A concert featuring the songs of Fleetwood Mac will be among three Adelaide Fringe events coming to the Murraylands in 2019.
Five-piece band Koral and the Goodbye Horses will delve deep into the American act's Grammy award-winning hits and ballads during a one-hour performance at Murray Bridge Town Hall on February 23.
Koral's raw, powerful vocals will be backed up by four-part harmonies and the musicianship of her band - guitar, keys, bass and drums - as they recreate the sounds of the 1970s.
As well as playing in Murray Bridge, the band will present two performances at the Fortuna Spiegeltent in the Garden of Unearthly Delights, in Adelaide's east end.
The show's producer is Connor Jolly, a Murray Bridge ex-pat now living in Adelaide.
"I can't wait to bring this show to my home town and show everyone what I've been working on," he said.
"I know everyone will love it."
Each of the two other Adelaide Fringe events coming to the region will be staged over the same weekend.
Murray Bridge Fringe, a street party featuring food, family fun and local and visiting performers, will be held on Sixth Street on the same night.
The Dupang Festival, a three-day camp-out and corroborree at Long Point directed by Tal-Kin-Jeri dance group leader Major Sumner, will take place over February 22-23.
- Tickets: From $32 at adelaidefringe.com.au.