Do you secretly enjoy singing Spice Girls’ smash hits in the car? Or are you more the type who likes to get stuck into a bit of air guitar while belting out an epic 80s rock anthem? Whatever your vision of the perfect karaoke night, Adelaide’s got just the place to make it happen. Simply check out this lot, and you’ll soon be singing your way to good times.
If you want a round of cheap and cheerful fun, nowhere beats La Sing. Whether you’re starting off here or popping in for a little 2am singsong (we’ve all been there), you’re bound to have a genuine blast. You simply pick your song and wait for your turn to dazzle the adoring crown, with plenty of cheap drinks available to keep you amused in the meantime.
“Great food, but the best thing about this is the Karaoke. Nice place to chill out on any night really while eating some fried rice. They do pretty good fried chicken wings too.” – Ellouise
Karaoke, supper, lounges… all three are nice enough on their own, but you get something extra special when you mix them all together. Lyrics offers top service, delectable Asian food, and 16 private karaoke rooms with over 80,000 songs to choose from. Each room is rocking its own awesome theme – from Elvis to Madonna to the suave stylings of the Rat Pack – so no matter what your musical taste, you’re sure to find something to please here!
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A true giant of a venue, Bacchus is three whole floors of drinking, dining and good old musical mischief. Private rooms of varying sizes can be hired, and the elegant, wood-heavy stylings make for a beautiful setting in which to sing along to your favourite hits. The traditional Korean cuisine is well worth a try, and the rooftop bar is perfect for a summer evening.
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Melody is one of those old Adelaide reliables that never fails to deliver. It doesn’t pretend to be anything it’s not, but it still provides great laughs, inexpensive booze and ridiculous attempts at being tuneful deep into the small hours. Private karaoke rooms are available for groups, so gather your mates and prepare to make some noise.
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Karaoke and happy hour go together like Sonny and Cher (before the break-up, anyway), and there’s no better place to head for an old-fashioned singalong than Sue Entertainment. It’s clean, cosy and very popular with the international crowd, thanks to a song list boasting a wealth of English, Japanese and Korean hits. There are also lots of finger food options to choose from, if you’ve worked up an appetite. Singing sustenance sorted.