A brand new 1,800-capacity dwell leisure venue referred to as the Hindley Street Music Hall will open in Adelaide later this yr.
As The Industry Observer experiences, the $6million, split-level advanced will probably be a redevelopment of the previous HQ Advanced nightclub at 149 Hindley Street, which shut its doorways in early 2020.
The brand new growth is being spearheaded by Reside Nation – who personal Melbourne’s Palais Theatre – together with Secret Sounds, 5 4 Leisure, and the staff behind Brisbane venues Fortitude Music Hall and The Triffid, which incorporates former Powderfinger bassist John “JC” Collins and Secret Sounds’ Paul Pittico.
“South Australia is the state of artwork and I’ve long-admired the worth that SA places on tradition and social infrastructure,” Piticco stated in a press assertion. “Our plan is to construct the most effective music halls in the southern hemisphere proper right here on Hindley Street, and to additionally do our bit filling it with the best native and worldwide expertise.”
Collins, who will assume the position of Venue Director, echoed Piticco’s sentiments, including: “We’ve spent a number of time on the design of the venue guaranteeing the connection between the performer and the viewers is the most effective it may be and to create an extremely intimate house the place followers really feel tremendous shut and related to the artist.”
One of many first acts to carry out on the new venue will probably be UK digital duo HONNE, who’re set to tour Australia in September. When the tour was introduced earlier this month, the venue for the Adelaide cease was listed as TBA.
In different Adelaide dwell music information, a petition has been launched to get the Foo Fighters to add a tour date in Adelaide once they return to Australia and New Zealand for a tour later this yr.