This Chinese Lunar New Year, Adelaide Festival Centre will ring in the Year of the Rooster with the Butterfly Ladies Band – Chinese New Year Concert 2017 and The World Is Not Flat – Chinese Contemporary Video Art exhibition
A brand spanking new date and venue has been announced for this year’s Groovin The Moo festival.
This March is set to get a whole lot better, with a brand new album from Ed Sheeran about to hit airwaves.
Despite only one original member appearing, the Avalanches live band put on a show to remember with great sound and visuals.
An infectious smile, beauty for miles, and a voice that’s as smooth as chocolate, Deni Hines is back with a killer new album, ‘The Soul Sessions’.
Ed Kuepper continues his year of activity celebrating four decades since the release of The Saints iconic (I’m) Stranded, with an all new set of Solo and By Request shows.
50 years ago this week, in 1967, The Doors broke through to the other side for the first time with its eponymous debut on Elektra Records.
Following sold-out performances across South Australia, Michelle Pearson and Andy Petkovic return to Fox Creek Wines for an intimate concert.
A star-studded event to celebrate and embrace our traditional Indigenous culture.
Canadian indie icon Peaches brought her amazing hypersexual live show to The Gov and predictably blew away audiences.
Ahead of playing the GOLD FUSION mini-fest at Published Arthouse, Koral Chandler, one of Adelaide’s finest rockers, takes us through which popular artists get her tick of approval.
RnB legends just announced they’ll be touring Adelaide in the New Year. Merry Christmas to us!
Last Friday Grumpy’s Brewhaus restaurant in the Adelaide Hills was subject to a terrible blaze stemming from the wood fire oven and have been forced to cease all restaurant trade for the next few months
Friday 16th of December saw the Governor Hindmarsh transformed as the audience anticipated their trip to British India.
Breakbot brings classical French electro grooves to Rocket’s dance floor this Friday night.
Birds of Tokyo and DJ Havana Brown will kick start celebrations at the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under with free live performances.
GOLD FUSION is set to kick off Adelaide 2017 festival season with a stellar line up including slick electronica singer Oscar Key Sung, synth-pop tune smiths I Know Leopard and rising indie rocker Ali Barter.
Long before the term ‘boy band’ existed, The Monkees certainly did and at one stage in the late 60s, sold more albums than The Beatles and Rolling Stones combined.
As if 35 years wasn’t enough of a wait for Culture Club to finally play…