The perfect start to your Santos Tour Down Under experience is in the heart of Adelaide for the Team Presentation and Free Concert, headlined in 2017 by ARIA Award winners Birds of Tokyo.
Adam Spark, band member of Birds of Tokyo, says the band is excited to play for the crowds at the Adelaide City Council Tour Village.
“This will be a first for us, playing such a unique gig like this. We are wheelie excited!”
Join thousands of fans to welcome the riders of the Santos Women’s Tour and Santos Tour Down Under as they are presented to the crowd for the first time in the 2017 UCI World Tour season.
International voices of cycling Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen will guide everyone through the presentations and tell them who their pick of the peloton are, before the stage is taken over for the evening concert to really kick off the festival’s celebrations in style
Entry is FREE!
- Team presentation: 6:30pm
- Free Concert with Birds of Tokyo: 8:30pm
Tour Down Under Family Friendly Events
There is so much for families to do and see during the Santos Tour Down Under. Here are some highlights and suggestions to make sure you don’t miss out on the action!
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Tour Down Under website
What: Team Presentation & Free Concert by Birds of Tokyo | Tour Down Under 2017
When: Saturday 14 January 2017 | 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where: Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga | Adelaide
Who: Cycling enthusiasts/Birds of Tokyo fans
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