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Seabass presents

FUN DAY OUT: A Girls Rock! Adelaide mini-fest!

Girls Rock! Adelaide are throwing a Fun Day Out for young people and their families to come along and meet our amazing team of volunteers and mentors as well as other young people who have attended camp. Watch great bands, enjoy craft activities, participate in a workshop with Nancy Bates or join the Teenage Joans choir led by Mum Friends! This is a great opportunity for you to enjoy a fun day out while learning a bit about Girls Rock! Adelaide and what we do.

Performances by:

Sarah Grainger (GR! Adl alumni)


Nancy Bates

Teenage Joans

This is an ALL AGES event - young people and their families are very welcome to attend!

Welcome to Country will take place at 12:15 and we ask that you arrive in time for this.

Free MOJO Kombucha, Girls Rock! Adelaide merchandise for sale and raffle prizes to be won.

Tickets: $10 each or $20 for a family of four (2x adults, 2 x children aged 14 and under, children under 4 free) - available now through Moshtix!

This event is funded by the Music Development Office. Any proceeds will go towards facilitating the Girls Rock! Adelaide camp in January 2021, where participants will have the opportunity to develop their creativity in a safe space led by female and gender non-conforming musicians and industry practitioners.

We thank Carclew Youth Arts Centre, Mojo Kombucha and Moshtix for their generous support for this event.

!!! We acknowledge that this event will be held on Kaurna Land. We pay our respects to the traditional custodians of the land, the Kaurna people and acknowledge their ongoing connection to land, culture and sea. We also pay our respect to their elders past, present and future.

!!! We endeavour to make this event a safe space; free from sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, or discriminatory behaviour of any nature.

Carclew is an accessible venue with accessible toilets on site. The venue is within close proximity to a Bus stop.

Seating will be available on the day.

No strobe lights to be used.

If anyone has any questions or concerns about the gig or venue, please email us:

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