Sing Australia: Songs of Australia

Music • Site Specific
South Australia
Sing Australia is a national network of choirs and this Adelaide Fringe our Glenelg group will be presenting a concert of songs about Australia or written by Australians with a few favourite singalong songs thrown in! Set in the stunning grounds of Cleland National Park you can meet a Potoroo or two!

Concert ticket does not allow entry into the park during opening hours but you can visit the park before the concert with the purchase of park entry. You can bring a picnic dinner along to the event and there will be a pop-up bar and café. No BYO alcohol is allowed.

A perfect way to spend the evening in the Adelaide Hills!

Led by Chris Bills with Emma Knights as accompanist on the 1st of March and Michelle Nightingale with Angela Turner as accompanist on the 6th of March.  

Please note: Due to the weather forecast for Friday 6th March, this event will now occur in the Cafe. It is still OK to bring picnic food. A bar and coffee are available in the Cafe.

Presented by: Sing Australia

When you join a Sing Australia group, you are welcomed with open arms and ears to sing in any way you are able. We believe that singing is for everybody who has a voice – it s a primal expression connecting us to each other, our history, our stories, our struggles, our memories and our future hopes. Every voice is beautiful and is cherished in Sing Australia. Studies have shown that singing releases endorphins that can give us energy and lower stress levels and that singing together contributes to our experience of wellbeing, social inclusion and connection. Your Sing Australia group connects you to others in your community, giving you the opportunity to build new friendships and support networks.

This event has had a time and duration change since the Adelaide Fringe Guide was printed.