2016 is almost upon us (we’re also wondering where 2015 went), which means a new year of our favourite artists are touring Adelaide. While we were once a city most acts forwent on their Australian tours, this doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. We may have lost events like Future Music Festival and Soundwave, but in their place comes a massive lineup of bands, artists, DJs and producers performing in Adelaide throughout the year. Not to mention the addition of new live music venue Fat Controller with an all-star lineup of acts.
Get your diaries out, because we’ve compiled a list of the acts currently announced for Adelaide next year.
Old Adelaide Gaol
Boy & Bear
St Jeromes Laneway Festival
Harts Mills Port
The Common Kings
We The Kings
City & Colour
City Calm Down
+ More to come!
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