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Music festival By The C is hitting Glenelg shores in 2022

By The C will be heading back to Glenelg Beach with a stellar line-up featuring Jimmy Barnes, Mondo Rock, Jon Stevens, Diesel, Vanessa Amorosi, and 1927.

Image credit: Zaccaria Concerts and Touring

A loaded live music festival is set the splash onto the shores of Glenelg next year.

Following the enormous success of the By The C concert series across Australia over past summer seasons, Zaccaria Concerts & Touring have announced more shows for the next season.

On March 19, 2022, By The C will be heading back to the iconic Glenelg Beach and music lovers are set for a stellar line-up of artists featuring Jimmy Barnes, Mondo Rock, Jon Stevens, Diesel, Vanessa Amorosi, and 1927.

Since its inception, By The C has continued to deliver legends of the music world to some of the most scenic locations around the country.  This beach festival event is set to be a great day out with live music and a vibrant setting.

It’s the perfect place to bask in the sun and ocean breeze while kicking back or dancing the day and night away to some of Australia’s best live music. 

You can look forward to homegrown talent, beach location, food trucks, pop-up bars, and a selection of refreshing beverages perfect for a day in the sunshine against a beautiful backdrop that makes you glad and proud to be an Aussie.

Jimmy Barnes is the heart and the soul of Australian rock and roll. His nickname, “Barnesy”, conjures up thoughts of rock music at an ear-splitting volume, and of soul standards given a unique reading. He is truly in a league of his own.

Meanwhile, for more than a dozen years Mondo Rock dispensed punchy, craftily professional, adult pop-rock. Between 1977 and 1991 the Australian charts were enriched and enlivened by their sleek and proficient offerings.

Jon Stevens is recognized as one of the most talented rock musicians to emerge from Australia in recent memory. He has had phenomenal success as a solo artist, knocking Michael Jackson off the top of the charts in Australia and as the lead singer of major rock acts Noiseworks, INXS after the death of his friend Michael Hutchence, and the Dead Daisies.

Mark Lizotte aka DIESEL grew up in Australia and in the U.S.  He formed the band ‘Johnny Diesel & The Injectors’ in 1986 from remnants of a previous band before embarking on a solo career in 1991. 

This far into her stellar career, Vanessa Amorosi remains one of the most exciting singers on the planet. Her song-writing and dynamic vocal range have seen the artist sell over two million records worldwide. She has released 6 commercially and critically acclaimed studio albums, received sixteen ARIA and APRA nominations, and stopped the world in its tracks with her performance of ‘Heroes Live Forever’ and ‘Absolutely Everybody’ at the Sydney Olympics.

Way before Australian Idol and The Voice existed, a wily kid named Eric Weideman was talent-spotted after a scorching performance on Red Faces for Hey Hey It’s Saturday! Weideman teamed up with former Moving Pictures songwriter Garry Frost, his brother Bill Frost and James Barton to form 1927. They gigged until they were tight then landed loads of smoky, rocking chugger hits.

Look forward to seeing these stars live and in concert on Saturday March 19 2022 at Glenelg Beach Adelaide.

Tickets on sale Saturday November 27 at 10.00am.

Tickets are available at: www.ticketmaster.com.au

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