Fremantle International Street Arts Festival to celebrate 20 years

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FREMANTLE’S International Street Arts Festival (FISAF) will celebrate 20 years this Easter long weekend.

FISAF will feature buskers, street theatre, bands, pop-up bars and eateries.

The festival includes acts like Birdmen, a Dutch theatre group with roving birds, What’s Next, four male acrobats from Canada, and Nudes, a brunch of Brits who do ‘nudie runs’.

Little Creatures will provide a pop-up bar for the event.

City of Fremantle’s festival director Kathryn Taylor said the City was proud to host the festival.

“We’ve created a unique line-up of acts that will stop visitors in their tracks,” she said.

All acts and events are free to attend.

What: Fremantle International Street Arts Festival (FISAF) 2018
Where: The streets of Fremantle
When: Good Friday, March 30 to Easter Sunday April 2
Web: www.streetartsfestival.com.au

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