|HOT DUB TIME MACHINE|
Saturday 16 January 2021 3:00pm & 8:00pm
|“A show that has turned Sydney DJ Tom Loud into an international music phenomenon.” – The Australian|
Hot Dub Time Machine showcases songs from every decade and genre of music – 60s rock, 70s disco, 80s cheese, 90s house, noughties electro, 2017’s radio hits – and winds and weaves it into one expansive, electrifying, music history lesson. Each song is played in chronological order – mixed live on turntables – and complemented with archival concert footage / music videos on massive screens (narrated by a virtual spaceship air hostess), led by Hot Dub’s own rapturous MCing and hugely animated antics.
Hot Dub Time Machine consistently delivers stellar live performances that are near impossible not to enjoy. He pinpoints the happiest moments of your partying days past, and re-creates those moments to perfection for you all over again; intertwining them with the right here and the right now – in the most exhilarating way possible. His party is forever entertaining, and will surely go on for years to come.
|TONES AND I |
Saturday 17 October 8:00pm
|Global breakout artist Tones And I has announced a triple j supported national Australia tour following a record breaking 2019.|
Tones And I made chart history when she became the first artist to spend 24 weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with her global smash Dance Monkey. Since its release in May 2019, the hit single has reached #1 in 30 countries; including a record breaking run of 11 weeks at #1 in the UK.
The 2019 ARIA Awards was a massive night for the rising star. The most nominated artist of the year with 8 nominations, Tones And I took home 4 ARIAs: Breakthrough Artist, Best Pop Act, Best Independent Release and Best Female Artist; an incredible achievement for someone who was busking and living out of a van at the end of 2018.
THEBBY THROWBACK THURSDAY
Since 1960, the Adelaide Festival of Arts has brought the world’s greatest artists to Adelaide and established SA as the Festival State. Thebarton Town Hall was initially deemed inadequate to host the artistic legends due to the grim atmosphere and poor facilities, which were mainly as a result of its wrestling reputation. However, as a result of Weslo’s development in the 1980s, Thebby has been a premier venue for the Festival’s artists including:
★ The Theatre of Pina Bausch Kontakthof – 1982
★ Sky – 1984
★ The Guinness Celebration of Irish Music – 1986
★ Japan’s Spectacular Bhuto Dancers: Sankai Juku – 1988
★ Christy Moore – 1990
★ Downtown Explosion: Bang On A Can Allstars – 1996
★ Ex Machina: The Seven Streams of the River Ota – 1998
and many more!