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Curated by Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan and presented by Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Guitar Festival celebrates the worlds most popular instrument biannually.
Recitals Australia is bringing two special concerts to Adelaide for the first time on Saturday July 20 at 10:30am and 11:45am, designed for adults and children with special needs (including spectrum disorders such as autism) and their families.
In celebration of their first birthday, local bar Cry Baby and Umbrella Winter City Sounds treat loyal patrons to a free festival featuring bands Kingswood, The VANNS,
Celebrating the recent release of their sensational sophomore album Malibu Nights, alt-pop masters LANY wind their way back to Australia for a massive all-ages national tour in July 2019.
The Festival of Architecture and Design together with Das-Studio are pleased to present NOIR, a soiree that will bring together the Design Community and Friends to raise funds for future generations of architects and designers in South Australia.
Founded in the fifteenth century, the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge is arguably the world’s most famous choir and the pre-eminent representative of the British church music tradition.
Mozart and miracles go together. He was writing operas in Milan as a teenager – Lucio Silla blew the Italians away.
In its third year, Music SA’s Scouted returns in 2019 to showcase to significant industry representatives and enthusiastic music fans the wonderful unsigned and emerging musical talent we have in South Australia.
James Reyne delivers Summer all year round as fans will be treated to an array of hits, as he delivers material from the sun and surf tinged catalogue of Australian Crawl to his vast array of solo material and some special treats thrown in for good measure.
Hailing from Sydney’s sunny Northern Beaches, L D R U has engineered a distinct sound that has captivated his city, his country, and fans from all corners.
LUNAR BOOGIE is an out of this world pop-up party exploring futuristic sounds from decades past and forms part of Music SA’s Umbrella Winter City Sounds festival.
Lunar Boogie is a space-themed pop-up party exploring futuristic dance music from decades past. Dance yourself into orbit to the cosmic sounds from a selection of Adelaide’s finest DJs in an immersive, other-worldly environment.
US-based platinum selling artist, Orianthi is bringing her guitar shredding skills and rock/blues vocals to the Gov for one night only in July.
Direct from the UK, The Doors Alive head to Adelaide to perform all The Doors classics. Think Light My Fire, Break on Through, Riders On The Storm, People Are Strange, L.A.Woman, The End, Roadhouse Blues, Love Her Madly and more.
Adelaide violinist Jonathon Glonek returns to present these massive cornerstones of the recital repertoire presented in the intimate surrounds of Union Hall.
After 2017's hugely successful Animals tour, which featured three entire albums, The Pink Floyd Experience returns to New Zealand and Australia in 2019 with an exciting new show. To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Pink Floyd's album The Wall, a selection of the band's own favourites will complement a spectacular and fitting tribute to this Pink Floyd masterpiece.
The ASO continues its tradition of concerts for young and old inspired by glorious picture books.
Basenji continues to produce innovative dance music, challenging his audience with colour and finesse at every performance
In Fairytale Noir, internationally acclaimed, ARIA award-winners Zulya & The Children of the Underground perform exquisitely arranged original music inspired by Zulya's unique Tatar, Russian and Australian identity.
Legendary bass player Peter Hook will tour Australia this August for a special run of shows which will see him perform Joy Division's seminal post punk repertoire with a full orchestra.
“Holy Hell” marks the band’s first release since the untimely passing of Tom Searle, Architect’s founding guitarist, principal songwriter and twin brother to drummer Dan. “In those first months after Tom’s death, I didn’t deal with it at all and I felt so unhappy and anxious,” Dan explains.
Melbourne based singer-songwriter, Harrison Storm releases his ethereal new EP, ahead of his largest run of Headline shows in Australia.
A Day Of Clarity festival is back in the east end of the Adelaide CBD for its fifth year in a row. Check out over 40 acts, across 11 stages in seven venues around Adelaide's CBD - and it's all free!
Slowly Slowly lift the lid on their infectious new track 'Jellyfish'. Following the whopping response to their 2018 LP St. Leonards, 'Jellyfish' marks the first taste of new music from the Melbourne four-piece.
Dope Lemon returns to the stage for their first headline tour in three years this August they invite you to step into real the world of Angus Stone – a dream zone layered with melty moments, mischief and romance in some of Australia’s most stunning live music venues.
It’s all too easy to be swept off your feet. Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G might just be the coolest concerto going around: jazzy, suave and neat, a product of the Roaring Twenties. And who better to glide through the dreamy waltz of its Adagio than Louis Lortie?
L.A. producer Drezo will be returning to our shores in August, in support of his new single Afterlife, while playing his biggest run of headline shows to date.
To celebrate the release of their record breaking 6th #1 album, 'The Great Expanse', the Hilltop Hoods are back with 'The Great Expanse World Tour'.