South Terrace, Fremantle
Metropolis Fremantle has built its reputation on hosting the biggest, best and most bad ass commercial dance party in WA. Every aspect has been finely tuned. From the bars and drinks to the lighting and production and most importantly- the music! For everything from RnB and those cheesy 80s and 90s hits to the latest commercial dance hits- Metropolis Fremantle has it all.
The Australian leg of the ‘Refused Are Not Fucking Dead’ tour kicked off in Perth. This run of shows marks the first and final Australian tour for Refused.
90's pop sensation AQUA causes a mass outbreak of hysteria as they return to Australian shores after a decade long break.
Hundreds of punters flocked to Metropolis Fremantle to catch the final show of Birds of Tokyo’s aptly named ‘Closer’ Tour.
Ozi Batla was tight all night, but Urthboy has to be the best lyricist in the country, his performance was clear and precise and seemingly effortless.
Blue King Brown and hip hop outfit Diafrix provided a plethora of infectious world grooves, red hot dance moves and high quality hip hop at Metropolis Fremantle.
The Dandy Warhols are a loveable bunch of great musicians who after over 10 years are going stronger than ever and appear so happy to be sharing this love around.
After sampling some of Fremantle's finest Little Creatures ale, the boys from Butterfly Effect rocked out the Metropolis Fremantle in a no-holds-barred gig that you just had to be there for.
The collective booty at Metros on Monday got one hell of a groovy 90 minute work out and indeed 'Good times' were had by all. A fantastic way to end their 2010 Australian tour.
Playing a set that spanned their entire career, Alexisonfire’s performance could not be described as anything other than flawless, leaving all in attendance in awe.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club thunder into Metros Fremantle with their swampy garage-rock show, with support from The Art.
The Beautiful Girls showcase new album Spooks along with some old favourites in a highly enjoyable show.
Perth's own psychedelic rock trio Tame Impala take on Metros Freo with the release of their first full-length album, Innerspeaker.
Legends of Aussie rock return to Fremantle for fun filled night of hits - for the oldies.
Jarvis Cocker entertained non-stop with ridiculous dance moves, more honest than necessary lyrics and surprisingly well researched banter.