Enjoy free, open air music with Concerts in the Park series

Mad March is around the corner and music lovers are encouraged to leave the rat race in the city. Instead head east for the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters’ Concerts in the Park series.

The open air, relaxed, free events will run across February, March and April. They will feature jazz, melodies and symphony concerts prefect for a night of entertainment to enjoy with friends, or a romantic evening for two.

Make the most of the warm evenings and extra sunlight hours whilst taking in some of the best of the local Adelaide music scene.

Concerts in the Park

With roving entertainment and food trucks brought on site, music lovers can make an evening of it. Pack a picnic rug, grab a snack and sit back to enjoy musical performances from talented local bands and artists. For those with kiddos or grandkiddos there will even children’s entertainment to keep them busy!

Jazz in the Park

Saturday 11 February

Enjoy a soundtrack of jazz in Koster Park featuring Bonfire/Bonnie Lee Galea in Jazz in Cheek and Katrina Ryan Quartet.

Jazz in Cheek features Bonnie Lee Galea on voice, Richard Coates on keys, Quinton Dunne on double bass & voice, Steve Todd on drums & percussion, plus Peter Raidel on tenor saxophone.

The Katrina Ryan Quartet, features Mike Haynes on double bass, Lainie Jamieson on keyboards and John McDermott behind the drums.

Melodies in the Park

Saturday 11 March

A night of live music for all the family at Joslin Reserve! Featuring Kids entertainment and a night of dancing with Fizzy Pop and Mr Buzzy!

Musician line-up TBA.

Symphony in the Park

Saturday 1 April

Listen to the sounds of the Norwood Symphony Orchestra in Richards Park this April. Bring a rug and settle in to a full night of symphony under the stars.

City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters

Concerts in the Park


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