Crowd of more than 10,000 turns out to see Birds of Tokyo and City of Wanneroo Presents concert


More than 10,000 people attended the free City of Wanneroo concert. Pictures: Matsu Photography
The big crowd.
Birds of Tokyo.
Birds of Tokyo.
Birds of Tokyo.
Birds of Tokyo.
Birds of Tokyo.
Birds of Tokyo.
Birds of Tokyo and the crowd.
Birds of Tokyo and the crowd.
The crowd enjoying Birds of Tokyo.
The crowd enjoying Birds of Tokyo.
The crowd enjoying Birds of Tokyo.
The crowd enjoying Birds of Tokyo.
The crowd enjoying Birds of Tokyo.
The Spring Peaks.
The Spring Peaks.
The Spring Peaks.
The Spring Peaks.
These Winter Nights.
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MORE than 10,000 people filled the Wanneroo Showground on Saturday night for the City of Wanneroo’s annual free concert.

Headline act Birds of Tokyo entertained the crowd with favourites such as Lanterns and This Fire as well as newer songs.

They followed Sydney duo Winterbourne, and Perth bands The Spring Peaks, These Winter Nights and Money War.

All tickets for the event were allocated within one hour and 20 minutes of their release on October 2 and there was controversy last month about ticket scalping.

Hundreds of attendees waited in long lines to get in on November 4 as event staff checked ticketholders had proof of local addresses and turned away those who did not, as well as checking bags at the alcohol-free event.

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