59 Port Rd
Hindmarsh WA 5007
A humble McHugh, Bromley and Braybrooke took to the stage at the Governor Hindmarsh for the second to last time, and treated their Adelaide fans to a two-hour mix-bag set filled with all of our favourites.
Nicky Bomba has thankfully returned to Adelaide and brought a glimpse of summer through a taste of the Carribean. The Gov was filled with punters keen to escape the freezing cold and dance the night away.
Lanie Lane’s Bangity Bang Tour kicked off with a sold out show at The Gov as part of her national tour. The scene was set for a night of catchy blues and roots to be enjoyed with your fellow cowboy or cowgirl.
An unexpected return of balmy, summer weather was perfectly timed for the long awaited return of Xavier Rudd to Adelaide in a pair of shows at the Gov.
Nattily dressed in hats and suits reminiscent of the gangsters of yesteryear, Lucky Seven celebrated their eighth birthday in style with their entertaining brand of jazz and swing.
The Gov was filled with smiling, happy, dancing people when Grouplove brought their high energy pop/folk tunes to a sold out crowd for their first Adelaide show.
The Angels return to the live scene in Adelaide with Screaming Jets frontman Dave Gleeson out front, much to the distaste of original Angels singer Doc Neeson.
Another sold out gig at The Gov.
Hump Day, Adelaide; we welcome our Sultan and his Gow.
On the 10th of July Clare Bowditch and Lanie Lane stopped by the Governor Hindmarsh in Adelaide and treated her fans to an intimate and highly theatrical show.
On the eve of their relocation to the USA, Miami Horror brought their Summersun tour to Adelaide's Governor Hindmarsh venue where a near sold out crowd gathered to bask in their summery tunes, hoping to bring a bit of warmth to the bitterly cold night
Tim Rogers hardly needs an introduction charming the pants of the small but loyal crowd.
Van Dyke Parks and Kinky Friedman turned back the clock in an eccentric but entertaining show for an older audience at the Gov.
On paper, Myles Mayo, Joelistics, and Lowrider form a very promising line-up. Add the excitement of technical difficulties, live freestyle rap and an onstage marriage proposal and you have yourself one hell of an entertaining night!
They’re not little. Or Red. But they are Little Red. And they’re here to start a revolution. Hipsters Unite.