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Gage Roads Brewing launches its first DOCKSIDE POP-UP VENUE!
Gage Roads Brewing Co is set to launch its first ever pop-up venue on the Labour Day long weekend (March 1 to 4). This free event will be located at Fremantle’s iconic B Shed ferry wharf.
Gage Roads Dockside brings the proud local brewery to life in an unique waterside setting. The pop up venue will have a chilled out vibe, mouth-watering tacos, some of WA’s best live music and a truly unique live ‘keg art’ installation – all with the full range of Gage Roads beers centre stage.
“We’re thrilled to be launching our first ever pop-up bar in partnership with the team behind The Dock. It feels right to do it on the water in Fremantle, so close to our brewery home. We feel people will be captivated by the breathtaking dockside and wharf setting. Gage Roads is all about good times with good people, so the event should be a lot of fun,” says Gage Roads co-founder John Hoedemaker.
Gage Roads Dockside will also feature a live keg art installation. Some of WA’s most interesting artists including Tim Meakins, Anthony “Big Tony” Iacomella and Jae Criddle will swap a canvas for kegs, painting the Gage Roads keg wall mural at the event.
The keg wall is comprised of 72 beer kegs – with one lucky attendee winning part of the art display!
Across the four days, Gage Roads Dockside will feature live music and DJ sets from San Cisco (DJ set), Jack Davies (live), Lana Rothnie (live), Doctopus (DJ set) and more.
Gage Roads Dockside
Labour Day long weekend (March 1 to 4)
Fremantle B Shed Ferry wharf
(look out for the signs)
Entry is Free