Young bands to storm Armadale stage on Friday

Fallen Empire from Cecil Andrews College will be performing at FRAMED! cirque.
Fallen Empire from Cecil Andrews College will be performing at FRAMED! cirque.

FOUR young bands are set to storm the stage for a night of fun at the Armadale District Hall.

FRAMED cirque! will transform the hall into an eclectic, contemporary space with cirque-themed entertainment and live performances on Fridayfrom 6 to 9pm.

Fallen Empire, Hachi, Lynwood Unity and Dream of Empire are all on the bill for this week’s event.

Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones said the City is proud to host an event that supports young artists and musicians.

“This year we have two bands from high schools – Fallen Empire is a school band from Cecil Andrews College and Lynwood Unity is a band from Lynwood Senior High School,” Mr Zelones said.

“This is a great opportunity for them to showcase their talents to a live audience and get some exposure.”

Local Tobias will be returning as the MC, DJ and final act.

Along with music, young people between 13 and 17 can also check out games, competitions, neon body art by Headspace, and the Outside the Frame youth art exhibition next door during FRAMED cirque!

Free tickets are available at armadale.wa.gov.au/framed.

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