• 13 - A New Musical
  • Lee Kernaghan
  • Yes, I Remember it Well
  • Caravan
  • Wombat Stew
  • Mother Africa
  • Soweto Gospel Choir
  • Highway of Lost Hearts
  • Swamp Juice
  • Darren Percival
  • Marina Prior
  • Chooky Dancers
  • Looking Through A Glass Onion
  • Celebration Festival
  • As We Forgive
  • Grace Barbe
  • Johnny Okeefe
  • Russian National Dance Show
  • John Williamsom
  • Nightduty
  • Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
  • The Ten Sopranos
  • Faulty Towers
  • Kevin Bloody Wilson
  • Calendar Girls

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The Emu Tree 13 - A New Musical Calendar Girls Yes, I Remember It Well

Welcome to The Barossa Arts & Convention Centre

A world-class performing arts centre professionally equipped with seating for 991 people.

Some of the world’s biggest entertainers have performed at the venue.

We are incredibly proud to be presenting such a wide variety of performances this year.

We thank you, our patrons for supporting us and the performances we bring to our community. Your continued support has encouraged us to keep building on the variety and the quality of performances presented this season.

The Brenton Langbein Theatre was named to commemorate the late Brenton Langbein, internationally acclaimed violinist and founder of the International Barossa Music Festival.

The Brenton Langbein Theatre, Eckermann Theatre, Foyers, Dance Studio, Dressing Rooms and associated facilities are all available for hire. We offer flexibility in conference or performance mode and we are ideally suited to exhibitions, dinner events, cocktail parties, break out sessions or a registration area.

Our friendly staff at the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre look forward to assisting you with your enquiries.