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Adelaide Entertainment & Night Life

On most nights of the week musical entertainment in Adelaide can be found in many of Adelaide great hotels and bars.

Rundle Street East
 is a busy place with 9 hotels in the area with many of them featuring bands on the weekends.


Where: Exeter Hotel - Rundle Street East









PJ O'Briens
a popular Irish style hotel on East Terrace Adelaide has something different with a popular comedy night Tuesdays.
Local Adelaide Bands are on Friday and Saturday nights

The Queens Head HotelEntertainment in North Adelaide is comprehensive as there are 13 Hotels located acrooss the suburb.

Bands are regular features in most of the hotels
The Lion Hotel in Melbourne street has bands and Djs (weekends & some week nights), and The Royal Oak Hotel in O'Connell Street has bands on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday nights with DJ's on Thursday and Friday nights.
Royal Oak Hotel - North Adelaide
Maxwell's Tip: Lucifer's Lounge is very popular the The Royal Oak on Tuesday nights.. Be Early to avoid the line up!!

The Royal Oak Hotel also has a movie night on Mondays.

The renovated Caledonian Hotel at the northern tip of O'Connell street North Adelaide has dj's and bands on the weekend nights.

The renovated National Bank building is a trendy up market bar called "The Bank" and it has bands & dj entertainment most nights. along with a good selection of fine beers and wines.

A short walk west up Tynte Street will get you to the Daniel O'Connell Irish Pub, at 165 Tynte St North Adelaide. This fine old hotel has a large very popular restaurant to the rear overlooking a magnificent 150 year old Pepper Tree, and there are bands in the front bar on the weekends.

The Dan can also provide dining on it's upstairs balcony. The wine list is outstanding.

Around the corner from the western end of Tynte Street is Peter & Polly Howell's historic Wellington Hotel located in Wellington Square, North Adelaide. Freshly renovated with 30 Australian beers on tap.
There is a band at "The Welly" on friday nights and this hotel has a great outlook onto Wellington Square and is an ideal place for an evening meal while you watch the sunset and the world go by.
Website www.wellingtonhotel.com.au


The Governor Hindmarsh - A Top Venue in Adelaide for Bands
Location: Port Road across from The Adelaide Entertainment Center.
This is about a 8-10 minute Taxi ride from the Adelaide G.P.O. and about a five minute trip by car from North Adelaide.

Most Fridays and Saturdays the back room at the Governor Hindmarsh is alive with the sounds of top Australian and International music and performers. There are smaller bands and solo performers in the front bar. Later on Friday night around 9pm it is folk music night.

Ronnie Teheny


 

 

 

Ronnie Teheny performed her new show "Decalogue" at the Gov to a packed room on Saturday February 4th 2006Ronnie Teheny

 

Ronnie who left Adelaide about 10 years ago to work in Europe comes back to Australia once a year to catch up with family and friends in Adelaide and also at Edithburgh on the Yorke Peninsula.

 

 

Ronnie TehenyI was one of the lucky ones to see her very entertaining and amazing one woman show.

Ronnie Taheny Website
: www.ronnietaheny.com

This Page last updated February 7th 2006
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