The Rotary Club of Adelaide and Rob Pippan Productions present

 Woodstock Revisited

Sunday 3rd April on the banks of the River Torrens

Music really did define the ‘60s and no single event did that more than Woodstock. Although it wasn’t the first of it’s kind, Woodstock gathered the very best – and some of the weirdest – musical acts of the day on a farm in New York state… and so the Woodstock generation was born.

With a line-up that pays tribute to the very best of the era, join Bald Eagles, Full Tilt Janis and headliners – the mighty 1965 Masters Apprentices – and it will all come together with host Graham Cornes (who probably does remember the ‘60s) and his awesome Graham Cornes Allstars. Dig it? Cool.

Deck yourself out in your coolest Woodstock-inspired threads to win a great prize, judged by some of Adelaide’s hippest dudes …and it’s all for an excellent cause.

Proceeds from the day will benefit four of Adelaide’s hardest working charities – COTA SA, Hutt St Centre, Kidney Health Australia and Zoos SA – all benefitting our community in so many ways. Right on!

Music is such as great way to bring people together. Hutt St Centre has a band of a group of fellows who jam each week. They really enjoy the company of each other and playing together. I love the idea of an Adelaide Rotary event that supports our charities using music to bring people together. Woodstock Revisited should be great fun.” Ian Cox, CEO, Hutt St Centre.

Bring your Woodstock attitude and join the in crowd under the trees on the banks of the River Torrens & groove the day away. Chow down on some great food & wine and dance holes in your soles as you get back in touch with your hippy side. Far out, man…!

When: Sunday 3rd April

Gates – 10.30am, funs starts at 11.00am

The 1965 Masters Apprentices, Bald Eagles,

Full Tilt Janis, Graham Cornes All Stars

MC: Graham Cornes

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Be there or be square!

 For further information, please contact The Rotary Club of Adelaide –

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Article supplied by Jane Intini – Publicity & Event Management

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