Tag: UNESCO City of Music

Music in the square returns

The music of original artists resounded around Hindmarsh Square in Adelaide’s business district on Thursday lunchtime. This collaboration between Adelaide City Council and Music SA offers up and coming local musicians a platform for their creativity and provides entertainment for city workers. First up for the season, Diamond Skies’ tight harmonies floated over the square

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A weekend of music

It’s often the East Coast cities of Australia, Sydney and Melbourne, that claim the heart of the Australian music scene, so it may come as a surprise that Adelaide is the country’s only UNESCO Creative Cities City of Music. The award is no doubt based upon Adelaide’s hosting of Womadelaide, Australia’s world music festival each

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Hart’s Mill and hay bales

Semaphore Music Festival, Hart's Mill stage

Semaphore Music Festival 2018 Over the Labour Day (first Monday in October) long weekend Adelaide’s quirkiest suburb Semaphore hosts its annual music festival. The seaside suburb is situated towards the northern end of Adelaide’s 30 km of  beaches and is a popular destination with a vibrant local culture. With its working class roots, Semaphore has

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