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Two Brothers Do Finn Brothers

Friday 09 September
8:00PM - 9:30PM
Resident, Senior, Adult
Two Brothers do Finn Brothers

Booking Information

Transaction fee applies / Online bookings preferred / No walk ins or box office sales outside of box office opening hours / Box office open: Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm, closed public holidays* / *subject to change

Adelaide born and bred brothers Harry and Ned Baulderstone are taking on the music and lyrical genius of the Finn Brothers - Neil and Tim Finn. Playing the music of Split Enz, Crowded House and The Finn Brothers, the lads explore these powerful collaborations and timeless classics in the stunning Domain Theatre while backed by a superb band. Do not miss this local South Australian act performing this show for the first time ever! Includes hits such as I Got You, Four Seasons in One Day, Better Be home Soon and Message to My Girl, plus many more.

Domain Theatre
Tickets $38 & $35 concession, transaction fee applies

No walk ins Pre-book tickets to avoid disappointment.

Disabled, mobility restricted, sight & hearing impaired bookings – purchases and enquiries 8375 6855 Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm (excluding public holidays) or email

Companion Card – phone 8375 6855 Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm (excluding public holidays) or email

Wheelchair/Mobility Seating – Wheelchair and mobility seating available.


Box Office
Business / Organisation Name:
Domain Theatre
08 8375 6855


in Domain Theatre

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