Perth concertgoers will be happy to know the first concert series for Perth’s Belle Reveille is being produced by a group that has nothing to do with the town.
The band, based in the city’s north, will be performing three nights at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.
ABC Radio Perth has confirmed the show will be “unrealistically choreographed”, and it will be held “under the most bizarre circumstances”.
It’s a move that will raise eyebrows among Perth concert fans, with many wondering how the band could be given such a lavish venue in the middle of nowhere, and the lack of any music videos or other promotional material.
“I think it’s just the absolute most ridiculous,” Perth concert promoter and producer John Scott said.
“It’s just so surreal.
I think people are going to be really confused, because this is not Perth.
I just don’t see how that’s going to work.” “
This is not a Perth music scene.
I just don’t see how that’s going to work.”
But the show is set to go ahead despite a number of objections to the project.
“The band has put in the effort to come here, but it’s a big undertaking,” Mr Scott said, “and I think the city is going to go into a tailspin when the concert gets here.”
The Perth Music Group said it was “incredibly excited” to be making its debut in Perth.
“As a new band, we’ve never really been to Perth,” band member Jason Firth said.
But it’s understood the group was not aware of the venue’s location, and was initially reluctant to get involved.
The venue is being built by the Perth Group, which is funded by a combination of private and public funds.
Mr Firth and his band are keen to promote the Perth Music Festival, which was recently held at the Southbank Hotel and Casino, before it gets underway on August 19.
It is not yet known how many tickets will be sold, but the show may be a big hit.
“We’re going to make sure people get to know us as a band,” Mr Futher said.
The Perth Group has also produced music videos for Perth concert shows before, and Mr Fierce said the new Perth concerts will be an opportunity for fans to see “the real” Perth.
The group is also planning to produce music videos and videos for upcoming concerts, but has not yet confirmed how many songs they will produce.
“There will be a lot of songs that are still under wraps, and we will be producing some of those videos very soon,” Mr Dickson said.