Adelaide fans were lucky to very lucky to see Black Sabbath, and they knew it. Having originally being left off of the tour, Adelaide fans petitioned hard and got their wish with the Tuesday night gig at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre being added as the final date on Black Sabbath’s Australian tour. The venue was packed, perhaps in part to the reduction in ticket price to $70 the week before the gig, but that said, you could see that the place was full of die-hard Black Sabbath fans. Young and old had donned their blackest black t-shirts and were ready to witness the great and powerful Ozzy Osbourne and Sabbath, together again.
Black Sabbath closed out their first Australian tour since 1974 on Tuesday night, playing to a packed crowd in Adelaide. The AU review sent along photographer Kerrie Geier to catch it all.
Ed Sheeran is an interesting character. The British singer songwriter has such a hold over popular music at the moment that has been fascinating to track; arriving at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre this evening, the amount of people lined up (and no doubt camped out) around the venue is only one small testament to the global star power the 22 year old redhead has at his disposal.
The always charming Ed Sheeran brought his sweet grooves to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Tuesday night, and Kerrie Geier was there to bring us photos from the night...
Fans who religiously watched the live performances week after week on X-Factor, and sat through watching their favourites come and go had their chance to see the winner of the show, Samantha Jade and the top 5 finalists perform live once again.
The X Factor Live Tour came to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre to showcase the contestants and winner from the 2012 season of the X Factor. Chad Lofts was there with his camera and brings you these photos from the night:
The Adelaide Entertainment Center quickly filled up on Sunday with booty-popping dance shaking girls and their mothers. In fact, the crowd was filled with more mothers rather than the teenage girl, and let me tell you these mums were not wearing their ‘mum jeans’. They were dressed to kill. Heels, tight dresses, hair done up…the whole lot.
Shot by Jennifer Sando
Choosing Adelaide to start his latest national tour, ARIA award winning artist Gotye wooed the crowd to a standing ovation with his percussion based brand of music.
Our photographer John Goodridge brings you some photo highlights.
It was truly ‘Rack City’ in Adelaide Tuesday night as Nicki Minaj, along with her youthful cohort of girl power and supporting artist TYGA, took to the Entertainment Centre.
In this issue: The Black Keys, P!nk, Glen Hansard, Icehouse, Violent Soho and more!
The Black Keys announce extra tickets
With less than a week to go until The Black Keys hit Australia, they have announced extra seat and floor tickets for selected shows. Tickets are limited and are now available, so get them while they last.
Monday October 22
SYDNEY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
The last time Mumford and Sons came to Australia, they played smaller venues, and only in three cities – Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. Despite their song “Little Lion Man” being everywhere a few years ago, they still only merited the smaller-to-mid-sized venues.