Music and Entertainment Events
Adelaide rocks, it’s as simple as that. Whether you‘re after a live acoustic gig at the Governor of Hindmarsh (The Gov), a string quartet at the Adelaide Festival Centre or a touring international act at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide has something for your musical taste. There are dozens of boutique music festivals dotted throughout the regions where you can escape for an afternoon of food, wine and song.
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South Australian Country Choral Association
South Australian Country Choral Association began in 1964 with a massed choir of over 250 voices. Growing from strength to strength over following years with a gradual combination of musical styles, many regional choirs formed to encourage choral music, and have culminated in 22 successful festivals, the last being in Clare in September 2013. Come and celebrate their 50th anniversary in a special celebration concert on Saturday 20 September.
Rock n Roll Festival 2014
Pull out the blue suede shoes and dust off your dancing jacket. Victor Harbor is set to rock to the sounds of the Rock n Roll Festival 2014. Spread over three days, you can enjoy great bands and entertainment, a car cruise from McLaren Vale, a vehicle display, and evening functions. There will be plenty of rock n roll and rockabilly bands performing at various locations over the weekend so you can bop 'til you drop. From 19 to 21 September.
ASO’s Beethoven Fest
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO) presents a two-week Beethoven Festival this September led by British conductor Nicholas McGegan. From 12 to 20 September, the festival will feature a series of immersive events and concerts with internationally-renowned soloists, screenings of the film Beethoven’s Hair and much more.
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Two days of great music, food and wine across three wineries.