No Fixed Address

with Paradise Club

Thursday 25 March 2021 (opening 7:30 PM)

at The Gov - Main Room ( venue info )
59 Port Road, Hindmarsh SA

**18+ Unless accompanied by Parent or Legal Guardian**

Reserve Tickets

Price includes booking fees

General Admission - Single Entry $40.30
General Admission for 2 $40.30
General Admission for 4 $40.30
Show Ticket for 4 + Table Booking Dinner $40.30

No Fixed Address formed at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) in 1979, before going on to perform throughout Australia and Europe during the 1980s. The band performed at many venues and festivals over the years and were support to many great Australian and overseas artists.
The music of No Fixed Address was initially picked up by local Adelaide FM station 5MMM in early 1980 with the band having four of their original songs in the Top 5 playlist. Later that year the band appeared in the movie ‘Wrong Side of the Road and their music was released on one side of the album of the soundtrack. The movie went on win the Jury Prize for best picture at the 1981 AFI Awards.
During the summer of 1980, NFA joined Cold Chisel on their East Coast tour of Australia, performing their final concert with Chisel at the University of Adelaide. The band released their debut album ‘From My Eyes’ in 1982 through Rough Diamond records, engineered by Little River Band's lead guitarist David Briggs. The band made a film clip for the song at Hanging Rock in Victoria and appeared on ‘Countdown’.
Over the years, NFA have also performed with Men At Work, INXS, Goanna, Midnight Oil, Redgum, Split Enz, Mental As Anything, and international acts, Peter Tosh, Ian Drury, The Clash, in addition to touring the UK in 1984, performing at major festivals and venues throughout England.
No Fixed Address were inducted into NIMA ‘Hall of Fame’ in 2011 and the AMC SA Music ‘Hall of Fame’ in 2016. The band performed live on Marngrook Gand Final footy show, which was televised nationally on NITV. The band later performed at the Saltwater Festival in Broom WA 2018, and more recently at the ‘Share The Spirit’ festival in Melbourne 2020.
No Fixed Address' songs are written from the perspective of Aboriginal youth, their songs reflect their own experiences as an Aboriginal person in Australia. NFA’s songs, sometimes mellow, other times hard hitting, both lyrically and musically, provide audiences with an insight into black Australian music, as it was performed during the land rights era of the 1980s.
No Fixed Address will be back in Adelaide’s Rundle Mall for the launch of No Fixed Address Lane, by the Adelaide City Council on the 25th March 2021 at 11:00am. 
The original No Fixed Address invite all to come along for an enjoyable evening of Aboriginal rock/reggae music, and to celebrate with us, At The Gov the launch of No Fixed Address Lane with special guests Paradise Club.

All measures are taken to ensure COVID-SAFE compliance including:

  • Social distancing with seated tables instead of standing
  • Reduced capacity
  • Sanitiser will be supplied, wash your hands
  • No dancing

18+ Event, Under 18's admitted with Parent or Legal Guardian.