A bumper Nexus Live Arts program has been announced with international acts set to join local talent on Friday evenings from April 17 to May 15.
The multicultural platform will cover various music genres, providing something for everyone with UK producer Beat Spacek and Kiwi DJ Julien Dyne among the headliners.
This year’s line-up is supercharged with soul performers with Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, Oscar Key Sung and Banoffee all returning to Radelaide after recent Fringe commitments.
British soul sister Kylie Auldist and her band The Glenroy Allstars have been named, while acclaimed pianist Paul Grabowsky will play on the same night as the Gian Slater Trio.
Triple ARIA award-winner Joseph Tawadros and his quartet will kick things off on opening night, before virtuosos Jay Dabgar and Adrian McNeil take the stage.
Local group Swimming and underground producer Inkswel will also perform at the Nexus Multicultural Arts Centre, which is located behind Fowler’s on North Terrace, in the coming weeks.
For full program and ticket information, head here.
Pictured: Emma Donovan & The Putbacks