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.

What's on now

  • Riverland Rock'n'Roll Festival 2015

    Riverland Rock'n'Roll Festival 2014

    The Riverland Rock 'n' Roll Festival is held in Waikerie, South Australia on the first weekend in May each year. Highlights of this years festival include the Friday night dance with live band, markets, street parade, Show'n'Shine, dance demonstrations on Saturday and dance with live band Saturday night. 1 to 3 May 2015.

  • Generations In Jazz

    Generations In Jazz

    The Generations in Jazz festival is held in May and brings together many of Australia's most talented young jazz musicians to participate in and compete for the 'James Morrison Scholarship', the 'City of Mount Gambier National Big Band Awards' and the 'Generations in Jazz Vocal Scholarship'. As well as seeing the young musicians perform you also have the opportunity to hear professionals like James Morrison, Daryl Somers, Ross Irwin and more. 1 to 3 May.  

  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    Experience the action packed adventure of the story of the magical flying car, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang featuring the eccentric inventor Caractacus Potts, his children Jemima and Jeremy and the delightful Truly Scrumptious. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang flies into Adelaide for a strictly limited season from 19 to 26 April. Don’t miss it! 

Major events

Major events
Celebration of the Motorcar

The finest display of prestige, exotic and classic cars.

About Time

South Australia's history festival. Various events 1 to 31 May.

Community events

Barossa gourmet.
The Listies - Make you LOL!

Children's comedians - think The Young Ones meet Playschool.

Arsenic and Old Lace

The Barossa Players perform this show from 24 to 26 April.

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