Late Night Celestial Garden Sound Bath

Dates: Friday 3 and Saturday 4 March 2023

Time: 11:30pm start (Duration: 60 minutes)

Tickets: Full price $64, Concession $54

Location:Bicentennial Conservatory, Adelaide Botanic Garden


Immerse yourself in an extraordinary late-night experience with Celestial Gardens.

In this Adelaide Fringe event, you will immerse, unwind and be one with nature.

The Late Night Sound Bath is a unique experience within a living rainforest where the audience is bathed in a beautiful, otherworldly soundscape created by the plants themselves!

Journey into deep states of relaxation as Sacred Resonance weave a live performance using sounds and vibrations played by the plants as their live electrical data is converted into music.

The music is created by data streamed in real time from the plants, infused and accompanied with cosmic synthesisers, crystal singing bowls, Tibetan singing bowls & other celestial sounds to create a botanical symphony.

For the event you can choose to:

- Use one of our seats or lie /sit at the event by bringing your own a yoga/camping mat and/or pillows/cushions.
- Wear loose, comfortable clothing and consider the weather forecast before you arrive.
- Please bring a bottle of water to stay hydrated. Additional water will also be provided.

Incorporating the live sounds created by plants, this is a relaxing and transformative musical performance.

Please also join us also for our art installation - Celestial Gardens: The Secret Sounds of Plants.

..."Exhale and be transported into the ethereal world of the plant kingdom" ....-Radio Adelaide.

★★★★★ “Highly Recommended” - Planet Sounds.

★★★★★ “Plant Songs: Sound Bath in the Celestial Gardens indeed offered a brilliant and enriching, relaxing experience!” - Radio Adelaide

ICOSA 20: WINNER – Weekly Fringe Award (John Chataway Innovation Award)

Presented by:
Sacred Resonance

Sacred Resonance is a music, art and educational business run by Darren Curtis (B.A Hon. Mus.Tech) and Bradley Pitt.
They develop immersive experiences and multi-media sound installations merging art and consciousness.

Event Information:


Free parking is available on Plane Tree Drive (off Hackney Road) for this evening event.

Toilets are available in the Garden.

Entry and Exit to the event:

Conservatory Gate (B13 on the map), Plane Tree Drive, off Hackney Road.


The event has wheelchair access.


There is no bar available at this event. Please BYO water or snacks, if required.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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