Spring into next month with a concert performed by the South Coast Choral and Arts Society Choir.
The choir is celebrating the season with their annual Spring Concert, which is described as a “bright, light and varied musical program sure to get those feet tapping”.
Among the extensive repertoire, conducted by Alan Field, will be renditions of tunes from Mamma Mia! and Sister Act. Accompanist is Jenny Boag, with Anna Watson emceeing the show.
Joining the choir will be other talented musicians, who will perform a number of songs for the audience.
The choir has been exceptionally busy, practicing simultaneously for their participation in the South Australian Country Choral Festival to be held at McLaren Vale in mid-August.
Members believe the extra work and practice involved should make the Spring Concert extra-special this year.
The concert will be held at the Lutheran Centre on Adelaide Road at 2pm on Sunday, August 26.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for students and concession, and free for preschoolers. Tickets are available from choir members, Swan’s Pharmacy in Victor Harbor, or at the door on the day (unless sold out).
The 60 Four returns
Fast becoming one of the state’s most popular acts, The 60 Four will bring the sounds of the sixties to the Victor Harbor Town Hall at 8pm on August 31.
The 60 Four’s incredible talent, with their slick moves and flawless four-part harmonies, has seen them go from strength to strength in the Adelaide entertainment industry.
The group is made up of Ben Francis, Lachlan Williams, Kyle Hall and Jack Conroy and they perform a selection of their favourite 60s hits, with artists including Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Johnny O’Keefe, The Monkees, The Turtles, The Foundations and The Temptations.
Ben has loved performing for Fleurieu crowds with the group in the past, as they always bring enthusiasm and energy.
“If it’s anything like last time, everything will be great,” he said.
Tickets are available at www.the60four.com