The three powerhouse entertainers are a representation of the diverse nature within Adelaide Fringe and highlight that the event has something for everyone.
Today Cold Chisel announced a huge national tour that will bring the band to the sands of Glenelg Beach on 4 January alongside some top shelf support acts, headed by the legendary Paul Kelly.
It’s starting to feel a lot like summer and the touring circuit is beginning to ramp up, sending our way the enigmatic burst of status quo changing sunshine that is Stella Donnelly.
Aussie rock legends You am I and Adalita both took to The Gov stage last night. You can read […]
You Am I and Adalita have much in common and, having shared a stage on countless occasions across their careers, it was a joy to experience both in full flight on Thursday night at the Gov.
L.R. Marsh’s debut solo offering The Ghosts Of is music to enjoy with a late night whiskey by the fire or to see you through a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Discovering bands like the Bee Gees and then diving deeper into artists including Robert Wyatt, Miles Davis and Marvin Gaye all contributed to Frankie’s love of music and helped him become the musician he is today.
From The Jam only played for an hour and a half at The Gov, but they did not waste a single minute of it! A fantastic show!
GraceJean’s album Long Black Road debuts on Saturday, the 5th of October. Additionally, they’ll also be heading on tour to share their music with their Australian fans.
Adelaide’s ‘Festival of Nice Times’ Porchland returns on Saturday 23rd November bringing out an expanded line up of 15 artists across two stages.