A SPECIAL 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
FREE FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY
Elder Park parties to the beat of contemporary music from across Asia to celebrate OzAsia’s 10th Anniversary! Great food from Good Fortune Market and great music from across our region. It’s different every night. So keep coming back!
Adelaide Festival Centre regrettably announces the Outdoor Concert Series performances scheduled for Friday 30 September will not go ahead due to weather. Find out more
6PM WED 21 SEP | Japanese singer-songwriter and loop pedal ninja Kenta Hayashi takes the term 'one man band' to a whole new level.
7:30PM WED 21 SEP | Ega Robot is very well known in his home country as one of Indonesia’s most prolific world music performers.
7PM THU 22 SEP | An impressive combination of dance, rhythm, grace and acrobatics, skilfully and energetically performed by this renowned Indian ensemble.
THE RAGHU DIXIT PROJECT
8PM THU 22 SEP | Often hailed as India’s biggest cultural and musical export, Raghu Dixit’s unique brand of infectious, happy music transcends age, genre and language.
6PM FRI 23 SEP | Bear witness to this delicate explosion of intimate rock and poetic lyricism.
7:45PM FRI 23 SEP | The Hong Kong four-girl band GDJYB is one of the city’s fastest rising bands.
10:45PM FRI 23 SEP | A fervent collector of sounds, Rainbow has a penchant for blending saccharine melodies and left-of-centre beats.
THE STEVE MCQUEENS
7PM SAT 24 SEP | The Steve McQueens have been winning fans around Singapore and Asia with their brand of self-styled neo-vintage soul-funk.
CHARLIE LIM & THE MOTHERSHIP
8:15 SAT 24 SEP | Enjoy a meticulously sculpted and mesmerising musical experience.
10:30PM SAT 24 SEP | Linda Marigliano is a radio presenter, TV presenter, DJ and musician.
6PM SUN 25 SEP | The relaxing pacific sounds from Papua conjure images of balmy nights, the smell of fresh air and the ocean.
RIAU RHYTHM CHAMBERS
7:30PM SUN 25 SEP | Riau Rhythm presents Suvarnadvipa, a seamless composition of nine arrangements blending inspirations from numerous ethnic and cultural sources.
FADE TO BLUE
6:30PM TUE 28 SEP | Fade to Blue pairs two performers of musical traditions from opposite ends of the world: American blues and folk and traditional Chinese music.
DANPYUNSUN AND THE SAILORS
CANCELLED| An unforgettable experience that weaves Eastern and Western musical traditions together.
CANCELLED | A seamless merging of electronic dance music with soul, often singing in the traditional language of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara people.
CANCELLED | Sydney-based, Papua New Guinea born, future-folk/soul songstress Ngaiire has cemented her place as one of Australia’s most unique and fearless artists.
8:30PM FRI 30 SEP | Old school twee and new school chillwave cuddle up together for a breezy sound that hums with green life.
5PM SAT 1 OCT | From the basement parties of Seoul, the lo-fi, distinguishable sound of Wedance packs a punch that makes it difficult to not, well… dance.
OzAsia Festival celebrates Adelaide’s designation as a UNESCO City of Music.
Adelaide joins 115 other cities in 54 countries as part of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network.
This project has been assisted by the Australian government through the ministry for the Arts' Catalyst–Australian Arts and Culture Fund.