Kallidad headlines Beer Farm pop up fiesta

Mexi-mayhem: With their own brand of "Mexican mariachi metal", Kallidad will headline the festival at the Beer Farm on October 22. Photo: Supplied.

Mexi-mayhem: With their own brand of "Mexican mariachi metal", Kallidad will headline the festival at the Beer Farm on October 22. Photo: Supplied.

The uniquely painted, uniquely sounding and uniquely talented Kallidad will arrive back in the South West next month for a monster gig at the Beer Farm in Metricup.

Headlining a huge bill of musical talent including Tom Day, Afro Chameleon, Bella Blakemore, Lost Thylacine and Michael Triscari, the trio will bust out their finest in “Mexican mariachi metal” for their growing fanbase here in the region.

The event coincides with the one year anniversary of the last Pop Up Collaborative, and event organiser Freya Duignan said she was looking forward to bringing another pop up market to the brewery.

“We’ll be bringing you a collaborative of South West makers, designers, exotic importers and talented musicians all day, kicking off at 10am.

We’ll be bringing you a collaborative of South West makers, designers, exotic importers and talented musicians all day. - Freya Duignan

“The market will be free entry for all, and the ticketed portion of the event will begin at 2pm with our headline act Kallidad taking the stage later in the day.”

Transformed: The Beer Farm will host the Pop Up Collaborative market and a range of musical entertainment for punters. Photo: The Beer Farm.

Transformed: The Beer Farm will host the Pop Up Collaborative market and a range of musical entertainment for punters. Photo: The Beer Farm.

Kallidad’s second full length album, The Awakening was released in July this year and the band have been touring across Australia.

Songstress: Bella Blakemore will join the festival line up of talented local musicians performing throughout the day. Photo: Supplied.

Songstress: Bella Blakemore will join the festival line up of talented local musicians performing throughout the day. Photo: Supplied.

The show is promoted by local Cowaramup retailer Saharan Daze, and tickets can be purchased at the store or through the Beer Farm. For more information visit www.facebook.com/saharandaze 

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