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Four of our fave acts are playing outdoor gigs in SA

Is there anything better than watching your idols perform in the great outdoors? No, we didn't think so.

We’ve had enough of the winter in SA but there isn’t long until we’ll be sitting in the sunshine watching our favourite artists live and we can’t wait.

With four incredible acts hitting South Australia’s finest outdoor venues between now and 2019, we have A LOT to be excited for.

Check out who’s heading our way and when below:

Bob Dylan

This guy just keeps on giving. We are so thrilled to have the legend that is Bob Dylan back on our shores and we’re sure his gig will cover as many classics from his epic back catalogue as possible, although let’s be honest, there are just so many to tick off. Either way, we’re excited, especially with the added news that Aussie singer-songwriter Vance Joy will be joining, bringing his world class hits along with him. You can find tickets for Bob Dylan at Bonython Park on 11 August here.

Foreigner

We wanna know what love is and we want Foreigner to show us this October. This is one gig to definitely get the gang together for, with plenty of classics to sing along to and and a whopping 18-piece Orchestra behind the band, we’re sure it’s going to be rather special. They’re also bringing rockers Cheap Trick and Sheppard along for the ride. You can find tickets for Foreigner at Botanic Park on 14 October here.

Shania Twain

Who could possibly impress us more than the 1st lady of country, Shania Twain? We literally haven’t stopped listening to her greatest hits since this tour was announced and we are more than ready to put our karaoke skills to the test this December. You can find tickets for Shania Twain at Botanic Park on 2 December here.

Florence + The Machine

That voice! Those instrumentals! There’s a vibe that only Florence + The Machine can create which feels pretty damn perfect for the outdoors. We’re expecting pure summer magic from the genre-defining Florence as she graces the stage next year. It’s going to be a beaut. You can find tickets for Florence + The Machine at Botanic Park on 16 January here.

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