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Midnight Sun: An Evening of Icelandic Myth and Music - Sold Out

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Ancient tales told with the music of the frozen north

Odin, Thor, Freya, Loki. These names are legendary, but do you really know their story?

Following the success of the premiere performance, Elephant in the Room Productions is proud to revive "Midnight Sun: An Evening of Icelandic Myth and Music", a celebration of Icelandic culture from ancient vikings through to the modern day.

This incredible live music event takes place on Friday 11th May at 7pm in the iconic main foyer of the South Australian Museum. Tickets are now on sale.

Midnight Sun brings together the tales of the old gods with sublime vocal music. Enjoy an evening of Nordic myths and beautiful music that stretches all the way from the poetry of the ancient Vikings to the modern musical stylings of Bjork and Jonsi.

Featuring 8 accomplished singers in the sublime acoustics of Adelaide's South Australian Museum, Midnight Sun is an unmissable live music event. Take a musical journey from the birth of Odin through to Ragnarok: The Twilight of the Gods.

Tickets are now on sale for this one night only event. Tickets are priced $30 full price or $25 concession. Secure your tickets today at

Midnight Sun is an all-ages event. For more information on this exciting event in Adelaide, please visit and follow

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When: Friday May 11, 7 pm
Where: SA Museum front foyer
Cost: $30 Full price/$25 concession. Online booking fees apply
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