Red Hot Chilli Peppers to headline at Superloop Adelaide 500
It's not long until Mad March hits Adelaide. During February and March, locals and tourists flock to the city streets to enjoy the lively restaurants, bars and festivals. As for Superloop Adelaide 500 after race concerts, there is an outstanding line-up taking to the stage Friday the 1st, Saturday the 2nd and Sunday the 3rd of March. This line up looks to be one of the best in years. With affordable pricing and a new concert location, it's an event not to be missed.
The action starts on Friday the 1st of March. Multiple ARIA award winners Vance Joy and Amy Shark will light up the stage. Amy Shark will perform first, playing all your favourites hits from her new album Love Monster. Then, the act I am looking forward to most, singer of 'Fire and Flood' 'Riptide' 'Saturday Sun' and 'Mess is Mine', Vance Joy, will finish off the night.
Stepping it up a notch, the concert on Saturday 2nd of March will showcase two of the biggest names in Australian rock. Jet and Living End, presented by Triple M Adelaide, will be an impressive lineup. With 13 ARIA awards between them, they will be sure to put on a show.
Before the Red Hot Chilli Peppers wow the crowd, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic will perform. They will join the Red Hot Chili Peppers as the support act on eight stops of their Australian Tour.
All three concerts will feature Bands On Track artists opening before the headline acts, thanks to a collaboration between Music SA and the Superloop Adelaide 500, which supports up and coming local artists and musicians.
For just $199, you can purchase a General Admission ticket, which allows you to view the on-track action from a variety of locations around the circuit and provides access to all after-race concerts. Single day tickets can also be purchased. Buy tickets here