Warriparinga is the perfect setting for Sunset Symphony - with the Sturt River running through, beautifully maintained lawns and majestic river red gums offering shade and serenity. Sunset Symphony commences at 5pm and will also feature indigenous dancers performing a Welcome to Country and tours of Warriparinga Wetlands and plenty of family-oriented activities. The concert commences at 7pm and will run for 90 minutes.
What to bring: water (plastic only - no glass, refill stations available), picnic rug/low chairs, picnic hamper. Food and beverages (non-alcoholic and alcoholic - no BYO alcohol) will also be on offer to purchase from a variety of food trucks and Patritti Wines.
As there is limited parking available at Warriparinga, it will be worth considering public transport. For further information, check out Sunset Symphony's website www.sunsetsymphony.com.au which provides comprehensive information, including details on transport, parking, access, amenities and conditions of entry.
Why? Set in Warriparinga's picturesque and serene outdoors, Summer Symphony will feature indigenous dancers performing a Welcome to Country, family activities and tours of Warriparinga Wetland, and a 90 minute performance by renowned tenor Henry Olonga, a
When:Saturday 09/11/2019: 5pm-9pm (concert commences at 7pm)
Phone:8375 6855 (Domain Theatre - Marion Cultural Centre Box Office)