Did you miss the Australian Army Band when they visited locally last time?
Don’t worry – they are coming back and will be performing at the Eudunda Show.
The Australian Army Band has delighted those who seen them at various concerts in the Goyder area during the year as part of their effort in helping support the area during times of drought. The Eudunda Show Committee are delighted that they are coming back and will be performing at the Eudunda Show for our live music this year.
The show committee has also contacted Ethan Hall to sing the national anthem. You may remember Ethan as “the hiccup boy” who soldiered on through his hiccups to sing the national anthem at the beginning of a baseball game at the Coopers Stadium in Adelaide in 2015. Since then he has also been raising funds for Buy A Bale to assist farmers through the drought.
Thanks to a Community Grant through AGL the show has received funding to assist it with the costs of entertainment this year. The Scouts Archery will be back again at no charge to those participating along with face painting, Paul Duff drawing caricatures and the popular Farm Barn along with Animal Relocation & Education will be a great places to visit and hold and learn about animals. Roaming the grounds will be some very tall characters on stilts and putting on several performances will be Connor Hogan executing stunts with his motorbike. want to go racing cars? Then the ‘Rev it Up Racing’ stand will be just what you need, and its FREE.
St John’s Lutheran School children will do Maypole dancing and children from Eudunda Area School will perform in the marquee before the official opening. Bec Noack’s dance students will also put on a performance in the marquee.
All these things are FREE along with watching the Speed Shearing, Dog Jumping, Hogget competition, old machinery chugging along doing various tasks and all of the displays in the show hall and the horses on the oval. Bring the family for a great day out. So much of the items at the show are free, thanks to our generous Sponsors.