Festival season is well and truly among us. And it is around this time that we truly appreciate our reliance on our phones. But the biggest problem every. single. time? Our phone battery dies. But not anymore.
Author Katy Smith
February is packed full of amazing events, so here are some of our favourites to fill the last of your Summer days.
Performer Elton John has announced a final blow out tour to celebrate all his years in the spotlight- and our hearts. Kicking off in the U.S. on September 8th, 2018, the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour will consist of more than 300 shows across five continents (including Australia).
If Matilda The Musical taught us anything it’s that sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty. luckily four-time former Adelaide Festival artistic director, David Sefton, is bringing us (and our kids) the chance to be a little bit naughty at Grounded this Fringe.
For the first time, South Australia’s home of racing, Morphettville Racecourse, together with the Gawler Barossa Jockey Club, will play hosts to a new series of Twilight Racing this January!
Calling all those bike riders and coffee junkies! Mt Lofty House just got a whole lot more cyclist-friendly, with Peloton Pop-Up Cafe opening during the TDU for you can refresh and recharge on the hard slog uphill!
Help out some hard-working doggos by drinking some Rusty Mutt wine while they raise money for Guide Dogs SA/NT.
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) Australia has joined the global cause of Project B – a range of initiatives to widen access to dance for boys and encourage more to take up ballet. In celebration of its upcoming centenary in 2020, the RAD aims to bring dance to more people in more places globally.
The newest addition to Adelaide’s only adrenaline park opens tomorrow!
Adelaide is getting its own adult treasure hunt in 2018. Get ready to outwit, outplay and outlast the other competitors!
Make a New Year’s Resolution for the better, and then see it out at the New York City Marathon in 2018 thanks to the newest marathon package from the fitness gurus at His & Her Time,
Bowel cancer affects around 1,200 South Australians every year. Find out how you can help raise funds and encourage conversation at the 2018 undies run!
Choose the best figs on the trees yourself this weekend!
Christmas parking fines take on a different approach in the Norwood Payneham & Saint Peter’s City Council area.
Ronald McDonald house is collaborating with Build a Bear to bring sick kids messages of hope this Christmas.