Richard Tognetti brings his unique musicianship to the Symphony, showcasing his remarkable abilities as a musical leader.
Iconic recording artists Carole King and James Taylor are taking to the world stage together for the first time in nearly 40 years.
For the first time ever, Dorothy will have her own plane to travel around the world in search of the perfect rose!
Massive Attack, the UK’s ‘trip-hop’ pioneers, bring their haunting and hypnotic fusion of hazy beats, dub, hauntingly soulful melodies and choice samples to Adelaide this Sunday 21st March.
For the first time, Adelaide will get to see a Furutech DF-2 Flattener in action. The DF-2 is a one-stop, one-button solution to record warpage!
Fridays at Adelaide Central Market have a new flavour this month! Chefs from Hilton Adelaide, including new Executive Chef Dennis Leslie, will be joined by various musicians of Jazz, Latino and contemporary tunes for ‘Music @ The Market’.
Lisa Mitchell today announces the exciting details of her huge National Theatre Tour to support the release of her brand new single ‘Oh Hark!’.
“Now we have rain!” exclaimed Ethiopiques talisman Francis Falceto as the skies digressed the first of many showers during our premier four day outdoor festival. “Aren’t we lucky?”
The program for the first-ever four day WOMADelaide is one of the largest yet, running from Friday 5 to Monday 8 March 2010.
The Award winning Future Music Festival is in Adelaide this Adelaide Cup Long Weekend, on Monday 8th March.
American hip-hop superstar Lupe Fiasco has confirmed he will be taking his high energy live show to stages across Australia with dates scheduled in February 2010 in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and a very special show at the Royal Melbourne Zoo as part of Sound Safari.
Adelaide’s number one youth community radio station, Fresh 92.7, is thrilled to announce that it has just received a grant of $100,000 from the State Government to help it in establishing a brand new, state-of-the-art broadcasting facility in the City’s East End.
Massive Attack, the UK’s ‘trip-hop’ pioneers, bring their haunting and hypnotic fusion of hazy beats, dub, hauntingly soulful melodies and choice samples to Australia this March.
I guess the Big Day Out experience could be likened to one of those ‘choose your own adventure’ books from the early nineties.
Spandau Ballet, one of the most successful and influential British bands of the 1980s, will tour Australia in April 2010 with Tears For Fears!
International superstar Ronan Keating will undertake his first concert tour of Australia in eight years when he returns to our shores in January 2010.
O’Ball is proud to announce the final two bands for Adelaide’s favourite all ages student festival.