Emergence kicks off with crawl

Therese ColmanAugusta Margaret River Times

The Emergence Creative Festival returns to the region next week, with the Creative Crawl event kicking off on Wednesday night.

Festival director Erin Molloy said this year’s crawl would include an exhibition opening at Jahroc Galleries and four live music venues featuring WA artists.

Swings Taphouse, Burger Baby, Elkamo and Settlers Tavern are all crawl destinations for the third annual crawl, featuring acts such as Grievous Bodily Harm, Jay Le Kat, Azee Mansfield and Dobbin and Dobbin.

Fearn Avenue will also partially shut down to make way for a night food market and pop-up art.

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Ms Molloy said she hoped residents would get involved.

“Emergence Creative brings all kinds of people to the region, so we want to showcase what our town has to offer,” she said.

The Creative Crawl begins at Jahroc Galleries at 5pm on Wednesday.

The event is free and more information can be found at emergencecreative.com.

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