Six of South Australia’s best live music acts will join an incredible line-up of international artists and Australian music legends to perform at the Clipsal 500 Adelaide as Music SA’s Bands on Track Support Acts.

Music SA received 134 applications vying for a spot on the Clipsal 500 Adelaide stage and the winners will perform over three nights.

Electro pop act Nakatomi (pictured) and alternative rockers Cabin Cults will support Australian dance acts Peking Duk, Sneaky Sound System, Slumberjack, Benson and Keyes on Friday 4 March.

Noir alt-rockers Koral & The Goodbye Horses and psychedelic rock band Glass Skies will join Australian rock royalty, Icehouse and The Church on Saturday 5 March.

Folk-blues band Wasted Wanderers and indie act Thom Lion & The Tamers will open for Rob Thomas, Pete Murray and The Black Sorrows feat. Vika & Linda Bull on Sunday 6 March.

A group of esteemed judges selected the top bands, including representatives from Warner Music, the Grace Emily Hotel and The AU Review.

Music SA General Manager Lisa Bishop said the acts selected are all incredibly talented and well deserving of this amazing live performance opportunity.

“Bands On Track and the Clipsal 500 Adelaide provide a brilliant opportunity for great South Australian talent to support internationally successful artists with award winning careers. It’s going to be an unforgettable weekend of live and local music.”