UNIVERSALLEY will bring new meaning to finding a carpark space when it transforms Flinders St Warehouse into an intergalactic music festival this weekend.
On Saturday July 14 from 4pm, eight bands (along with local DJs and visual artists) will play a gig that’s out of this world.
Presented by PAK Music and Swirl Records, in conjunction with Three D Radio 93.7fm, UNIVERSALLEY will transform Flinders St Warehouse and carpark to a space odyssey with plenty of oddities to enjoy.
Sam Szabo from PAK music says the space will become a psychedelic atmosphere for music lovers.
“The space will feature neon light installation on entry, walls washed with coloured light, glitch-space theme projection by Capital Waste Pictures, DIY planets hanging from the struts and a stage built by none other than festival co-creator, Gerry Bain of Swirl Records,” he says.
“All of this leading to a kinda psychedelic outer space DIY vibe. We are trying to implement what we are into as festival creators: the local live music scene, re-purposing a space and the captivating idea of space. Most importantly we want an atmosphere of a fun, inclusive and welcoming space to showcase national and local talent and all the above leads to the title of UNIVERSALLEY.”
The party in a carpark will feature interstate artists Jaala (VIC) performing tracks from her recently released album Joonya Spirit, Press Club (VIC) just off the back of their tour with Smith Street Band and Crocodylus (NSW) who are celebrating their first ever Adelaide show.
The interstate guests will be joined by South Aussie favourites Zen Panda, TOWNS, It’s a Hoax, Workhorse and Ella Ion.
As well as awesome music, there will be drinks by Alpha Box & Dice and Young Henrys; and food truck SOZA’s will roll up with Sri Lankan eats.
For one night only, an east end warehouse will be transformed into a little slice of outer space to celebrate five excellent South Australian artists and three unreal interstate artists.
UNIVERSALLEY is on from 4:00pm Saturday, July 14. Grab your tickets from MOSHTIX.
UNIVERSALLEY takes place on the land of the Kaurna People of the Adelaide Plains who are the traditional custodians of this land. UNIVERSALLEY acknowledges their continuing culture and pays respect to Elders past and present.