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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Gozu » Fri Jan 24, 2020 3:14 pm

Walk Off The Earth @ Norwood Concert Hall Sat 25th Jan (venue change)

Wolfmother @ The Gov Thurs 30th Jan

Jeff Martin @ Green Room, Willunga Sat 8th Feb

The Stranglers + Gooch Palms @ The Gov Tues 11th Feb

Moon Duo @ LVL 5 (Fringe Fest) Fri 14th Feb

Crocodylus @ The Jade Sat 15th Feb (venue change)

Tim Rogers: Liquid Nights In Bohemia Heights @ The Garden of Unearthly Delights Tues 25th Feb & Wed 26th Feb

No Country For Old Men with Tropical F**k Storm @ Bonython Hall (Fringe Fest) Fri 28th Feb & Sat 29th Feb

One OK Rock + Set It Off + Stateside @ The Gov Mon 2nd March (venue change)

The Black Sorrows @ The Garden of Unearthly Delights Thurs 5th March

John Smith @ The Garden of Unearthly Delights Wed 11th March

The Menzingers + Press Club @ The Gov Fri 13th March

The Brave + Sleep Talk + Bad/Love + To Octavia @ Crown & Anchor Sat 14th March

In Flames @ Lion Arts Factory Wed 18th March (venue change)

Gravemind + Pridelands + Mirrors @ Enigma Bar Sat 4th April

Valhalore + Carmeria @ Enigma Bar Thurs 16th April

Mako Road @ Lion Arts Factory Sat 18th April

Boy & Bear @ Downtown on Hindley Thurs 23rd April (venue change)

Tame Impala + Khruangbin @ Adel Ent Centre Sat 25th April

Unearth + The Ascended @ Lion Arts Factory Wed 29th April

Kerser @ Downtown on Hindley Fri 29th May (venue change)

Bon But Not Forgotten (AC/DC Tribute) @ The Gov Sat 25th July
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Booney » Tue Jan 28, 2020 9:34 am

Music legends and controversial Hottest 100 toppers The Offspring have today announced a 2020 headline Australian tour, marking their first time here since 2018’s Good Things festival.

But they won’t be coming here alone. The tour will be joined by Canadian rockers Sum 41, meaning it’s going to be one head-banging bout of 90’s nostalgia to remember.

The tour will be taking place in April. Kicking off at Perth’s HBF Stadium, the two gargantuan acts will then take on Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney before wrapping things up in Brisbane.

Tuesday, 21st April
Entertainment Centre Theatre, Adelaide
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Booney » Wed Jan 29, 2020 9:15 am

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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Gozu » Fri Jan 31, 2020 2:05 pm

These shows are all at Adelaide Uni as part of the Fringe Festival.

Baker Boy + Tkay Maidza @ Utopia Fri 14th Feb

Running Touch @ Utopia Sat 15th Feb

Methyl Ethel @ Utopia Fri 21st Feb

The Necks @ RCC Fri 21st Feb

Northeast Party House @ Utopia Sat 22nd Feb

Lydia Lunch Retrovirus @ RCC Thurs 27th Feb

The Jet Boys @ RCC Fri 28th Feb

Guitar Wolf @ RCC Sat 29th Feb

Stereolab @ RCC Thurs 5th March

SAFIA @ Utopia Fri 6th March

Sampa The Great @ Utopia Sat 7th March

Kllo @ Utopia Sun 8th March

Truckload of Sky: The Lost Songs of David McComb @ RCC Thurs 12th March

Cut Copy @ Utopia Fri 13th March

Haiku Hands @ Utopia Sat 14th March

Laurie Anderson @ RCC Sat 14th March & Sun 15th March
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby gadj1976 » Fri Jan 31, 2020 10:00 pm

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Now this would be awesome! I saw You Am I in Melbourne in about 2001 and it was one of the best concerts I've seen. Great band with awesome songs.
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Booney » Mon Feb 03, 2020 9:07 am

Offspring tickets on sale as of 9am this morning.

Pre Sale sold out.
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Dutchy » Tue Feb 04, 2020 11:32 am

Dutchy wrote:Fire Aid: Pond + Bad Dreems + The Mark of Cain + Children Collide + Tim Rogers + more @ Lion Arts Factory Courtyard Sat 1st Feb


Went along to this gig which was moved the Adelaide Uni lawns, great spot for a gig plus cheap beers and only $55 for the ticket. Started the day with lunch/beers/bets at the Wellington then got the the gig at 3pm in time for Horror my Friend who I was keen to see again after getting a glimpse of them at Dear Seattle in December. Fresh of their song of the year win (turned loose) at the SA Music Awards they are a great 3 piece which challenge the norm with some unusual sounds/beats but are very enjoyable.

Was going to go to the Uni bar for a quiet beer while Hayley Mary played, but was blown away with her voice, so bloody powerful and a great rock sound. Since found out she is the lead singer of the Jezabel's, but with her solo stuff she is heading more down the rock path, very good and will be listening to more of her stuff.

Was looking forward to West Thebarton, had heard some great things around the traps and didnt get to listen to any of their stuff as I hoped before the gig, so went in blind. They rocked up with 7 band members including 5 guitarists! I then noticed 2 of them were from Horror My Friend, just presumed they were joining in for the day but have since found out those 2 members are in both bands. Far to say they make big sounding raw rock songs and a front man they does not hold back, really engaging and I can't remember enjoying a band Ive never seen/heard before like I did with them. Fav part was when the lead walked out into the crowd, got everyone down on their knees and then jumped up for the mosh -

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Tim Rogers came on for an acoustic set, which was a hard gig but entertained the crowd and very engaging as always.

Then The Mark of Cain, never seen them before and a huge reason I went along, as I suspect they will disappear again for years, if not for ever. Wowee they were as good as I expected, good hard clean sharp rock, played flat out for their 40 mins, hardly spoke to the crowd, just did what they do best, outstanding.

Didn't know a lot about Children Collide, but again enjoyed them and their energy, looking up more of their music is on my to do list.

Bad Dreems came on and again its the 1st time Ive seen them live, just good plain rock from the heart and finished off our night brilliantly when Tim Rogers came out for the cover of Rain (Dragon), crowd went nuts.

Didn't hang around for Pond, as I didn't know them, was buggered and had a free ride home from the family that were at the cricket, still no idea who they are and what they were like!

Fantastic day with bands there for the right reasons and donating their time, so pleasing to see new and old South Aussie bands. WT & MOC the highlights for me.

Fitzy hosted it well, esp considering his co-host looked like he was on another planet :weedman:
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Gozu » Tue Feb 04, 2020 12:37 pm

Dutchy wrote:Then The Mark of Cain, never seen them before and a huge reason I went along, as I suspect they will disappear again for years, if not for ever. Wowee they were as good as I expected, good hard clean sharp rock, played flat out for their 40 mins, hardly spoke to the crowd, just did what they do best, outstanding.


When I saw TMOC on their Battlesick 30th anniversary tour late last year they said they will be doing another tour in 2020 for the 25th anniversary of their Ill at Ease album.

Didn't hang around for Pond, as I didn't know them, was buggered and had a free ride home from the family that were at the cricket, still no idea who they are and what they were like!


What little I've heard of Pond they're a trippy psychedelic band from WA closely connected to Tame Impala.

btw glad you enjoyed it if I had have gone it just would've been for TMOC but I knew they were touring again this year anyway.
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Magellan » Wed Feb 05, 2020 7:27 am

Faith No More, Monday 18 May, Entertainment Centre.
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Gozu » Fri Feb 07, 2020 4:12 pm

Ebonivory + Glass Ocean @ Crown & Anchor Fri 13th March

The Hu + Plini @ The Gov Mon 16th March

Jimmy Eat World + Eat Your Heart Out @ The Gov Mon 23rd March

Lachy Doley Group @ Lion Arts Factory Fri 27th March

Jeff Martin + Nathan Cavaleri @ Jive Sat 28th March

Papa M + A Broken Sail @ Crown & Anchor Fri 17th April

Dream Theater @ AEC Theatre Mon 27th April

Dom Dolla @ Thebarton Theatre Fri 1st May

Norma Jean + Cursed Earth @ Enigma Bar Fri 15th May

Crashdiet + Jizzy Pearl's Love/Hate + Sisters Doll @ Jive Sun 17th May

Butterfingers @ Crown & Anchor Fri 30th May

The Kite String Tangle @ Lion Arts Factory Fri 5th June

Short Stack + Between You & Me @ The Gov Fri 10th July

The Milk Carton Kids + Vera Sola @ Festival Theatre Fri 7th Aug

China Crisis @ The Gov Sun 9th Aug

Passenger @ Her Majesty's Theatre Thurs 28th Jan
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Gozu » Mon Feb 10, 2020 6:51 pm

If anyone is interested The Gov are doing a double pass sale to see both The Quireboys on 20th February and L.A. Guns on the 14th June for $60.

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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Magellan » Mon Feb 10, 2020 9:43 pm

Magellan wrote:Faith No More, Monday 18 May, Entertainment Centre.

Tickets bought today. Gonna be a good 'un methinks...not quite the 1993 Angel Dust tour, but good fun nonetheless.
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Failed Creation » Mon Feb 10, 2020 11:17 pm

Magellan wrote:
Magellan wrote:Faith No More, Monday 18 May, Entertainment Centre.

Tickets bought today. Gonna be a good 'un methinks...not quite the 1993 Angel Dust tour, but good fun nonetheless.


I'm hoping the tickets don't sell out quickly.

I hope to snap one up in the next few weeks.
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Jase » Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:30 pm

Magellan wrote:
Magellan wrote:Faith No More, Monday 18 May, Entertainment Centre.

Tickets bought today. Gonna be a good 'un methinks...not quite the 1993 Angel Dust tour, but good fun nonetheless.


Gor our tickets today as well, General Admission... will be looking for somewhere to sit about an hour or so in, not as fit as I was 20 odd years ago...

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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Booney » Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:48 pm

Jase wrote:
Magellan wrote:
Magellan wrote:Faith No More, Monday 18 May, Entertainment Centre.

Tickets bought today. Gonna be a good 'un methinks...not quite the 1993 Angel Dust tour, but good fun nonetheless.


Gor our tickets today as well, General Admission... will be looking for somewhere to sit about an hour or so in, not as fit as I was 20 odd years ago...

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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Bum Crack » Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:52 pm

Booney wrote:
Jase wrote:
Magellan wrote:
Magellan wrote:Faith No More, Monday 18 May, Entertainment Centre.

Tickets bought today. Gonna be a good 'un methinks...not quite the 1993 Angel Dust tour, but good fun nonetheless.


Gor our tickets today as well, General Admission... will be looking for somewhere to sit about an hour or so in, not as fit as I was 20 odd years ago...

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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Booney » Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:12 am

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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Magellan » Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:10 am

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Ha ha, good one. I was there last night (a pretty good show, too), but didn't notice his Power jumper (cheap seats at the back).

Lots of monsters and freaks wandering around the stage at various parts of the show, perhaps the whole show had a Port Adelaide theme. ;)
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Gozu » Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:14 pm

Flying Colours @ Grace Emily Thurs 27th Feb

Sacred Reich + Vio-Lence + Hidden Intent @ Enigma Bar Sun 1st March

Chad Morgan @ The Golden Wattle Thurs 5th March

Shakerfaker (Oasis Tribute) @ Lion Arts Factory (Fringe Fest) Sat 7th March

Spacey Jane + The Buoys @ The Gov Sun 5th April

Twin Peaks @ Lion Arts Factory Wed 8th April

Groovin The Moo: Gang of Youths + The Veronicas + Darude + Kelis + Bhad Bhabie + Tones and I + Slowly Slowly + Dope Lemon + The Cat Empire + Supergrass + more @ Adelaide Showgrounds Fri 24th April

Cable Ties @ The Golden Wattle Fri 1st May

Dream On Dreamer @ Lion Arts Factory Fri 1st May

Luca Brasi + Drug Church + Moaning Lisa + Kat Edwards @ UniBar ADL Fri 8th May

Confidence Man @ Lion Arts Factory Fri 15th May

Sleepmakeswaves + Rolo Tomassi @ Lion Arts Factory Thurs 21st May

The Screaming Jets + Glowing @ Bridgeway Hotel Sat 30th May

Sly Withers + The Lazy Susans + Semantics @ Jive Wed 3rd June

The Crystal Method @ Lion Arts Factory Sat 20th June

I Prevail + Motionless In White + Windwaker @ Thebarton Theatre Wed 8th July

Definitely Oasis (Oasis Tribute) @ The Gov Thurs 16th July

The Whitlams + Alex Lloyd + Phil Jamieson @ The Gov Fri 14th Aug
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Re: Bands coming to Adelaide

Postby Gozu » Fri Feb 21, 2020 5:05 pm

Great Gable @ Lion Arts Factory Thurs 9th April

Chillinit @ The Gov Thurs 23rd April

Ocean Alley + Psychedelic Porn Crumpets + Dulcie @ Thebarton Theatre Fri 8th May

Mallrat @ Downtown on Hindley Fri 15th May

Apia Good Times 2020: Brian Cadd + Deborah Conway + Joe Camilleri + John Paul Young + Kate Ceberano + Leo Sayer + Vika & Linda Bull + Wendy Matthews @ Thebarton Theatre Sun 24th May

Ellefson with Chris Poland @ Enigma Bar Tues 26th May

Deadly Hearts: Thelma Plum + Baker Boy + Tia Gostelow + Aodhan @ Festival Theatre (Cabaret Fest) Sun 7th June

Chelsea Wolfe + Emma Ruth Rundle @ The Gov Mon 8th June

Archie Roach with Paul Grabowsky @ Dunstan Playhouse Fri 3rd July

The Angels @ The Gov Fri 3rd July & Sat 4th July

Sacred Reich + Vio-Lence @ Enigma Bar Sat 11th July (rescheduled)

Human Nature @ Festival Theatre Tues 21st July

Powerman 5000 @ The Gov Wed 23rd Sep

The Brand New Heavies + D.I.G. (Directions In Groove) @ The Gov Wed 30th Sep

Zoot @ Thebarton Theatre Fri 13th Nov
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