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Sun, 17 Jul 2022, 1:00PM

Dates

17 Jul 2022

Times

Sun, 17 Jul 2022, 1:00PM

Venue

Wallaroo (Narungga Country)

Suitability

All Ages

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Enjoy a family-friendly musical feast as Adelaide Guitar Festival brings a town-wide music event to the seaside paradise of Yorke Peninsula’s Wallaroo. Why not spend your weekend exploring the white sandy beaches, rich history, and exceptional seafood of the Copper Coast while you’re there! Find out about our town-wide event in Edithburgh on 16 July. 

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1pm - 2pm | The Boatshed
Nathan May
1pm - 2pm | Sailing Club
Nigel Wearne
2pm - 3pm | Bond Store
Tasman Guitar Duo
2pm - 3pm | Sailing Club
Glenn Skuthorpe
3pm - 4pm | Cornucopia Hotel
Stefan Hauk
3pm - 4pm | Prince Edward Hotel
Kelly Menhennett
4pm - 5pm | Bond Store
Mike Bevan & Alain Valodze
4pm - 5pm | Wallaroo Town Hall 
Lucie Thorne & The Yearlings
5pm - 6pm | Wallaroo Town Hall 
Tenzin Choegyal
6pm - 7pm | Wallaroo Town Hall 
George & Noriko
7pm - 8pm | Cornucopia Hotel
After Party: The Yorke Band

MORE ABOUT OUR ARTISTS:
 
Nathan MayMulti-talented singer-songwriter Nathan May descends from the Arabana and Yawuru clans. His style comes out of Country and Folk roots, and puts a nice story telling style to a range of his music.

Nigel Wearne: Nigel Wearne saunters after dark in the music of the night, blending blues, folk and Americana. Hailing from Gunditjmara country in south-west Victoria, he melds finger-style guitar, 'up'-hammer banjo and honest storytelling rooted in the Australian landscape.

Tasman Guitar Duo: Incredible young classical musicians, Caleb Lavery-Brook and Megan Robson.

Glenn Skuthorpe: Glenn Skuthorpe is a powerful lyricist and composer who gives voice to those whose stories must be heard, prepare for an infusion of genres with vibes of urban street blues to open plains and wide open skies.

Stefan HaukStefan Hauk is one of Australia's brightest young Blues Rock artists.

Kelly Menhennett: Kelly is a national award-winning singer-songwriter of the soul/roots/alt-country variety, a captivating live performer and a voice once compared to a cross between Erma Franklin and Etta James.

Mike Bevan: Mike Bevan specializes in jazz and Brazilian guitar whose music has been described as ‘sublime and romantic’. 

Alain Valodze: Alain Valodze is an expressive Flamenco guitarist playing music of ‘haunting beauty and buoyant rhythm’. 

Lucie Thorne
: Lucie Thorne has earned her place as one of Australia's most striking contemporary songsmiths. With twelve releases to her name and a prodigious touring schedule, she continues to carve out an extraordinary creative career.

The Yearlings: The Yearlings have been carving their place into the Australian alternative country music landscape; oozing with chilled roots vibes and beautiful melodies.

Tenzin Choeyal: Grammy nominated musician Tenzin continues to bring together the two worlds of Eastern and Western music in unique compositions and collaborations.

George & Noriko: The blending of amazing Nashville style blues and traditional Japanese instrument, the Shamisen. 

The Yorke Band: Formed in 2015, The Yorke Band met while studying at Adelaide University's Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music and have grown into one of YP’s greatest musical success stories.

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Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre