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Brazil Nut Orchestra - 2:30pm
Brazil Nuts seems like the smallest orchestra in the world. However these two guys make the concert happen. Felipe (singer/acoustic guitar) and Gustavo (double bass) met each other for the first time in Adelaide but are both from Sao Paulo - Brazil. The passion for music made their different approaches and backgrounds join together into a mix of 50s and 60s songs, classical music and Brazilian songs.
Diamond Skies - 5pm
Diamond Skies are a six-piece folk pop band from Adelaide consisting of Lucas Sly, Lauren Koopowitz, Erin Moller, Caspar Hawksley, Lenny Regione and Miles Sly. With a sound influenced across myriad genres, from folk to R&B, Diamond Skies are underlined by a shared love of harmonies, and an energetic and lively rhythmic bed. Telling stories of longing and love, of growing through experiences, treasuring friendships and travelling through life’s journey, Diamond Skies’ songs are personal and yet relatable.
Dragon Mill Fire Show - 8:50pm
Dragon Mill - School of Fire Art, is a place to learn the Arts surrounding Fire Performance. An environment to learn and progress at any skill level in disciplines pertaining to fire art; Poi, Staff, Hoop, and more. Lead by Tim Goddard (Timmehtek), who is internationally acclaimed as one of the top Poi Spinners in the world.
Eloise Green Hula Queen - 7:30pm
Eloise Green is a physical theatre, comedy and circus artist who has worked with Circus Oz as M.C. and acrobat, performed at the London National Theatre and toured to eighty three arts festivals in sixteen countries with companies, cabarets and her own duo and solo shows.
Kelly Menhennet - 12:30pm
Kelly Menhennett’s distinctive voice quiets the most crowded of bars and street corners all around the world. Her mix of alt-country, blues, and ballads will leave every audience craving more.
Kuma Kaaru - 2pm
Kuma Kaaru Aboriginal Dance Group means One Blood in Kaurna language, the group represents many Aboriginal groups and are a family group to empower their mob.
La Bomba & Sambatuka - 4pm
La Bomba's diverse crew of performers reflect how LATIN DANCE appeals to all cultures boasting a multicultural mix hailing from Brazil, Chile, Cuba, El Salvador, Colombia, the Philippines, Italy and Australia! Dancing to the incredible beats of Sambatuka - Brazilian samba and batucada drumming ensemble, they fire up the party!
PLAYBACK - 8pm
The 80's are back! Immerse yourself in a time when velvet scrunchies, double denim and giant shoulder pads were all the rage. Take this acid washed trip down memory lane following six characters on a night out. Dancing to top pop tracks of the decade, throwing back to iconic music video moments inspired by jazz, lyrical and commercial dance. Press play on a show with big hair, bold moves and a whole lot of fun to make you wanna bust a move!
The Young And The Wrestlers - 6:30pm
Mix surf music with spaghetti western themes and some other eclectic musical curios and you have Instropunk … brought to you by The Young and the Wrestlers.