South Australia, we’re known as the festival state for a reason – with Under the Stars the latest music festival to prove that.
With a weekend jam-packed with rock royalty like Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Cheap Trick, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Electric Mary, Under the Stars is the three-day rock n roll festival that will close out Adelaide’s Mad March season – and it is ending in a bang!
Across the weekend of March 18 and 20, 2022, Bonython Park will transform into the ultimate rock concert, with fourteen amazing musical acts wrapping up the month-long Fringe Festival.
Under the Southern Stars is aligned with Adelaide Fringe Festival, the city’s biggest annual celebration, and will bring this mammoth party to town in line with its new post covid national tour dates.
After falling victim to the ongoing ripple effects of the pandemic, it’s fourth time lucky for the Under the Stars festival. However, this has not deterred organizers, who evolved the initial one-day concert into a massive experience for South Australian rock n roll fans.
With the nation slowly emerging from the most trying period of our lives, Under the Stars say they are extremely excited to get the show back on the road and deliver one hell of a rock n roll experience.
Cheap Trick will be taking the stage on both Friday and Saturday to serenade crowds with their beloved tunes. With over 5,000 performances spanning four decades, 20 million records sold worldwide, inductees of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cheap Trick are undoubtedly one of the most influential classic rock groups of the past 50 years.
Rock icons Stone Temple Pilots is undoubtedly one of the biggest rock acts of the 1990s, and they’re ready to excite the crowds on both Saturday and Sunday. With over 50 million albums sold, Stone Temple Pilots broke out of the scene they helped to define into bonafide superstars
Bush will also be gracing Adelaide on the final night of Under the Stars playing a combination of their popular 90’s rock anthems and later releases. Bush has been a mainstay on Australian radios since the release of their debut album Sixteen Stone in 1994. The album was an instant smash spending 43 weeks in the Australian Top 50.
Individuals still holding on to their tickets from the postponed concerts, the tickets will be valid for the epic Under the Stars three-day festival.
Eventbrite ticket holders can re-download their existing Adelaide tickets using the Eventbrite app with the 2022 show date and line-up and store their tickets for use on show day.
Friday | 18 March
Motorcycle Club, Rose Tattoo and Electric Mary plus The Black Sorrows and the Germain Sisters
Saturday | 19 March
Stone Temple Pilots, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Rose Tattoo, Electric Mary plus The Superjesus, Flyying Colours and Ben Hazelwood
Sunday | 20 March
Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Rose Tattoo, Electric Mary plus Killing Heidi, The Badloves and Dallas Crane
To purchase tickets and for detailed information about all shows, visit the website here