The council has been working closely with Adelaide Fringe to develop an exciting lineup of talented artists to bring their popular performances to Whyalla, with something sure to please everyone.

From local to international acts, from music to circus acts, it's Whyalla's own slice of "fringe".

The council is excited to announce the official lineup of acts performing at Whyalla’s forurth uneARTh Festival, which is a free event for the whole community.

The Scoundrels

Formed in early 2018, The Scoundrels are the product of four Whyalla/Adelaide-based guys who find cause in making reverberant noises together exploring ideas and thoughts on love, loss, life and the pursuit of well-being.

Coming off the back of a successful beginning to 2019 with singles "Sail Away" and "Ordinary Boy" doing well online and polling high on the JJJ Unearth charts, the guys have enjoyed frequent radio play on a local and intersate level reaching from Whyalla & Adelaide all the way to Canberra and Brisbane too. Combining all this with a tight, blistering live  show has seen The Scoundrels filling venues wall-to-wall with anticipation.


Frolic & Follies

The Follies are back - bigger and sparklier than ever! Serving up spectacular acts of Cabaret, Dance and so much more. Drawing inspiration from the classic Ziegfeld Follies, join us on a quest for love, through parades of sequins, feathers and jewels. A visual feast for the eyes, celebrating the female body. Let us take you on a glamorous journey of huge hits & high kicks bound to leave you dancing in your seats!




Alex Robins & Colby Krawczyk bring you 'Jackdaw". A popular local band of old friends reunited to bring you a blend of songs which have shaped music generations! Not to be missed, a show full of high energy, dynamics and banter!




Brie Ryan is an 18-year-old local Folk singer/songwriter & environmental enthusiast currently travelling around South Australia recording music, playing festivals & private functions.

Picking up a guitar in 2017, Brie has played alongside the likes of Taylor Henderson, Adrian Eagle, Maurice Amour and Ollie English.

Brie Ryan has recently travelled to Byron Bay to record her new EP with Aria Award winning producer Jordan Power who has worked with the likes of Xavier Rudd, DOPE LEMON, Skeggs and Bernard Fanning.



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