In what is set to make waves across the music world, renowned West Australian event SNACK will be joining forces with two of Australia’s premiere music acts for two shows across February 26 and February 27 next year.


Set to take place at Stadium Park adjacent the iconic Optus Stadium - the event will kick off with a Friday night show by Tame Impala Sound System - the very first live incarnation of Tame Impala’s recent electronic performances - as seen on US television and various live streams throughout 2020 - powered up for the stage and dance floor IRL.


Using their overflowing arsenal of synths, sequencers and samplers to rework and reimagine tracks from the Tame Impala discography and beyond, TI Sound System is a pulsating, fully live and organic, free-flowing digital jam out. 


The Saturday night show features Aria Award winning act Lime Cordiale, whose infectious performances and genuine interactions with their fans has made them one of Australia’s buzziest. This was reflected in the Triple J Hottest 100 poll in January when Lime Cordiale was the only act to have four songs under 40 in triple j's hottest 100 of 2019.


SNACK events are known for providing an incredible sound, lighting and visual experience and this event will be no different - with the iconic ‘Snack Boombox’ stage set to return and providing a jaw-dropping performance platform.


The fan experience will continue in traditional SNACK format with a carnival-esque selection of rides, interactive experiences and creative event activations.


Speaking of his return to stage and this new project, Kevin Parker said:


“Can’t wait to be in front of some people again and think we’re going to feel right at home inside the Boombox, too.”


Tickets to both shows go on sale Tuesday 22 December via Eventbrite.



Friday February 27, Stadium Park @ Optus Stadium 


Saturday February 28, Stadium Park @ Optus Stadium