80'S BABY & why wiggle - unearth hq, patterson st


Amelia from Unsung on Friday night has a smaller set for a smaller audience!

It's the sing-along, dance-along, pop-palooza for little people! If you're under five and love to jive, join Adelaide's own cabaret darling (and new Mum) Amelia Ryan, as she bops and bounces for babies, tots and tikes. With musical maestro Michael Griffiths on the keys, you'll go to Funkytown, do the Locomotion and even Walk Like An Egyptian at this retro-party where both Girls AND Boys Just Wanna Have Fun!

From vintage Play School classics, to the disco favs that will get Mum and Dad's groove on, plus a few current kids hits snuck in for good measure, you'll be on your feet from start to finish at 80s Baby! 

a street affair - city plaza patterson street


You can once again enjoy a street party on the main street! With open shops, stalls, food and music there is something for everyone.


amazing drumming monkeys

middleback arts centre - 11am

Australia’s favourite family puppet show is coming to the Middleback Arts Centre. The Amazing Drumming Monkeys have been wowing audiences around Australia and internationally for the past 17 years.

Although the show is for little kids, it has something for everyone. Cute & funny monkeys for kids, hilarious comedy for adults, funky live drumming for all ages, and a message for the world. Kids and parents will be laughing, dancing and drumming together! It’s a fantastic show.

luckysam's FRINGE family FAVOURITES

old girl guide hall - 11am - 6pm

Luckysam’s Fringe Family Favourites, featuring a rolling cast of shows from award winning, absolute stand-out acts from the world of Fringe, an extravaganza of Circus, Comedy and Music! Alongside some hand picked local favourites with theatre, music, magic and more! 

This years visiting acts include the comedy and musical mayhem of Mr Snot Bottom, Eloise Green Hula Queen with her ‘laugh out loud’ Hula Hoop show all about love, international circus superstar Mr Spin & all the way from the UK Pandora Pink with a show that certainly stacks up.

the bait fridge - old civic library - jessop white park

11am - 6pm

The Bait Fridge is a multidisciplinary collective of hooligans who transform spaces through a spontaneous combustion of colour, sound and movement.

A chaos of raw action, colour, costume and community creates the nucleus for the ever transforming realm of The Bait Fridge. The manipulators of this wet, hyper colourful landscape are bound to no laws, except to keep evolving the space visually, socially and sonically. If the environment is not constantly in flux...it will die.

the mini music fest - ROOPENA


Paper Sunsets finally get their shot at the uneARTh Festival due to last year's 'hiccup' and are back with an incredible support line-up of local bands including Jackdaw, Brie Ryan and Jones and the Buzzkill

PAPER SUNSENTS: A positive and infatuating style of music, the group immediately impacted strongly on the music scene in 2018 with their support slot for comedy trio Aunty Donna’s album tour and their singles, “Heartbreak” and “Wild at Heart”. Alternative versions of these songs are available with Japanese lyrics, an innovative idea seldom associated with other Australian bands.

Their recent EP, “VOA” expands the band’s style by combining groovy instrumental riffs, ambient pop synths and infatuating hook lyrics, delivered with the familiar energy known to band, as is especially evident in their stage presence in their live shows.

Purchase tickets right here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/mini-music-festival-tickets-141923632405

Kevin Kropinyeri Goes Talkabout - mac


Rapidly becoming a national treasure, Kev is one of Australia’s premier comedians. A proud Ngarrindjeri man, he has experienced challenges, failures and successes. In this heart-warmingly humble and hilarious hour, Kev opens up the book on his colourful and checkered past, brings his own truth, and his comedy A-game!

With his high energy, sharp, charming, silly and measured onstage antics, you will laugh like you have never laughed before!

“‘You’re in for a deadly show’ Kropinyeri promises. And you know what, he’s not wrong…” Broadway World.

Purchase tickets here: https://middleback.countryarts.org.au/event/166:21959/166:152685/



Helpless - The Songs Of Neil Young


HELPLESS will be coming to the MAC stage as part of the 2021 uneARTh Festival with their much-loved tribute to the songs of Neil Young.

The band pays homage to some of Neil Young’s most celebrated songs. Expect arrangements that hold true to the original works: four part harmonies, banjos, wailing guitars, harmonicas – no mimicry, just genuine passion for timeless music.

Here’s what some of our fans think:

“Great night. Closest thing to hearing Neil live. Great big guitar sounds and the whole band rocking out as well as harmonies and even the banjo! Highly recommended. Well done Helpless.”

“Please do this again. Very talented musicians doing justice to an iconic musician.”

“Absolutely terrific show everyone go if you get the chance.”

“Great show, yet again. Word has obviously got around of just how good you are.”

Purchase tickets here: https://www.countryarts.org.au/events/helpless-the-songs-of-neil-young-unearth-festival-2021/venue/middleback-arts-centre/

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