Club Cool is a monthly event of live music held at The Gov, on 3rd Sunday of each month.

Club Cool is intended for people with disabilities to mix and socialise amongst their own peers. They generally come along with a Carer, but family and friends also come along.

The Club Cool Team along with the SA Live Music Club, ensure the bands play suitable music to dance to. They are usually known songs from 60’s through to modern. The sound may be loud for some, but they can take refuge if need in the Beer Gardens.

Bands commence around 10:30am, and play for 45 minutes each, with adequate breaks between.

The Gov has all bar facilities available including soft drinks, coffee and teas, as well as alcohol (age permitting of course). They have a Club Cool menu to make orders quick and easy. Staff will bring meals and coffee to you/your table for ease.

The Gov staff pride themselves to serve customers in a polite and timely manner, so please be respectful.

Club Cool is free, however we do like a Gold Coin donation, eg. $2, to go towards the costs of prizes. With the Gold Coin, you get a Door Raffle Ticket, which is drawn after the 2nd band has finished playing.

Club Cool is held in the main room, at The Gov, 59 Port Road, Hindmarsh. Usually people arrive with a Carer, via a Community Bus, or with Family. Public Transport is readily available with Trams stopping directly outside The Gov/Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Car parking is available via nearby streets or paid Car Parks nearby.

Club Cool opens it’s doors at 10:30am, and goes to about 2:00pm when the last band usually finishes, but people may stay on if they wish, usually by 2:30pm.

The Gov does not take seat reservations for Club Cool. It’s a first in – first seat edict.

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