Adelaide Fringe

RCC drops music line-up for its final weekends

The powerhouse set includes sets from the likes of Ricky Albeck & Belair Line Band & Dead Roo, Druid Fluids & Didier Kumalo and more.

RCC has locked in its 2021 music program featuring an ambitious and genre bending line-up of 50 of Australia’s finest and rising stars of the music world. 

RCC’s Victoria Square home has come to life with a music bill that evokes RCC’s reimagined vision as a festival within a festival. 

The stellar music bill, which has already seen memory making sets from style icon Touch Sensitive, local synth wizard, Luke Million and tinsel goth, Nai Palm is one of the most ambitious music programs in RCC’s history. 

With only two weekends left, Weeks 4 and 5 of RCC 2021 will feature powerhouse sets from the likes of Ricky Albeck & Belair Line Band & Dead Roo, Druid Fluids & Didier Kumalo, Milan Ring (SYD) & Lonleyspeck, SO.Crates (VIC), Sampology (BRIS) Slowmango,  Mildlife (VIC) 30/70 & Ausecuma Beats & Late Nite Tuff Guy. 

For RCC Creative Director, Stuart Duckworth, the line-up is a testament to the efforts of the RCC team in the face of ever-changing border restrictions. 

“Delivering this epic program of artists in a pandemic has been a challenge, but it’s one that the team have navigated with class and passion,” explains Duckworth. 

“One of RCC’s great strengths has always been its music programming. I am so happy that this program is up and rolling to rave reviews”. 

RCC’s music line-up will be supported by RCC’s The Cult Records stage which pays homage to local talent and discovery. 

For all the information on RCC 2021’s music program and to book tickets here.

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