If you were looking for a quiet Sunday evening, then this was definitely NOT the…
This second autobiography from Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum reflects on the people from his life, both in front of the camera and behind the scenes.
Adelaide welcomes world-renowned violinist Pinchas Zukerman in his second performance with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, ‘Zukerman in Concert’.
After skipping Adelaide for nearly 35 years, it’s only fair that we get two visits…
This easy listening debut CD of The Fatherhood features original catchy tunes. They’re a new South Australian indie folk/rock band that celebrates our State.
Eurodance legend, Basshunter (Jonas Erik Altberg) is finally coming to Australia for the first time in his decade long career.
The Day on the Green featuring Something For Kate delivered with a classic Aussie line-up out in the picturesque setting of Peter Lehmann vineyards.
Killing Heidi managed to transport the entirety of Lake Breeze wines to the late 90s and early 2000s, and it genuinely felt as if the group had never left music at all.
Eight successful studio albums later, a string of hits, and a legion of adoring fans, Leith is on the road and due to play to South Australian audiences in December.
Grab your tissues and block out your calendar. The biggest superstar on the globe, Adele, has announced her Australian tour & THE LEGEND IS COMING TO ADELAIDE!
State Opera in collaboration with the Welsh National Opera present Puccini’s masterpiece ‘Tosca’.
‘I Can Feel That You Don’t Love Me‘ was certainly not the general consensus for…
Adelaide, it seems, is brimming with talent as evidenced by the winners of the SA Music Awards 2016 at Norwood Concert Hall on Friday.
The Kim Wilde and Howard Jones show finished much better than it started with the…
There was no better way to prepare the audience for ‘The Gurge’ than opening…
4 Days of music, food and cultural bliss is starting to take shape, adding Angus Stone’s side project, Balkan super group, DD Dumbo and around 20 more acts.
One of Australia’s rising rock acts Holy Holy built on their stellar live reputation with…
Australian rocker, Jimmy Barnes, provides a no-holds-barred autobiography of his life with all it’s hardships, successes, laughter and forgiveness.
This reads like the ultimate festival line up, and it’s at a winery. Say no more folks.
The romantic fantasy of many a (now) middle-aged man, the delightful Kim Wilde is heading back down to Australia for a series of concerts with fellow 80s artist, Howard Jones.