A one-off FREE live performance by Peter Garrett and The Alter Egos celebrating the University of Adelaide’s activities and research efforts to build climate adaptation and resilience will happen on Friday 10 March.
Here for Good celebrates the work being done by the University of Adelaide to solve sustainability challenges.
Students from the University’s Elder Conservatorium of Music will provide supporting performances.
Environmentalist Peter Garrett is a long-time campaigner on a range of local and global issues.
Peter will be playing songs from his acclaimed album “A Version Of Now” and some other surprises.
The live outdoor event will take place on the beautiful Cloisters Lawn at UniBar, just before WOMADelaide opening night.
All students, staff, alumni and everyone from the University community are welcome to enjoy the event which is free.
Solving known and emerging problems of today and preparing our emerging leaders for tomorrow is the University’s strength. Sustainability guides the decisions that are made, the way the University interacts, and what the community stands for.
The University is committed to a sustainable future and has ambitions to lead and deliver positive and sustainable change for good.
As part of the commitment to sustainability the University has ensured that the Here For Good concert is a carbon-neutral event by investing in savannah burning projects in northern Australia.
What: Here For Good concert
Who: Peter Garrett and The Alter Egos supported by students from the Elder Conservatorium of Music
When: Friday 10 March, 1.30 – 5.30 pm
Where: The Cloisters lawns, off Victoria Drive
Registration: Eventbrite https://Here_For_Good_Concert.eventbrite.com.au