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Friday, September 20 Arkaba Hotel | Andrew Schulz - The Matador Tour (7.30pm) Arkaba Hotel | Jake Nickolai - Lounge Bar (8pm) Avoca Hotel | ZEMA WINE LUNCH (12pm) Bartley Hotel | Top Up ft. Rolfy C (8pm) Bridgeway Hotel | Dusty Lee (7.30pm) Cooper Ale House: Gepps X | Ex-Men (9pm) Cumberland Hotel | Rapid Fire (7pm) The Duck Inn | Express Duo (7pm) Emu Hotel | Clearway (9pm) Fat Controller | Slum Sociable (10pm) The Fed On Semaphore…
As part of its ongoing commitment to the finest quality sacred music, Pilgrim Uniting Church present an International Organist Series. Hosting the largest organ in South Australia, Pilgrim has become a favourite for many organists around the world.
The Boys are back, and ready to share a bunch of new original tunes with the ladies and gentlemen of Adelaide! Come along for a night of old school swing music, flavoured with some good old fashioned feminism. The Boys Club is a celebration of the heart, the soul and the story of swing, with three musicians, Kyrie Anderson, Bonnie Aué and Kate Fuller joining forces to make magical music, old and new, in a trio like no other. With…
This September, South Sudan’s living legend and songwriter extraordinaire Gordon Koang brings his unique blend of afro-pop to the Wheatsheaf Hotel. Gordon will be supported by one of our favourite local artists, Naomi Keyte. Entry is free and all are welcome.
Summertown Studio introduces a dreamy music series at new Somerton Park co-working warehouse with a line up featuring Merpire, Angie Hudson and Kingbee.
After playing sold-out rooms throughout the UK, Europe and Asia, and making history as the youngest male artist to sell out Sydney’s iconic Opera House (twice), ARIA-award winning multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and performer Ruel will release his highly anticipated sophomore EP FREE TIME on Friday 13 September and embark on his most ambitious tour to date.
The concert features the sensational Swedish-Danish cellist Andreas Brantelid performing with Russian-born pianist Konstantin Shamray in an all Russian/Soviet program which will include three sonatas for cello and piano: Myaskovsky Sonata No. 1, Shostakovich Sonata, Rachmaninov and a few surprises!
Just days before they send fans worldwide into a feeding frenzy by dropping their obsessively anticipated third album A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships, English pop mavericks The 1975 have tipped their hat to their legion of followers in Australia by locking in a huge run of 2019 shows.
Inferno is acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Robert Forster’s first solo album in four years - his second album over the last eleven years. Forster only makes records when he feels he has the songs – on Inferno, he has nine he totally believes in.
Ahead of the release of their third studio album, My Own Pool of Light, Holy Holy announce a 15-date national headline tour, including their highly-anticipated return to The Gov on Friday 27 September.
After releasing their debut record to an overwhelmingly positive response, alt rockers Eat Your Heart Out have announced they will be heading around Australia this September on the ‘Florescence’ album tour.
Fighting for climate justice can be tough work, so come let off some steam with us and learn about all the important work AYCC and other groups are doing to #FightfortheBight!
Beloved Australian supergroup Seeker Lover Keeper – Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby – reveal they’ll release their highly anticipated second full-length album, Wild Seeds, on Friday August 9.
The Jungle Giants return with their new single Heavy Hearted and their biggest Australian tour to date.
Superstar Tim McGraw will play at Adelaide Botanic Park on Wednesday 2 October 2019 as part of his headline tour of Australia, which also includes shows at Hope Estate in the Hunter Valley and Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena.
Join the inimitable Guy Noble as he takes you on a journey through music you know and love, with your ASO, in a playful concert format that allows you to bring your drinks to your seat!
After rapidly selling out multiple club shows in Sydney and Melbourne last week, You Am I have announced they will be performing one show only in Adelaide featuring special guest support Indie Rock Icon Adalita.
Twenty years ago Kasey Chambers released her ground-breaking debut album ‘The Captain’. It was a pivotal record that remains the cornerstone of her outstanding career.
Fresh from a stand-out performance at Glastonbury, Stella Donnelly is delighted to announce a series of national headline dates in support of her debut album Beware of the Dogs, released in March this year.
The Fleurieu Peninsula music and camping festival is back with a line up from locals and interstate-rs including Kaiit (Vic), Baro (Vic), Dr Piffle & The Burlap Band (SA), Demon Days (WA), Alfalfa (NSW/SA), Bananagun (VIC), Ricky Albeck & the Belair Line Band (SA), Jesse Dävîdsøñ (SA), Bermuda Bay AUS (SA), and Beach Leech (SA).
Listen In will once again feature a tailored selection of Hip Hop & Electronic acts performing in Adelaide for one day/night only. Listen In is a concentrated version of Listen Out, which sold out nationally in 2016, 17 and 18!
Get your Dr Martens scuffed up and your daggy flanny ready because The Gov is hosting the best 90s event in the country once again - GOVAPALOOZA 2!
Australian national treasures, The Chats, have given us their cracking new single Identity Theft and a tour of the same name set to take place in September/October. Tickets on sale now.
This October, the inaugural Down by the River Opening Ceremony features Jack Buckskin performing the Kaurna ‘Welcome to Country’. Internationally acclaimed Aboriginal singer songwriter Frank Yamma will appear alongside Vonda Last, Corey Theatre, the MERRg, Eddie Peters & Friends, Dhungala Baarka, Of Desert & Sea Dance with Comedian MC Joshua Warrior keeping the tide high and the deadly vibes rolling.
New Zealand’s purveyors of high-energy guitar pop and 2018 end of year list-toppers The Beths are excited to announce a string of headline Australian shows this March, following a completely sold-out Australian tour in December.
2018 was an incredible breakout year for The Beths. Since releasing their debut album Future Me Hates Me via Carpark Records/Dew Process in August, The Beths have been lauded from all corners of the globe. Known for their signature sunny guitar pop, technical prowess and frontwoman Elizabeth Stokes’ witty, self-deprecating lyricism, Future Me Hates Me received international acclaim from music media including PopMatters and Pitchfork, who named it “one of the most impressive indie-rock debuts of the year”.
Jon Cleary is one of music’s great anomalies. A Kent raised Englishman turned certified New Orleans music legend after gracefully inhabiting the Crescent City and everything it has to offer over the course of 30 plus years.
Australian songwriter Angie McMahon is the twenty-something heroine you can relate to and root for; the star of her charming, honest songs about life, love, and comfort food.
Yolŋu rap sensation Baker Boy will kick off the opening weekend celebration of this year’s Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art 2019.
The team behind East End Block Party love two things: Local Tunes and a Bloody Good Time. Nowadays festival tickets are so expensive and the bar lines are excessive... so we came up with our own solution! Why not throw our own party, free of charge, and make it one hell of a good time?!