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

  • Betrayal - State Theatre Company

    Betrayal - State Theatre Company

    Based on the play by award winning author Harold Pinter, Betrayal by State Theatre Company  begins at the end of a seven year affair and pursues a gripping journey back to its very beginning. In a brilliant device, time is turned upside down as the play charts significant events in reverse and mines the shadowy aspects of a love affair and its fallout to devastating effect. Season runs from 24 July to 15 August. 

  • Elvis meets The Beatles

    Elvis meets The Beatles

    Elvis meets The Beatles 2015 concert tour celebrates the 50th anniversary of the famous meeting between the world's two most iconic and influential recording artists of the 20th century. Playing Adelaide for one show only on 29 August, the show will recreate a live jam session of joint hits with a 17 piece orchestra and 50 strong choir.

  • The Cowgirl and The Showgirl

    The Cowgirl and The Showgirl

    In The Cowgirl and The Showgirl Beccy Cole and Libby O'Donovan present a sassy fun and engaging concert as part of an Australia wide tour at the Barossa Gourmet Weekend. For one night only, 16 August, at Seppeltsfield Winery in the 1877 Distillery, Libby and Beccy will take the audience on a journey of intertwining genres, swapping songs, sharing stories and breaking musical stereotypes. 

Major events

Major events
Sep
02
MaxTillage live at Minlaton

A great night of blues and brass.

Community events

Barossa gourmet.
Sep
06
TeAro Unplugged

Featuring the tunes of Sunday Road. Try the new grazing platter.

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