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19 Jun 2017

The Gov’s Open Mic has a fresh new feel.

Presenting the newest of the new, emerging talent every week, the Friday Free For All is a fun and friendly Open Mic at The Gov’s iconic Front Bar.
We’ve got some of our favourite local musos hosting the event and welcome bands, solo acts and singers to get involved.

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15 Dec 2016

XMAS / NYE OPENING HOURS

For those curious about our trading hours over the silly season you can find all the info you need HERE!

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19 Oct 2016

1965 Masters Apprentices + Explosions In The Sky + Underoath + Win Tix!

Hello there Gov lovers,

Well once again we’ve got a top week of music with something to satisfy everyone’s ears.
Tonight, The Jezabels are set to blow your mind with their amazing, rich sound, energy and soaring vocals. If you haven’t seen them before don’t miss out because they certainly are amazing, and if the reviews from interstate shows are anything to go by it could easily become one of your favourite concerts ever.

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13 Oct 2016

Bluesfest Sideshow and More!

Hello Gov Lovers,
Who needs mad March when you’ve got Outrageous October? The Gov has been going overboard with amazing shows this month.
On Thursday and Friday don’t fight it, come on get excited, for two huge nights with Ball Park Music.
Saturday morning the Gov’s crew will be at Parliament House at 11am to support the call to keep SA Nuclear Free, and in the evening we party with Aussie hip-hop legend Drapht with a bag of new rhymes fresh from his album Seven Mirrors.
And on Sunday, it’s Club Cool, a socially inclusive event for people with disabilities and their friends. It kicks off at 11am with entry by gold coin donation.
Next week kicks off with outlaw cowboy Kinky Friedman on Tuesday night. His show was re-scheduled from last week as Melbourne airport shut down due to storms and Kinky couldn’t get to SA.
As the icing on the cake of an already great week, The Gov has been nominated for Venue of the Year in the National Live Music Awards. We’ve loved seeing fellow nominees Bad // Dreems, Dusty Lee, The Grenadiers, Horror My Friend, West Thebarton Brothel Party and Ollie English here at The Gov, not to mention many of the nominees from other states. The fantastic list of nominees both in SA and across Australia reflects the high quality of live music in this country. Congratulations to everyone who made the grade.

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30 Aug 2016

Gov Family Facts: We Like, We Like To Party (Plan)

There’s just something about a country girl, and their uncanny ability to always make you feel welcome, which is one (of the many reasons) why we just love our Teagan. If you need something done, she’s on the case with a smile on her face and both a colleague and a friend. If you’re ever in the bar on a Friday night, swing by and say hi, she’ll love ya for it!
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16 Aug 2016

GOV FAMILY FILES: WHAT’S COOKING, GOOD LOOKIN’?

Some people prefer the strong, silent types, which is why we’re lucky to have Col. Just like a Ronan Keating song, he says it best when he says nothing at all. Count yourselves lucky we got him to fill in this Q & A.
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9 Aug 2016

Peter Garrett & The Alter Egos @ The Gov Review

Music and activism still matter to Peter Garrett; and he still matters to us.

During the Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Peter Garrett and Midnight Oil sent a profound, political statement regarding the plight of indigenous Australians. Shortly afterwards, he embarked on a political career.

Sixteen years later, as the Brazilian sun rose on Rio de Janeiro, the gangly and enigmatic environmental warrior shed his business suit, buttoned up an indigenous print shirt and took to The Gov stage (6 August) in a manner that suggested that his foray into federal politics was just a very bad dream.

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29 Jul 2016

MEET THE BREWER (JUL 20) Reviewed by Eventadelaide

What happens when the best music venue in Adelaide teams up with a badass local brewing company that produces some sweet beer-y sips?  An epic evening of beer-themed food, drinks, laughs, and good music!

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20 Jul 2016

The Jezabels + The Troggs + Frenzal Rhomb + Katatonia + Formidable Veg + Bowie Unzipped

Hi there Gov Lovers,

We’re not sure where this year has gone, but it’s passed us by in a blur of fun, noise and memories that will last a lifetime. This last week at The Gov has stuck the the plan, with a bunch of great new shows that are guaranteed to keep the good times rolling.

Don’t miss the chance to see The Jezabels as they return to The Gov to deal with the unfinished business of a show we’ve been hanging out to see. Tickets went on sale today and won’t hang around.

And, it’s all busy in the restaurant today as our chef Adam is working hard to prep for our Meet The Brewer collaboration with Big Shed Brewery tonight. There’s still a few dinner spaces available so book in with Deb on 8340 0744.

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13 Jul 2016

Local Revolution + Katatonia + Aussie Ausborn + Drumscene + Steel Life

Hello Gov Lovers,
While mother nature has been doing her best to shake us to the core, here at The Gov we’ve been working hard with a huge week of announcements and there’s absolutely no sign of things slowing down. It’s all crazy, but it’s what we love - bringing great music to all of your ears.

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