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A unique tour through Adelaide's streets
Moving Music is back in January 2013, for its third trip through the city. One of Adelaide's most interesting music events, Moving Music takes people on a tour of the city, to different spaces where local musicians and artists create a unique experience. Moving Music creator Sam Wright leads the tour dressed in full safari regalia, that helps to set the scene for the whole affair.



The thing about Moving Music, is that it isn't just about the music. They claim to be "bringing the best out in the forgotten spaces of our city through music, art and architecture". You could catch a local band at a number of venues around town, but Moving Music is about showcasing spaces around the city as well. Don't expect it to be a pub-hopping experience; it's about getting out and exploring somewhere different.

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Discover unknown places around the city


Some of the acts you can expect to see include The Timbers, Atlantic Street Band, Monkey Puzzle Tree, and many others. While the musicians are announced, the locations remain a secret.

Don't worry about getting hungry because the Happy Motel will also be joining the tour. They serve up delicious food wherever they go, and best of all they come with their own portable punch.

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Some grub from the Happy Motel


January's Moving Music event was helped out by a Pozible campaign, where they were able to raise $2869 of their $2000 target. By supporting the event and donating, some of the rewards included your name being recited in a poem on the tour, a safari hat signed by everyone involved, and even the opportunity to be crowned king or queen of one of the spaces.



So if this has whet your appetite for seeing the city in a whole new way, head to Moshtix to purchase tickets. Tickets are $30 (plus a $3.80 booking fee) and the tour kicks off at 2:30pm on January 19th outside of the Exeter.
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Why? Discover an Adelaide you didn't know existed
When: January 19th 2013
Where: Meeting at the Exeter
Cost: $30 plus BF
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What a great idea - looks fantastic
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