Producing the likes of Sia and Cold Chisel, it’s no secret that the streets of Adelaide are bustling with musical talent. Between our primo venues and killer acts, our city is home to a thriving music scene humming with masses of incredible artists and bands.
Tuning into the hoards of untapped talent, Music SA proudly presents Scouted Festival. Commanding the attention of the CBD, venues across the East End will come alive with undeniably gifted, underground musicians. The official closing event of the AIR Awards and Conference, the festival unites the music industry, fans and local artists. Food trucks, drink specials and five venues on offer, it’s shaping up to be a fantastic night especially with local faves Pirate Life Brewing, Radio Adelaide and more jumping on board.
Between a laneway stage as well as four indoor venues, it’s set to get pretty hectic at the East End this Friday. To help you make the most of Scouted Festival, we’ve outlined the full lineup of musical acts and where to find them.
Yewth Magazine Laneway Stage @ Tam O’Shanter Place
A laneway stage complete with hip-hop and indie pop and the fun-loving team from Yewth Magazine, could your Friday night really get any better? Kicking off with Wu-Tang inspired DyspOra at 5.30, the outdoor venue will keep the good tunes rolling all night long with Heaps Good Friends duo and MANE also lined up to hit the stage.
Radio Adelaide Stage @ Producer’s Bar Beer Garden
Frequently supporting and showcasing Adelaide’s underground creative scene, The Producer’s Bar boast two Scouted venues in 2017. Chill out in the laid back surrounds of their beer garden with an eclectic blend of folk, indie pop, alt-country and alt-rock taking to the Radio Adelaide Stage. Sharing the stage with Rin Mcardle’s powerful presence and Alana Jagt’s distinctive tones, local legend Timberwolf will close out the night.
Fresh 92.7 Stage @ Producer’s Bar Warehouse
Side step from the beer garden to the warehouse for yet another trio of excellent acts. Hosted by Fresh 92.7, the Producer’s warehouse will kick things up a notch with a great line-up of electronic artists. The talents of Nakatomi, Hunt and Electric Fields will collide onstage for plenty of good vibes all night long.
BSide Magazine Stage @ Crown & Anchor Front Bar
If the BSide stage’s opening act, promising SA artists Maggie Rutjens, is anything to go by then the Crown & Anchor is the place to be this Friday. Joining Maggie, the equally dreamy Ollie English and Tom West will also perform their respective blues and folky tunes.
Three D Radio Stage @ Crown & Anchor Main Room
Also taking over the Crown & Anchor, Three D Radio will host Bec Stevens, Young Offenders and Battlehounds. Each equally gifted in their passion, talent and attention demanding stage presence, this sub-lineup is not to be missed.
With an abundance on talent on show, all within walking distance from each other, Scouted Festival is the perfect excuse to dust of your dancing shoes and get to the East End this Friday.
WHERE? East End, Adelaide
WHEN? 28 JULY 2017// 17.00 – 22.00
TICKETS: $20 + bf – available here.