It's Fringe Parties Galore At The Gov

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Fresh from a UK tour, pop divas Germein play The Gov 28 February as part of Adelaide Fringe. Fresh from a UK tour, pop divas Germein play The Gov 28 February as part of Adelaide Fringe.

The Gov has plenty of Fringe goodies for you this year, with everything from art to pop to sing-along fun.

Live music, as always, is the focus for a Fringe Festival full of Gov love. Art exhibition ‘In Partnership With’ takes over the Fireplace Room from 13 February to 17 March featuring work from local artists Jane Blacket, Russell Leonard and Elise Desimoni.

Then get ready to party and groove as Shake Your Booty dishes up all of the disco goodness you need 16 February.

Multi-instrumentalist Jason Stacey and the Moonlight Shadows are bringing the dark, spooky, romantically vampiric and theatrical, hippie-Goth, dirty disco-funk 23 February. Join in rowdy choruses from across the ages at the Harmonica History Pub Singalong on 27 February and 7 March.

Gil and The Kid combines a three-piece, funk-fusion-metal band with a solo dancer ready to get you grooving 28 February and 6 March. Pop divas Germein have just wrapped up a UK tour supporting superstars Little Mix and are ready to share new music with Adelaide 28 February.

Re-live the British rock of the '60s with For Your Love 2 March; or if your musical tastes are more specific, whittle it down to the challenge between Beatles vs Stones 3 March.

If the soulful sounds of Chicago are more your thing, check out The Motown Story 9 March; or tip your hat to the First Lady of Soul with Aretha-Respect 14 March.

The Gov is located at 59 Port Road, Hindmarsh.


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