We have officially kicked into festival time and, while there’s plenty to get out and about to do and see, we know many families are looking for fun things to do together.
Finding a family outing for a reasonable price during Adelaide’s festive season seems impossible, but hope is not lost!
The Lost and Found Orchestra is a spectacular outdoor music extravaganza from the creators of the worldwide smash hit Stomp and it is hitting Elder Park to open Adelaide Festival.
On March 3 and 4, hundreds of skilled performers will come together as a symphony, playing instruments made of found materials like bottles, bins, pot plants, traffic cones and hosepipe.
And it’s not just the professionals making all the noise. They have recruited a bunch of South Aussie kids and adults to be part of the band.
WIN Tickets for your family to experience The Lost and Found Orchestra.
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With family prices at only $98 (plus booking fee), you can be amongst the excitement of Adelaide Festival’s opening weekend and enjoy the latest creation from Stomp creator Luke Cresswell and Australia’s master of spectacle Nigel Jamieson (Sydney Olympics Opening Ceremony, How to Train Your Dragon).
The huge company of professional performers, and a stack of apprentice locals who have been specially trained for the occasion, are set to wow the crowds with their percussive prowess.
500 people will be on the stage creating an almighty musical ruckus to welcome in Adelaide’s preeminent arts festival in a rousing fashion.
Lost and Found Orchestra has to be seen to be believed, so grab your family pass and make some noise. Who knows, it might give you some inspiration to turn your household refuse into instruments for a family band!