The Nexus 
Multicultural
 Arts
 Centre Adelaide 
Launches 
World
 Music 
Series

Carla Lippis
Image Courtesy of Carla Lippis and the Martial Hearts

The Nexus 
Multicultural
 Arts
 Centre in Adelaide will be presenting a series of Friday night world music events over the next three months celebrating diverse contemporary music from local, national and international acts. The night will feature the best in 
blues, 
flamenco, 
classical, 
rock, 
funk
, folk and more and aims to celebrate some of the lesser know musical gems Adelaide has to offer.

The regular Friday nights will kick off this Friday with “Ban Dance” featuring country, folk and rock from Max Savage and the False Idols, The Bakers Digest and Carla Lippis and the Martial Hearts (above). Timber and Steel readers should also check out Banjo Jackson and Golonka! (21st September), Chris Finnen and Cal Williams Jr (12th October) and Le Vent du Nord (19th October) although every one of these nights looks spectacular.

Tickets are $15 with more information available at the official Nexus World Music web site. The full list of dates and performers are below:

Friday 7th September – Max Savage and the False Idols, The Bakers Digest and Carla Lippis and the Martial Hearts
Friday 14th September – Aloysious Leeson, Mike Bevan (Caliente) and Doug de Vries
Friday 21st September – Banjo Jackson and Golonka
Friday 28th September – The Atlantic Street Band and Marmalade Circus
Friday 5th October – Josh Bennett and Jay Dabgar
Friday 12th October – Chris Finnen and Cal Williams jr.
Friday 19th October – Le Vent du Nord with Louise Blackwell.
Friday 26th October – Alex Tsiboulski and Akoustic Odyssey
Friday 2nd November – Sufi Soul and Luminaria
Friday 9th November – Wouter Kellerman
Friday 16th November – Bortier Okoe (Afro Soul), Organic Roots and DJ Earthshaker
Friday 23rd November – A night of traditional and contemporary Persian music featuring a diverse range of Persian artists.
Friday 30th November – Afro Oz Musica

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2 Comments

  1. September 7, 2012 at 16:03

    [...] – The Nexus 
Multicultural
 Arts
 Centre in Adelaide are presenting a series of Friday night concerts as part of the World Music Series. First up this Friday is Max Savage and the False Idols, The Bakers Digest and Carla Lippis and the Martial Hearts. Details here [...]

  2. NO War said,

    October 26, 2013 at 15:56

    Banjo Jackson was GREAT to put on a VERY FINE performance at a free-for-all Homeless Festival in Whitmore Square Thursday 17th October 2013.
    Certainly some of the best fest music we’ve ever heard.
    Especially Banjo voices very well-pronounced lyrics to accompany his rock-steady strum and drum with thumb on acoustic guitar.
    Go Banjo Go


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