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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ASO’s Beethoven Fest
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra 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.
Wirrina Bluegrass and Acoustic Roots Festival
For a great weekend of live music, head to Wirrina Resort on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula for the third annual Wirrina Bluegrass and Acoustic Roots Festival. Listen to brilliant concert performances by first rate musicians in the Concert Hall and Heysen's Restaurant. The Acoustic Marquee and the Piazza Café will host more intimate blackboard stages. And there's always something happening in the session rooms, where jam sessions hosted by performers are open to all, 5 to 7 September.
Father's Day at Sinclair's Gully - Best of British Music
Celebrate Father's Day with a 'Best of British' music afternoon at Sinclair's Gully Winery on Sunday 7 September. Sinclair's Gully regular performer Kelly Chambers has a new song list of British pop, from the Beatles to Adele, including favourites from Elton John, Sting and U2! Kelly sings from 1pm to 3pm. Wine is available by the glass so strictly no bringing your own. Order a platter for two and involve Dad with a round of Giant Jenga, vintage quoits and darts.
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South Australia's own queen of country music performing live.