To be honest, we’re still kind of getting over the news that Red Hot Chili Peppers are coming to town – now two more big names added to the lineup.
The Lindsay Wine Estate cellar door was built around a 1973 Sanyo Record Player, and the rest is history.
With less than 50 days to go until WOMADelaide opens on March 8 in Botanic Park, the final additions to the 2019 program have been announced.
Photos: Jonathan James Wednesday night saw the spectacular Florence and The Machine hit Botanic Park…
Iconic Australian pop princess Kylie Minogue is bringing her Golden Tour to Australia in March, performing a string of headline shows at arenas and outdoor venues across the country – including Adelaide.
I had the chance to speak with Lanu of Australian Funk band, The Bamboos ahead of their performance at WOMADelaide.
As part of their massive Australian arena tour, UK’s Mumford & Sons will stop by Adelaide to showcase their fourth studio album Delta.
Here’s all the best events happening in Adelaide and South Australia this weekend.
Touting major international headliner, The Kooks, in their first performance in Adelaide in five years, Beach Life brought a lineup of beloved indie acts.
Billy Elliot the Musical is one of those cult classics, that people frenzy over when tour announcements are made. So brace yourselves. We have news.
As I’m sure you’re well aware, Christmas is only a week away. Still going with your Christmas shopping? Instead of buying something that could just be relegated to the back of the cupboard, why not gift an experience?
With just under a month until Florence and the Machine return to Adelaide, there’s a new addition to the tour lineup with Leon Bridges joining as support act.
Joining iconic Russian feminist punk rock band, Pussy Riot as one of the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival’s Royal Croquet Club (RCC) headliners is The Presets.
The Superloop Adelaide 500 is already looking like the best one we’ve ever seen with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers headlining the Sunday show.
Festival and beer industry heavy hitters have combined forces to pull together a brand-new festival concept, A Day on the Cans – Music, Beer, Art, Food.
Australia’s favourite duo Peking Duk return in 2019 with their Biggest Tour Ever.
And to kick things off, music legend Montaigne and Gang of Four will be playing.
After dropping their anticipated third LP Solace, Australia’s own RÜFÜS DU SOL are gearing up to play what is set to be an epic run of shows in their home country throughout summer 2019.
Florence Welch is bringing her unmistakable voice and flowing red locks back to our shores in January 2019