the City of Melville, City of Fremantle and Town of East Fremantle.
Highway to Hell is a once-in-a generation opportunity for residents and visitors to enjoy an afternoon and evening of live performances and other free activities between the Canning and Fremantle Traffic bridges on Sunday 1 March over the Labour Day long weekend.
Diverse local and international acts will perform AC/DC songs from stages on the back of semi-trailers in a slow “hit parade” from Applecross to Fremantle, starting at 5.00pm and ending at 8.30pm.
For more details, including Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), visit our event calendar and the Perth Festival website.
High Voltage Hill Events
In the lead up to Highway to Hell, the City of Melville will be hosting a number of pub culture themed events to explore the rise and demise of pub rock in the '70s and '80s at Wireless Hill:
- BONpalooza Vinyl Fair
- Stitch It Up Patches Workshops
- Pram Jam - Highway to Nap Time
- Girls Got Rhythm
- Let There Be Rock Quiz
- Live Wire Night Friday
- Live Wire Night Saturday
- Brewery Masterclass
For more details, visit our event calendar.
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