Sundown, Sundown - A graphic illustration of a pale blue and turquoise silhouette of a guitar on an orange background, with a dark orange sun and rays, white clouds and a blue and white boat.

Sundown, Sundown

Live curated music experiences aboard The Popeye featuring a handpicked selection of South Australian artists, every Wednesday evening during Fringe. Audiences will be treated to a breathtakingly intimate performance and a nostalgic river cruise as the sun sets over Karrawirra Parri. 


Feb 21: The Yearlings
Feb 28: Tilly Tjala Thomas
Mar 6: Wake In Fright
Mar 13: Ryan Martin John


Wheelchair access: The Popeye does not have ramp access. There are two steps up and a further four steps down into Popeye. There is a handrail to the left side and a skipper and deckhand who will always offer to assist. Most wheelchairs can fit through Popeye’s entrance. There is room at the rear of the Popeye to store walkers, wheelchairs and prams.

Please allow plenty of time for your arrival. Late arrivals will not be able to board. | Toilets: The Popeye does not have toilets on board, however, there are public toilets located in Elder Park on Festival Drive, just under the Festival Centre.

Music • Storytelling
South Australia • World Premiere

Wed, 21 Feb - Wed, 13 Mar

100 min

Popeye I at The Popeye Boat

$40 to $45

G

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