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Junkadelic at Inglewood Monday Night Markets

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by Peter Hancock (subscribe)
Journalist, historian and naturalist living in Perth's eastern suburbs.
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Beaufort Street in Inglewood will be bursting to the big sounds of a brass band every fortnight from the end of February to the market finale on April 5.

Inglewood, Beaufort Street, Monday Night Markets, street food, Junkadelic, brass band, Bunburu, Richard Walley
Junkadelic's big sound includes plenty of horns and percussion.


Junkadelic Brass Band, known for the beats and rhythms from its recycled percussion and smoking hot six-piece brass section, will be parading along Beaufort Street every second Monday until the end of the market season.

The entertainment is free and there are around 40 street food vendors lining both sides of Beaufort St, between Eighth and Tenth Avenues.

The stalls offer food originating in from countries around the world and include gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options.

Inglewood, Beaufort Street, Monday Night Markets, street food, Junkadelic, brass band, Bunburu, Richard Walley
Junkadelic will be performing at the Inglewood Monday Night Markets.


There's also a bar selling wine, beer and cider and tea and coffee on sale.

There are also plenty of spots for people to sit and people watch as well as take in the colour and sounds of the band going by.

Junkadelic are one of those bands that will have the kids following in their footsteps and adults up and dancing.

They'll have instruments like tambourines and castanets on hand for people to use who want to join in with the jovial sound of the band.

Inglewood, Beaufort Street, Monday Night Markets, street food, Junkadelic, brass band, Bunburu, Richard Walley
There's plenty of sound from brass band Junkadelic.


The band blends street rhythms and New Orleans style jazz, Latin and hip-hop to create a big, big sound.

The Perth-based band takes its inspiration from traditional New Orleans street music with raucous vocals in their original compositions creating their unusual brand of brass band music.

On March 22, the band will feature vocalist Tani Walker performing a sample of Junkadelic's Bunuru which they usually perform with the Richard Walley's Six Seasons performance.

They'll be performing the full show at Freo Social on March 28.

Junkadelic will be at the Inglewood Monday Night Markets on February 22, March 8, March 22 and on the market's closing evening on Monday, April 5.
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Why? Join in the fun with brass band Junkadelic patrolling Beaufort Street in Inglewood combined with the chance to grab a bit to eat from the dozens of food vendors.
When: Monday February 22, March 8, March 22 and April 5 from 6pm to 9pm.
Where: Beaufort Street, between Eighth Avenue and Tenth Avenue, Inglewood, WA.
Cost: FREE
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