Cabin Fever


Sunday 28th July, 11am - 5pm

All day live music featuring Special Brew, King Fez Ft. Miss Veronica Lilly, Spoons Perry, Crooked Brook, Moody Cows

The grand finale showdown spectacular of Cabin Fever is a stellar medley of live music, brews, wine and quality nosh, plus games for the kids – all beneath a massive marquee in the Settlers’ carpark. Get toasty by open fire pits, feast on smoked BBQ ribs and drop moves like the dance legend you are. There’ll be non-stop WA bands, beats and brews for folk of all ages (except the brews, they’re for 18 plussers).

Special Brew


Born in 1988 and still powering Perth's Ska movement, Special Brew puts on a show that gets crowds dancing and wanting to come back for more.Pumping out authentic sounds of Jamaican ska, rocksteady, 2-tone and Northern soul; we're as good to watch as listen to, even if you haven't heard ska before. Fronted by Deenie Devine, Special Brew fills up the stage with an 8-piece powerhouse of horns and tight rhythm sections.

From artists like Prince Buster, Madness, Bad Manners and Amy Winehouse. From old school Jamaican ska like "Simmer Down", "Tide is High" "A Message to Rudi", two tone standards plus great rocksteady and northern soul hits.

King Fez & The Rough House Imperials feat. Veronica Lily


This vibrant new band formed in January last year as a collaboration between Veronica Lily and King Fez (aka Gareth Hancox) over their mutual love of good time jump blues. Veronica Lily is an award winning Retro pin-up model as well as an established Burlesque dancer and experienced stage performer on the Perth scene. With this new musical project she gets to unleash her passion for swingin’ down home blues, wowing audiences with her sizzling vocal renditions of classic blues standards. 

Joining her on vocals and guitar is King Fez. Together they want to create a memorable show with the emphasis on dancing and good times. They love the blues from the 1950’s with a jump swing feel and a touch of rockabilly thrown in. Already they have captured the interest of audiences around Perth with highlighted performances at this year’s Fremantle International Street Arts Festival, The Perth Blues Club and a live performance on Perth’s RTR fm radio. Last year the band featured at ‘The Sou’West Festival’ and the Albany Rock ’n’ Roll Festival. Now the band can be seen regularly performing at well known blues venues around Perth.

The rest of the Rough House Imperials are Marlie Wanseth on guitar and slide. Marlie has honed her talents on blues guitar while playing the gig circuit in New York before arriving in Australia .  Joining the band on saxophone will be Laura Wilkins, a lover of funk, jazz and good time blues. Laura has played with many popular Perth bands and is a seasoned performer on the circuit. 

Spoons Perry


With her percussion background and using her body as a drum kit, playing to many genres of music with her extensive array of spoons from around the world, learn how Deb has taken them from her kitchen and onto the world stage.

She will take you on an extremely, joyful ride into her world of spoons and her energetic, positive attitude inspires and motivates all ages be they 3 to 93 to, "have a go".

Crooked Brook


The unique experience of a bush-dance is really something special, and brings people together in a fantastic, happy way.

The Moody Cows


Funny, heart-breaking, uplifting - The Moody Cows perform beautifully crafted and delivered original songs, with gorgeous harmonies, guitar and ukulele. Earworms are aplenty in this collection of songs that cross genres; with influences from Patsy Cline to Amy Winehouse, sisters Miranda Aitken and Sarah Butler have created the unique sound of The Moody Cows.

DJ Ush


Old school funk and disco, with a bit of party and funky nu-school thrown in. It's all about the dancing!