New 1800-pax music venue for Adelaide CBD

A coalition of music promoters and venue owners are planning to open a new $6 million live music venue in Adelaide’s CBD this August.

The Hindley Street Music Hall will provide standing, seated and cabaret arrangements, offering capacities of 800 to 1800, in addition to a separate street level nightclub and restaurant.

The group behind the new venue includes Secret Sounds, Live Nation, Five Four Entertainment, and the team behind some of Brisbane’s most well know venues.

“South Australia is the State of Art and I have long admired the value that SA puts on culture and social infrastructure,” said Paul Piticco, co-founder and co-CEO of Secret Sounds.

“Our plan is to build one of the best music halls right here on Hindley Street, and to also do our bit filling it with the greatest local and international talent.”

Roger Field, president Live Nation Asia Pacific, said Hindley Street Music Hall will be a great new addition to its venues across Australia.

“The venue will ensure the continued development of the city’s incredible live entertainment scene and will attract amazing performances for local music fans to enjoy while also creating jobs for the local community,” said Field.

Craig Lock, founder of Five Four Entertainment, said he was excited to be part of the project.

“Having a venue of this size and quality will no doubt increase the calibre of artists willing to play in SA,” he said.

“Music fans should be really excited about this venue cementing Adelaide as part of global touring circuit.”