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Dave Gleeson and Crafty: Wk 4

Streaming not Screaming

Sunday 05 July 2020 (opening 2:30 PM)

at The Gov - Main Room ( venue info )
59 Port Road, Hindmarsh SA
https://www.thegov.com.au

**18+ Unless accompanied by Parent or Legal Guardian**

Reserve Tickets

Price includes booking fees

General Admission for 2 $87.25
Tickets are sold by 2 to maintain social distancing requirements for SA COVID-19 restrictions. Customers will be allocated a table. 
Streaming Option 1 - This is NOT a live show ticket $19.40
Streaming Option 2 - This is NOT a live show ticket $24.50
Streaming Option 3 + Tea Towel - This is NOT a live show show $58.40
General Admission - Single Entry $45.40
General Admission - Group of 3 $128.05
General Admission - Group of 4 $168.85
General Admission - Group of 5 $209.65
General Admission - Group of 6 $250.45

THE SCREAMING JETS LEAD SINGER DAVE GLEESON TAKES UP A RESIDENCY AT ADELAIDE’S PREMIERE ROCK VENUE – THE GOV, HINDMARSH… 

Playing to live audiences again!!!!

After 14 weeks of streaming from his remote Adelaide property and various breweries and wineries around Adelaide, Dave Gleeson & Crafty have found a new home for their show and created a unique opportunity for Adelaide music lovers to spend their Sunday afternoons…
As South Australia opens up from recent COvid restrictions and celebrates over a month with no new cases, Gleeso and his merry band of musos are now delivering their weekly show in front of real audiences.… As of July 1, over 100 people can now enjoy being in-house and front of centre with the front man of 2 of Australia’s most beloved rock bands…
From humble beginnings of 1 table of 10 just 3 weeks ago, The Gov is now fully re-opened and reshuffling tables to hold up to 120 responsibly socially distanced music fans for Dave’s #streamingnotscreaming shows every Sunday at 3.00pm.
Gleeso is ecstatic to be back in front of real life living & breathing fans again. What started out as somewhat impulsive reaction to not being able to perform indefinitely, has become a musical journey of sorts for Gleeso. ‘It all started out as a simple idea to run a stream out of my backyard to keep me busy and out from underneath the family’s feet whilst isolating. Fast forward 3+ months and now I’ve got my own show at the Gov… living the dream it would seem…”
Delivering what has been affectionately dubbed a musical version of ‘Hey Hey It’s Saturday’, (their Gene Simmons dolls superseded Ozzie Ostrich) the boys weekly song choices know no boundaries.. starting with the obvious winners in the Angels and The Screaming Jets hits, Gleeso and Crafty have delved into a wide and unpredictable array of songs each week from Chuck Berry, Guns N Roses, The Beatles, to Aussie Crawl, The Doors & Queen. A long-time fan of country music Johnny Cash, Chris Christopherson & Garth Brooks have also made regular appearances in the set, supported by his own admission, Dave’s ‘dodgy guitar playing’. Thankfully he’s been ably supported by local music legend Crafty and new recruit Athol Maxwell-Davis.
There’s never a dull moment with the guy considered one of Aussie rock’s best front-men..  Social commentary abounds, song requests,  Joke of the week, birthday shout-outs and mystery guest appearances, making this is an opportunity for lucky Adelaide music lovers to spend a quality Sunday afternoon with Gleeso and his mates and to SUPPORT LIVE MUSIC…  Lets get back into the pubs and helping Aussie music back on track again…
Whilst the stream remains available on Dave’s Facebook page, The Gov audiences are getting their own value added private show after the cameras have been switched off with the boys continuing to play long into the afternoon…   

Venue: The Governor  - Hindmarsh, Adelaide
When: Every Sunday..3.00pm SA time
Tickets: www.thegov.com.au . Single and group tickets available.

#StreamingNotScreaming Sponsors 
Swell Brewing  
Anderson Hill Winery 
#keeplocalalive 


To maintain social distancing, we require most patrons to be seated in the venue and as such we are unable to allow dancing.
Communal dance floors are currently banned by SA Health.
A sad state of affairs we know, hopefully dancing will be allowed soon!

18+ Event, Under 18's admitted with Parent or Legal Guardian.