This week, a trio of superstars from the stage, screen and airwaves will grace the stage at the Arts Theatre and it’s sure to be a treat.
To celebrate the release of ‘Sand Grabber’ and thanks to the folks at Creative Victoria, Ben Wright Smith will taking the show on the road … to pretty much every corner of the sunburnt country, and including Adelaide gigs at The Exeter and The Gov.
To celebrate and rally support before heading off, the four acts are putting on a mini festival titled ‘Next Stop Nashville’ at The Jade, Adelaide on Sunday August 14th kicking off mid afternoon.
Totally 80s is everything you could imagine in an 80s show: glitter, glamour, and a chance to think that you’re sixteen years old again, listening to your favourite songs on the radio.
Holden is transforming six of their dealerships into music venues on Saturday, July 23 and putting Guitars in Cars.
With so much going on in Adelaide this time of year, finding a standout gig is a challenge, but Jessica promises a distinctively different show, which will be stacks of fun.
We spoke to Limahl from Kajagoogoo and Martika ahead of the shows and they were both incredibly excited to be a part of the tour.
The idea for the event came about through a desire to be different and use a beautiful venue which is rarely used for this purpose.
Expressions Adelaide are dedicated to fostering and maintaining creative expression for ages 1-101.
The 2016 Adelaide Festival generated an estimated gross expenditure of $78.3 million for the state.