After a 2-year hiatus, City of Charles Sturt today announced the return of Coastal Sounds – a much-loved free event featuring live music along a 10km of Adelaide’s coastline – to be held on the public holiday Monday 12 June.
Arguably Adelaide’s longest music event (for distance), Coastal Sounds features 17 live performances in 8 beautiful beachside locations in West Beach, Henley Beach, Grange, Semaphore Park’s Point Malcolm Reserve including a closing sunset session on the Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club deck overlooking the coast.
The unique music event supported by the City of Charles Sturt’s Live and Local grants program invites people to enjoy the beach in winter with an afternoon of intimate performances from new, emerging, and established artists. With no stages or speakers, each act will share their music with the coast as their backdrop in 8 selected walkways, reserves, shelters, and amphitheatres stretching along Adelaide’s shoreline.
The family-friendly winter music event is as eclectic as it is long, with a diverse program of music styles with artist ages represented ranging from 16 to 80+.
Coastal Sounds full line up
- Ella and Sienna
- Naomi Keyte
- Adam Page
- Nat Luna
- Heath Weber
- Adelaide Ukulele Appreciation society
- Elizabeth Ruyi
- Les Gitans Blanc
- Angela Tripodi
- Zooma Zooma duo – Julian Ferraretto and Anthony Leppa
- Molfettese singing Group
- InU Choir
- Park Choir with Deborah Brennan
- Kelly Menhennett
- Alannah Wood – Henley High School
- CNK – Henley High School
- Guru Dudu Silent Disco Tours