Adelaide Festival has announced its 2019 program, complete with an eclectic music lineup featuring the likes of Tim Minchin, Sarah Blasko, Washington, Augie March and ex-Dinosaur Jr. frontman J Mascis.
Next year’s event will also feature performances from the likes of Brooklyn rockers They Might Be Giants, R&B pop act Rhye, post-rock trio The Necks, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Melbourne folksters The Paper Kites.
Jazz and improv musicians James Morrison, Paul Grabowsky and Kram will perform as The Others, Irish cabaret star Camille O’Sullivan will pay tribute to the music of Nick Cave and Paul Kelly will perform with Seraphim Trio, James Ledger and Alice Keath for ‘Thirteen Ways to Look at Birds’.
Adelaide Festival will return in March 2019. View the music lineup below, and the full program at the Adelaide Festival website.
Adelaide Festival 2019 Music Lineup
Tim Minchin: BACK
Camille O’Sullivan: Cave
Tribute to Ruby Hunter: Emma Donovan and The Putbacks
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
The Others: Paul Grabowsky, James Morrison, Kram
The Paper Kites
They Might Be Giants
Thirteen Ways to Look at Birds: Paul Kelly, Seraphim Trio, James Ledger and Alice Keath
National Geographic: Symphony for Our World
Mahler Chamber Orchestra
Sretensky Monastery Choir
Forces of Nature: Richard Tognetti, violin; Erin Helyard, fortepiano
Susan Graham: In recital with pianist Craig Terry
Trio Mediaeval: With trumpeter Arve Henriksen
Late Night in the Cathedral: The Tears of St Peter – Adelaide Chamber Singers
Natalie Clein: With pianist Katya Apekisheva
Adelaide Festival 2019
Friday, 1st — Sunday, 17th March
Various Venues, Adelaide
Tickets: Official Website