Groove Terminator and the Soweto Gospel Choir's History of House

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1 Venue

The Moa at Gluttony - Rymill Park

Rymill Park / Mullawirraburka, Corner of East Terrace and Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

PG

Other Warnings:

Loud noises, Smoke Effects

Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
  • 2020 Weekly Award Winner
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About this event

Following on from 4 huge sellout shows last season with House 5 Comes Alive, ARIA-nominated DJ Groove Terminator makes a triumphant return to Adelaide Fringe. This time GT teams up with 3x Grammy winners the Soweto Gospel Choir for 'History of House': an exhilarating journey through the history of dance music. From Donna Summer to Daft Punk, GT & Soweto Gospel Choir deliver a history lesson like you've never experienced before - a sweat-inducing, dancefloor-exploding celebration of dance music through the decades, reimagined & reignited.

"This is no ordinary DJ set... It's an inspired concept. Along with some vintage video graphics on the rear screen, the choir, the dancing, the club lighting, the euphoric joyousness - all add up to something really special." - Ian Bell, Hi-Fi Way Adelaide

The Saturday 14th of March 2:20pm performance is an all ages event, half the volume and suitable for families.

Please note: The evening performances on Saturday 7th March, Sunday 8th March, Friday 13th March and Saturday 14th March have changed times from 10:20pm to 10:35pm since the Adelaide Fringe Guide was printed. This means they will now run from 10:35pm to 12:15am 


Please note: The 2:20pm performance on Saturday 14th March has changed duration from 90 minutes to 65 minutes since the Adelaide Fringe Guide was printed. 

Presented by:
Gluttony

Gluttony is a vibrant, quirky, popular outdoor hub - a festival within a festival at the Adelaide Fringe. Gluttony has been running since 2011 getting bigger every year, with a focus on being an arts hub.

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