Grenadiers, Abbey Howlett, God God Dammit Dammit, Hummingbird, Surviving Sharks, Lizzie Bradley music, Nakatomi, Pat Tierney Music, Sounds Like Winter, Alana Jagt, Babes Are Wolves, Reilly Fitzalan, The Violet Crams, Tom Redwood Music, Sweet Anarchy
Dave Graney ‘n’ The Coral Snakes, Brendan Gallagher, King Curly, Prawnhead, Jimmy Mountain, Melody Moko, Cosmo Thundercat, Ben Searcy, Tara Carragher, Susan Lily, JP Coe & The Delegates, AP D’Antonio, Chiara La Woo, Liam Gerner, Adelaide Ukulele Appreciation Society
Thom Lion & The Tamers, Jen Lush, Jimmy Meegan, Kylie Brice Music, Ollie English, Trent Worley, The Coconut Kids, James Hickey, The Bitter Darlings, Frankie Starling, Donnarumma
Archie Roach is a man of few words. But when he speaks, or sings, those words lift you up, transport you and humble you. Archie Roach will be performing songs from his new album “Let Love Rule” at Semaphore Music Festival, St Bede’s Church, Semaphore on Monday 3 October with support by Corey Theatre.
$49.80 Adult, $44.30 Concession
Strictly Limited Seating
Through 22 years of continuous touring and word of mouth, Scottish / Irish / Australian band The BordererS have become the most successful & entertaining Celtic / Rock / Country / Roots band in Australia, and after recording and playing with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, even Tom Jones and Julia Gillard have booked the band.
Rohan Powell and Walk the Line present ‘Songs of The Highwaymen Show’, with a set of Country Classics to melt your heart.