Great Music Events in South Australia in 2020
South Australia has some superb live music events coming up in 2020 that will suit all tastes. If you happen to live in or around Adelaide, Gawler, Mount Gambier, or Whyalia then there is some great entertainment heading your way in the New Year.
If you and your friends fancy a group day out to any of these wonderful events then why not let CoachHire look after all your transportation worries. Then all you have to do is to sit back and really enjoy your day.
Kingston SE Foreshore Festival
04 Jan 2020
Make your way to the foreshore in front of the iconic Cape Jaffa Lighthouse that overlooks the stunning Lacepede Bay.
It is not just a great music event there will also be great entertainment on hand and as always the night sky will be lit up with a fantastic fireworks display.
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival
07 Feb 2020
Already highly anticipated the fabulous St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is back in 2020. All the musical activities will be around Hart’s Mill and bands appearing are, Charli XCX, Ruel, Earl Sweatshirt, Ocean Alley, DMA’s, The Lizard Wizard, and The Chats.
As well as always there will be plenty of great music as well as food, entertainment and other activities to indulge in.
Sounds by the River
11 Jan 2020
Why not head down to the Mary Ann Reserve in early January to enjoy music by the famous Murray River.
Already the bands that have been confirmed for this highly popular event are, Hunters & Collectors, James Reyne, The Living End, The Angels, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi, and Boom Crash Opera.
14 Feb - 15 Mar 2020
Not strictly a music festival the Adelaide Fringe does have some spectacular live performances to enjoy. The festival takes over Adelaide and the surrounding areas for 31 magical days and nights and there really is something for everybody.
2020 heralds the festival’s 60th anniversary and it is really the best time to visit Adelaide if you have never been before.
Venues big and small pop up all over the place to play host to the thousands of entertainers that descend on the city during Fringe. Whether it is a street corner or a laundromat do not be surprised to see something going on.
The best thing about Adelaide Fringe is that is a not-for-profit festival, and anybody who wants to take part is warmly welcomed.