International cabaret sensation Hans will head a star-studden line-up at the Murray Bridge Fringe, the event's organisers have announced.
Fresh from his appearance before an audience of millions on America's Got Talent, not to mention his Pick of the Fringe award win in 2018, the accordion-pumping, glitter-bedecked German will perform at the free party on Sixth Street between 5 and 9pm on February 23.
Joining him on the bill will be some of the Adelaide Fringe's brightest talents: whip-cracking escape artist Tianna the Traveller, 80s rock-themed circus performer Hannah Cryle, red-hot jugglers the Circus Firemen, death-defying illusionists The Showmen and flamenco-folk-rap sensations Ukulele Death Squad.
The street party will also feature a gaggle of local performers, including all-girl brass band DaDux, ukulele player Barney Rebel, acoustic guitarist Mark Bettcher, hip hop dance group Unlimited Feet, young musicians from The Station's Band Connections program and didgeridoo player Harley Hall.
Adelaide Fringe director Heather Croall said she expected the event to be fantastic.
"We have had quality acts lined up and vying for the opportunity to perform in Murray Bridge," she said.
Two ticketed shows will be presented at Murray Bridge Town Hall on the same night.
Adelaide band Koral and the Goodbye Horses will present Go Your Own Way, a tribute to Fleetwood Mac; and comedian Thomas Green will entertain audiences with his show Boom.
- Tickets: adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix.