Adelaide Festival // 2 - 18 March 2012

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Roky Erickson

Supported by Black Lips

United States

SOLD OUT

1960s rock ’n’ roll pioneer Roky Erickson founded the Thirteenth Floor Elevators, coining the term “psychedelic” and influencing generations of artists.

Building a successful solo career, Erickson penned many classics, since reinterpreted by artists from Patti Smith to Sonic Youth and Janis Joplin.

Roky is joined by notorious Atlanta garage A-listers Black Lips.


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SOPHIA BROUS INTRODUCES ROKY ERICKSON



LISTEN TO ROKY ERICKSON



LISTEN TO THE BLACK LIPS



WHERE

Barrio - Hajek Plaza (behind Parliament House)

WHEN

Sat 10 Mar 7pm

TICKETS

SOLD OUT

$29

Three Show Pass $75 - Choose three $29 Dreamers events.
Excludes Jane Birkin Sings Serge Gainsbourg.
To book a Dreamers three show pass, please call BASS on 131 246. Passes are not available online.

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MAP

Barrio - Hajek Plaza (behind Parliament House)

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Three show Dreamers pass available (choose three $29 events) $75
General admission outdoor events, limited seating may be available. Ticket holders get preferential entry to the festival club Barrio. Doors open 6.30pm

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