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Governor Hindmarsh Hotel

Ground Zero for live music in Adelaide, 'The Gov' hosts some legendary local and international acts. The odd Irish band fiddles around in the bar, while the main venue features rock, folk, jazz, blues, salsa, reggae…
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Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas

Facing-off across Rundle St, both these cinema complexes screen 'sophisticated cinema': new-release art-house, foreign-language and independent films as well as some mainstream flicks. Fully licensed, too.
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Mojo West

A relaxed club around town (dress code and atmosphere), Mojo West has freaky blue light emanating from under the pool table cushions and quasi–Easter Island graffiti art – it certainly looks the part! Thursday unive…
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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

The estimable ASO: check the website for perfomance info.
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In a converted theatre, Jive caters to an off-beat crowd of student types who like their tunes funky, left-field and removed from the mainstream. A sunken dance floor = great views from the bar!
Live Music in Adelaide

Fowlers Live

Inside the former Fowler Flour Factory, this 500-capacity venue is a devilish temple of hard rock, punk and metal.
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Eclectic offerings (acoustic, blues, country...and a brilliant beer list) in the semi-industrial Thebarton wastelands. Don't let the flightpath sonics put you off.
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The East End's rockin' soul: original indie bands, electronica and acoustic in the undercover beer garden.
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Mercury Cinema

The not-for-profit Mercury screens art-house releases, and is home to the Adelaide Cinémathèque (classic, cult and experimental flicks). Check the website for screen times.
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Moonlight Cinema

In summer, pack a picnic and mosquito repellent, and spread out on the lawn to watch old and new classics under the stars. 'Gold Grass' tickets, which cost a little more, secure you a prime-viewing beanbag.