Adelaide Festival // 2 - 18 March 2012

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Saturday, Mar 10 at Barrio

LATE NIGHT PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES PARTY

Earlier at Barrio 7pm, $29

ROKY ERICKSON (USA)



BLACK LIPS (USA)



 

FREE LATE NIGHT PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES PARTY
From 9:30pm
Model planes? Check. Model trains? Check. A scalextric set you’d swap your entire Matchbox collection for? Check. John Hughes film title reference? Check.

SHRINE OFFERING: Bring a toy car or win one of ours.

 

ABBIE CARDWELL AND THE CHICANO ROCKERS (AUS)



Mexican rocanrol inspired by vintage Mexican music of the ‘50s and ‘60s sung in Spanglish and performed by one hot tamale and ten rocanrol gringos. Ariba!

 

MEXICALI MAMMAS (AUS)



DJs Chiquita and Anamaria don blinged out boleros and Frida Kahlo hair to spin the hits of the ‘50s and ‘60s across the border style. Fiesta forever to the authentic scratchy warm tones of their beloved lo-fi  ‘Mexico sings the hits’ records.

 

Also featuring Max Savage & the False Idols and DJ Brad.

 

LISTEN TO BLACK LIPS





Links

Abbie Cardwell and the Chicano Rockers on Facebook

WHERE

Barrio - Hajek Plaza (behind Parliament House)

WHEN

Sat 10 Mar, 9.30pm to late.

DURATION

240 mins

FREE

PLANNER

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Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access

MAP

Barrio - Hajek Plaza (behind Parliament House)

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