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Festival Falls on WA

Tuesday 28th June / posted by Chris Wheeldon

For year the Falls Festival has been a staple for the East Coast, with events like pop-up performances, basement danceterias and interactive art, but WA has no reason to be jealous anymore.

Co-producer Paul Piticc joined Caitlin Nienaber for Breakfast to tell us about how the festival is coming to us.

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