We may never get to see Michael and Janet Jackson perform together again in this lifetime, but one Fringe show is bringing their music to the stage – with a spectacular twist. After their sell-out tour at 2018’s Fringe, Gospo Collective is bringing back Jackson Vs Jackson bigger and better to Gluttony. The show is […]
A tribute show to the late Michael Jackson, featuring impersonator Joshua Dal Santo, a 9-member dance crew and a choir.
Staying level headed in the world of rock stardom can often be challenging, but for Adelaide’s own rock goddess Orianthi, it should come as no surprise to our readers that the Los Angeles based Platinum selling artist is still very much the girl next door. “Adelaide will always be home to me, although I’m based […]
With dancers, musicians and plenty of pyrotechnics to back him up, world famous Michael Jackson impersonator Dantanio gave us a fun evening at the Festival Theatre.
Celebrating the music, the magic and all the history - the world’s most loved Michael Jackson tribute show, HIStory, is coming to Adelaide next week for one show only.
The new documentary 'Michael Jackson’s journey from Mowtown to Off the Wall' is showing this Thursday, exclusively at Event Cinemas for one screening only.
'Queens of the City' gives us some fine singing and comic ability from three stereotypical queens – the beauty queen, the old queen and the scary queen.
Love him or hate him, Michael Jackson changed rock music, shown from start to finish in this energetic concert tribute to his many worldwide hits.
Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 fans in Adelaide are in for a real treat as a national stage extravaganza comes to town!
THRILLER LIVE, a spectacular theatrical production, created to celebrate the career of Michael Jackson and the Jackson Five, will be coming to Adelaide.
Like a seated aerobics workout, this concert of sing-a-long hits from the 1950s - 1990s left barely a still bum in the bopping house of punters of all ages.
Tickets on sale through Ticketek – 9am Wednesday 10 July 2013
Smashing expectations one soaring harmony at a time, six women take on the world’s most famous male musicians and reinvent them as surprising, bawdy, hilarious cabaret. Masculinity mixed up with stellar female vocals, big hair, rosy cheeks and a whole lot of ridiculous dancing.
The tour, her first in Australia since The Velvet Rope in 1998, took the biggest and best from Ms Jackson's career, along with a few fan favourites, and transformed them into a joyous, high-energy, 2-hour long celebration. This was no typical self-indulgent pop concert; the focus on the music and intimacy with fans rather than flashy outfits or grand stage productions was proof alone that Jackson can still hold a crowd in the palm of her hand.
How could you not love Melvin Brown? From the moment he steps onto the stage in his red tuxedo and white tap shoes, you know you're in for a treat.
Glam Adelaide Music Editor Ragani Stengewis interviewed Jonathan "Sugarfoot" Moffett. He speaks about his experience playing with the Jackson family, and his upcoming Australian Tour.
Adelaide fans, young and old braved a bitterly cold morning to commemorate the one-year anniversary of their idol, the king of pop, Michael Jackson.