Starting August 8th its a return of Wednesday night DJs….We have a local resident DJ who will be playing all your favorite tracks from jukebox music to your modern fav’s.There is free pool from 8pm till midnight as well with two tables on the go for some light banter plus drink specials thru out the night …Pop in for a few cheeky hump day brews and enjoy the night.
Head down to The Astor this Sunday to join The Astor crew. While they listen to some classic hits from the Classic Hits Band
Join organist Colin Andrews for a entertaining FREE lunchtime organ concert. Colin Andrews is musician of great versatility, power and artistry. He has toured worldwide both as a solo performer and in ensemble concerts. From family-friendly pieces to beautiful organ works, there’s a little bit of magic for everyone. Free Concert. All Welcome. No bookings required.
Kate Moore String Quartet no 3* (Premiere Season)Beethoven String Quartet op 18 no 4Brahms String Quartet op 51 no 1 Subscribe to ASQ+ to enjoy cheaper tickets, the best seats, free concert programs and more! A young man brimming with confidence and sure of a bright future: this is Beethoven at the time of creating his first string quartets. His opus 18 no 4 is quicksilver in its variety of moods and characters, thoroughly conveying both technical mastery and compelling artistic personality. Seventy years later, Brahms displayed a devotion to chamber music that went against the spirit of his times. But like an artist who works in mezzotint rather than forging grand canvases, Brahms some of the most sublime and intimate creations that the world had ever heard. His first string quartet is the glorious flowering of his cultivated technique and searching artistry. These masterworks are complemented by a new work from young Australian composer Kate Moore, also inspired by a fascination with the natural world. *Commissioned by the Australian String Quartet through the Australian String Quartet Richard Divall Australian Music Fund.
The ultimate stair climb returns to Adelaide Oval on Sunday 16 June! Tickets now on sale! Adelaide Oval has celebrated international recognition as a truly world-class sporting stadium, concert venue and home to South Australia’s biggest stair climb! Climb your way up, down and around 6,000 stairs in this fun and unique challenge (short and junior course option also available). There will be rest stops (pick a seat!), drink stations and music playing to keep you focused and pumped. Get ready Adelaide! If you’re looking to step your fitness, have fun and try something new, take on Stadium Stomp in 2019. Event categories, now with more stairs than ever:Full Course (6000 stairs, 12 yrs+)Short Course (1000 stairs, 12 yrs+)Junior Stomp (1000 stairs, 5-11yrs)Stomp Unlimited (unlimited stairs, 12 yrs+)
‼️ NEW SHOW ‼️👉 Diesel Music on his Give Me Saturday Night Solo Tour📅 SAT 24th AugustWho is else keen for this show? 🎟➡️ https://goo.gl/EnuohJ Diesel is celebrating 30 years in music with a newly curated collection of songs. The new album 30 – The Greatest Hits is out now and features 14 Top 40 hits, including Tip Of My Tongue, Come To Me and Soul Revival… plus the new song, Give Me Saturday Night. Continuing to light up Saturday Nights on this special 30th anniversary tour, Diesel has now added a bunch of solo shows to his Give Me Saturday Night National Tour. Don’t miss Diesel performing a ‘best of’ collection of tracks in solo mode in venues across the country.
Ives String Quartet no 1 From the Salvation ArmyNigel Westlake String Quartet no 3* (World Premiere)Debussy String Quartet op 10 Subscribe to ASQ+ for cheaper tickets, the best seats, free concert programs and more! The music of Charles Ives is made of pictures from a long-lost America, depicted with such vivid immediacy that they seem absolutely alive. Through the magic lantern of his musical imagery, this New England world appears like a nostalgic dream – white-painted churches in autumn forests filled with congregations joyously chanting hymns and spirituals. Not dissimilar to the inquisition that Ives undertakes, Claude Debussy’s quest to liberate sensuality led to a revolution in French musical identity. His string quartet replaces rigid thematic structures with a free flow of colours, motifs and gestures in the search for melodic rapture, realising his decadent dictum, ‘Pleasure is the Law.’ The vibrant colour and energy for which Nigel Westlake is renowned make his eagerly-awaited new work a splendid companion to Debussy and Ives. *Commissioned by the Australian String Quartet with generous support from Carl Wood, and Don and Veronica Aldridge.