North Fremantle, WA
Since the first gig in the 1970’s, our iconic North Fremantle site has had a special history. For over fifty years, it’s been a place where live music has reverberated and counter culture has been celebrated. Once The Stoned Crow, it became Mojo’s Bar in the early 1990’s.
Since then the venue has hosted famed international and national acts, along with many West Australian locals destined for greatness. The intimate, rollicking 200-capacity venue is first-pick for emerging artists, national legends and international touring acts alike.
Homegrown icons such as The Triffids, John Butler, Tame Impala, CW Stoneking, Abbe May, The Stems, San Cisco, Spacey Jane and Stella Donnelly graced our stage from their beginnings. History has and always will be heavily thrummed through these walls.
Right around the corner from Fremantle, The Otherside Brewhouse is the perfect location for an accessible craft beer experience.
Featuring indoor and outdoor alfresco seating areas, The Brewhouse can cater to events big and small, with full beverage and food truck packages available. We can even source live music to turn the dial up on your experience!
Built in 1895, Fremantle's Artillery Drill Hall was once an entertainment and community institution. In conjunction with the National Trust, Freo.Social was developed on this historic site as a place where live music, arts, and culture come together for the many.
Freo.Social offers three distinct venue spaces catering to groups and functions of all shapes and sizes. Whether it's a social event, corporate function, or entertainment-led initiative, we offer spaces, food, beverage, audio-vision and entertainment options to bring your event to life.
The venue boasts a maximum capacity of over 900 people, with individual areas able to cater to groups from 20 persons up to 600 persons.