San Cisco joins WoW Fest
Indie pop band San Cisco will perform alongside The Veronicas at the inaugural Wind on Water concert in April.
Hailing from Fremantle, San Cisco captured the attention of music-lovers around the world with the release of their debut self-titled album in 2012.
They’ve since released two more albums, with 2015’s Gracetown debuting at No.2 on the ARIA charts.
With a handful of songs making it into the Triple J Hottest 100 and numerous shows at home and overseas, San Cisco have proved they’re one to keep an eye on.
The four-piece will bring their effortless sound and feel-good vibes to the Geraldton Multipurpose Centre stage at Stow Gardens on April 22.
Drummer and singer Scarlett Stevens said the band were pumped for the gig.
“I cannot wait to come and play in Geraldton,” she said.
“Our favourite gigs are ones we get to play to new crowds who don’t normally get the chance to party to live music.”
The concert will wrap up the City of Greater Geraldton’s WoW Fest.
Running from April 21-22, WoW Fest will feature everything Geraldton has to offer, from perfect weather to watersports and an array of family-friendly activities along the foreshore.
Mayor Shane Van Styn said the two-day festival would be a massive weekend of entertainment.
“San Cisco have established a huge following around the globe and we’re excited to have them grace the stage for our very first WoW Fest concert,” he said.
“The two-day event is going to attract people from all over the State and it’s great that we are continuing to attract high-quality acts.”
Tickets for the concert will go on sale on February 1.
The Festival is funded by the City and the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund – Community Investments Stream.
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