This Friday night… Tom Redwood and band. Tom is a cool songwriter and performer who is a joy to listen to. Come on up and experience this original music scene as it unfolds in the Goats Head Baaa.
Zooma Zooma presents the Music of Louis Prima – raising funds for FoodBank.
Zooma Zooma is a high energy show that takes you into the world of Louis Prima and the Las Vegas nightclubs of the 1950s. Featuring Anthony Leppa (voice), Kylie Ferreira (voice), Julian Ferraretto (violin), Alana Dawes (bass), Richard Coates (piano), and Mario Marino (drums).
“A tireless showman and an underrated musical talent, Louis Prima swung his way to icon status thanks to an irresistible, infectious sound whose appeal translated across generations.” – Steve Huey, Biographer.
Zooma Zooma has sold out at the Adelaide Fringe over the last few years. Check out a review here – The Clothesline.
With the perfect blend of Jazz, Vegas and Italy, Zooma Zooma channels the energy and fire of Louis Prima as he lit up the Las Vegas nightclubs of the 1950s.
Includes dinner before the show with gnocchi by Artusi by Night. Wines by Primo Estate, beer by Suburban Brew and other beverages for purchase.
This event is part of the Adelaide Food Fringe and we will be supporting FoodBank with the profits.
On Sunday 16 May 2021 at 5:00 PM to 8:45 PM
Bar Opens 5pm
Dinner at 6pm
Show at 7pm (with Dinner)
318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park, SA 5034
Something really special coming up at the The Three Brothers Arms in Macclesfield on May 8th. Anna Smyrk Music from Victoria along with myself and Jen Lush performing with the my band, The Keepers.
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Hear your favourite songs from the Borderers 27 year career, plus a selection of the best tracks from their new ‘Maitland Wonder’ (Les Darcy) musical.
If you haven’t seen the Borderers high energy and vastly entertaining music shows before, then you’re in for a treat as there’ll be a fusion of Celtic rock, Blues, Folk, Dixieland plus interactive covers.
This is one of those evenings you will kick yourself afterwards if you miss.
You’re also gonna love the special guests, the Irish dancers, a Scottish pipe band, plus the ability to dance and wave your tartan scarves at a very special night for all ages!
You will also receive a special offer of a 50% reduction off ‘The Borderers with The Lot’ USB at this launch – which is the complete collection of the band’s work from 1994 till now plus the new 17 track Les Darcy musical if you preorder your ticket and USB as a bundle.
Call 8340 0744 to book a table for dinner in the venue prior to the show. Dinner doors 6pm.
Meals are paid for separately on the night. A valid show ticket is required for entry.
with the Lot USB
The Gov | Sunday 11 Apr
Tickets $35 + booking fee (show only) | $72.50 + booking fee (show and USB)
All measures are taken to ensure COVID-safe compliance including:
QR Code Check-in
Social distancing with seating instead of standing
Sanitiser will be supplied, wash your hands
Peter Day and Adrienne Lovelock invite you to take a stroll with them through some of their favourite songs. Peter’s accomplished guitar work complements Adrienne’s highly individual voice across a wide range of styles from country blues to folk ballads to contemporary songs of life as we live it. Veterans of the South Australian folk music scene, they’ve played together at clubs & festivals, concerts and sessions, sharing their love of a pure acoustic sound & an honest, plain approach to music.
On Sunday 11 April 2021 at 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Cellar Door open from 12pm for picnics.
1pm Mike Pounsett’s original ballads
1.45pm to 3.30pm Lovelock and Day
All tickets booked online will be allocated a table and chairs.
BYO picnic (No food available at the venue)
STRICTLY NO BYO alcohol. Beer, wine and soft drink available for purchase.
Bring your own wine glass or buy one for $5.
Please contact email@example.com so groups booked under separate names can be seated together
Sinclair’s Gully Winery
288 COLONIAL DR, NORTON SUMMIT, South Australia 5136
Just 15 minutes from Magill, in the Adelaide foothills
This is an outdoor open air performance, the show will go ahead rain or shine. No refunds
You wouldn’t want to miss seeing Golonka would you? We’ll be with The Finns on 11 April at the Semaphore Workers Club
Foyer Fridays is back!
Join us for Monthly Friday night drinks in the Woodville Town Hall – enjoy live music while catching up with friends. Family Friendly, free live & local music, food & drinks available to buy.
A local music series with a difference, where some of Adelaide’s most exciting emerging and established acts perform in the comfort of Woodville Town Hall’s charming 1920s foyer. Our next series, curated by Emily Tulloch, presents a diverse line-up of contemporary local music in Woodville Town Hall: your cultural hub in the west.
The bar will be filled with local beverages across the series and we’ll be showcasing local suppliers each month where you can meet the maker, hear their story and sample their brews. Grab some dinner from one of the many delicious food outlets along Woodville Road and bring in to enjoy at Foyer Fridays, or purchase some bar snacks on site.
Live music by Sabor a Cuba featuring Lazaro Numa, Juan Munoz & Ciro Jimenez, plus Isabelle da Sylveira, MIke Bevan & Alain Valodze May
Drinks showcase by Scull Kombucha
Live music by The Fiddle Chicks and Golonka
Drinks showcase by Bigshed Brewing Beer
Live music by Naomi Keyte and Nathan May
Drinks showcase by Oddio Wines and Needle & Pin Gins
Attendance is free, but you do need to register online for contact tracing.
More details here.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Hear Now at Her Majesty’s Theatre – a special intercultural music event presented in collaboration with Adelaide Festival Centre, featuring performances by First Nations songwomen Dhungala Baarka (Nancy Bates and Allara) joined by jazz musician and composer Adam Page; an acclaimed contemporary Sufi music group led by singer/composer Farhan Shah, the “Pakistani Pavarotti”; Radial Quartet led by guzheng player Zhao Liang and drummer/composer Jarrad Payne; and multi-talented Cuban trumpeter/composer Lazaro Numa and ensemble.
From exquisite songwriting to soaring instrumental melodies, expect an unforgettable night of contemporary music. Nexus is absolutely delighted to have been invited to work with the Adelaide Festival Centre in programming this brilliant range of artists, who Nexus audiences will most certainly recognise! This is a fantastic opportunity for them (and us!) to take to the beautiful reinvigorated stage at The Maj, and we would love for you to join us on 19 May.