Eskimo Joe and Samantha Jade hit Crab Fest stage in less than month
Date: March 17 and 18.
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Eskimo Joe and Samantha Jade will join the stellar festival line-up at the Channel 7 Mandurah Crab Fest presented by LiveLighter.
These two WA headliners will add to the 20th year anniversary celebrations which will take place on Mandurah’s eastern foreshore on March 17 and 18.
Having recently returned to Australia, Samantha Jade is finishing her new album, set for release in April. Samantha will perform at 7.45pm on Saturday at Crab Fest, hot off the stage as a headline at Sydney’s iconic Mardi Gras festival.
Eskimo Joe will rock the stage on Sunday afternoon at 2pm. The band has successfully straddled mainstream commercial success while managing to keep their alternative music roots secure. Along with numerous tours of Australia and performances at huge events like Live Earth, Big Day Out, Splendour In The Grass, and Sundance Film Festival in Utah, their music has been released to great acclaim across the world. With festivals and sold out tours, the band has come a long way from their humble beginnings as much loved indie rock kids in Fremantle.
Crab Fest has a long history of offering a unique experience for all ages and tastes, and this year’s event will be no different. This year the free, two-day festival includes over 100 hours of free entertainment, including local and international acts across four stages, celebrities, unique food experiences, waterway activations, live music, a spectacular anniversary-edition fireworks display and Mandurah’s famous Blue Manna crabs… plus a few surprises!
The award-winning Mandurah Crab Fest is Western Australia’s biggest free regional event and showcases the best food and entertainment the Peel Region offers. This year marks the Crab Fest’s 20th year of delighting local, national and international visitors, with more than 100,000 people enjoying last year’s event. The festival is an integral part of the state’s annual event calendar and delivers economic and social benefits to local businesses and the community.