SA musicians vie for a spot playing along side the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Superloop Adelaide 500

Music SA and Superloop Adelaide 500 have again given six emerging South Australian music acts the opportunity of a lifetime! As part of Music SA’s successful Bands on Track initiative they have provided a chance to join the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Vance Joy, Amy Shark, Jet and The Living End onstage at the 2019 Superloop Adelaide 500.

Two acts will be selected from thousands of entries for each of the three concerts, and will be given a paid performance slot at the event, an experience that will never forget – with the winners announced on February 14.

MusicSA’s Lisa Bishop is excited to give “hard-working musician’s here in South Australia… a chance to play on the Superloop Adelaide 500 concert stage in front of thousands, and in support of some of the hottest acts in the world.”

Past winners of the Bands on Track initiative include Bad//Dreems, Horror My Friend, The Beards, Young Offenders, Donnarumma, Ollie English, Hana and Jessie-Lee and Neon Tetra.

For details visit www.bandsontrack.com.au.

Friday 1 March – Two SA artists will open for Vance Joy and Amy Shark.

Saturday 2 March – Two SA artists will open for Jet and The Living End.

Sunday 3 March – Two SA artists will open for Red Hot Chili Peppers and George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic.

For more details about the Superloop Adelaide 500, with tickets from just $45, head HERE. And for more RHCP tour dates around the country, head HERE.

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