Things to do in Murray Bridge: June 25-July 1, 2021

Find out about All Culture Fest, Murray Bridge Players and Singers' youth show, Shoots 'n' Roots and more.

The music, dance, food and language of people from around the world who now call Murray Bridge home will be celebrated at an event this weekend.

The All Culture Fest, like the Murraylands Multicultural Yuntu-Walun Festival back in March, will showcase the talents of dozens of singers, dancers and performers.

A number of new Australians will also take their oaths of citizenship on the day.

While tickets to the Murray Bridge Town Hall event have been exhausted, Murray Bridge News will be there and will live-stream all the action on our Facebook page.

Murray Bridge Mayor Brenton Lewis said the performance would be something special.

“We encourage everyone to ... bask in the rich cultural, social and religious diversity that is woven into the fabric of the Rural City of Murray Bridge,” he said.

“It’s a great way to learn about other cultures and make new friends.”

Murray Bridge Players and Singers’ youth theatre will present a double bill this weekend – performers not pictured. Photo: Murray Bridge Players and Singers/Trybooking.

Friday

Using Facebook: 10am at Murray Bridge Library. Tech smart training session. Book: 8539 1175.

Barney Rebel: 6-10pm at the Bridgeport Hotel, Murray Bridge. Live music.

Murray Bridge Players and Singers youth theatre double act: 7pm at Green Wall Studio, 24A Joseph Street, Murray Bridge. Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit and The Internet is Distract– Oh Look, a Kitten! Tickets: $15 at www.trybooking.com.

Saturday

River Murray football and netball: Imperials v Mannum at Johnstone Park, Murray Bridge; Mypolonga v Jervois at Mypolonga Memorial Oval; Meningie v Ramblers at Meningie Oval.

Shoots ‘n’ Roots: 4pm-8am Sunday at Frahns Farm, Frahns Farm Road, Monarto. Gather around an open fire; enjoy live music from Bromham, Naomi Keyte, Joe Blake and the Snakes and Katie Pomery; free campsites available; no food or drink available on-site. Tickets: $13 at www.eventbrite.com.au.

Jordan Holmes: 6-10pm at the Bridgeport Hotel, Murray Bridge. Live music.

Murray Bridge Players and Singers youth theatre double act: 7pm at Green Wall Studio. See Friday.

Murray Bridge Community Concert Band will present a special performance at the John Dohler Hall on Sunday afternoon. Photo: Peri Strathearn.

Sunday

Tru Country and Graeme Hugo: 11am-4pm at the Imperial Football Club, Murray Bridge. Murray Bridge Country Music Club event, lunch available. Admission: $12/10.

Murray Bridge Players and Singers youth theatre double act: 11am and 3pm at Green Wall Studio. See Friday.

All Culture Fest: 2pm at www.facebook.com/newsmurraybridge.

Musical performance: 2pm at John Dohler Hall, 31 Swanport Road, Murray Bridge. Murray Bridge Community Concert Band presents a varied and exciting collection of musical pieces, with afternoon tea. Tickets: $15 on the door.

Hannah Smith and Chris Davis: 5-9pm at the Bridgeport Hotel, Murray Bridge. Live music.

Monday

Jordan Holmes: 5-9pm at the Bridgeport Hotel, Murray Bridge. Live music.

Tuesday

Barney Rebel: 5-9pm at the Bridgeport Hotel, Murray Bridge. Live music.

Wednesday

Writing a winning resume: 9-12am at Murray Bridge Library. Workshop with professional writer and editor Heather Sladdin, bring a long an ad relating to the type of work you're seeking. Book: 8539 1175.

Murray Bridge Women in Business lunch: 12.30-3pm at the Swanport Hotel, Murray Bridge South. Guest speaker Paula Dickson of Lucky Ducks, speaking on writing compelling grant applications. Tickets: $22/17 at www.eventbrite.com.au.

Water lillies: 4-5pm at Murray Bridge Library. Creative kids craft session for children aged 5-12. Bookings essential: 8539 1175.

Jordan Holmes: 5-9pm at the Bridgeport Hotel, Murray Bridge. Live music.

Winter Sounds music showcase: 5.30pm and 8.30pm at Murray Bridge High School drama workshop. Light refreshments provided. Tickets: $8/6 at www.trybooking.com.

Thursday

Come and say g’day to Murray Bridge News: 2-4pm at Murray Bridge Community Centre, 18 Beatty Terrace.

Jordan Holmes: 5-9pm at the Bridgeport Hotel, Murray Bridge. Live music.


Let Murray Bridge News know about an upcoming event by emailing peri@murraybridge.news. Events will typically be listed if they are free to attend, raising funds for a charitable cause, occupying a public place, or if the organisers have advertised with Murray Bridge News. For-profit events may be listed at Murray Bridge News’ discretion. Event listings are sourced from local councils, Facebook, Ticketbooth, tourist attractions’ websites and other sources.