South Australia’s Zephyr Quartet will team up with the excitingly unpredictable visual/performance artist Jo Kerlogue to present MICROmacro, a new music & live improvised visual art performance -guaranteed to get audiences thinking when it hits the 2012 Adelaide Fringe arts festival!
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The State Library of South Australia, in conjunction with Splash Adelaide, is hosting a free family film event featuring the classic black and white 1947 Christmas movie Miracle on 34th Street.
Tim Finn stands as one of our (okay, New Zealand’s) most beloved singers and songwriters. From his solo career, his brief but memorable stint with brother Neil in Crowded House to his defining work with Split Enz, Finn is one of the most praised and admired artists of the last 30 years. With ventures into film, theatre, musicals, as well as a new record deal and album [The View is Worth the Climb] under his belt, Tim Finn is as passionate and remarkable as ever.
Headlining the upcoming Heatwave is none other than rapper, hipster king and Kanye West protege Kid Cudi, best known for his hit songs ‘Memories’ with David Guetta, ‘Pursuit of Happiness’ with MGMT, Lady Gaga-sampling ‘Make Her Say’ as well as his own smash ‘Day n’ Nite’. Kid Cudi joins the already announced Tech N9ne, D12, Obie Trice and CrazyTown.
The Adelaide 36ers will be looking to take back their season in their clash against the Wollongong Hawks tonight at the Adelaide Arena.
Parisian electoclash musician, rapper, fashion designer and party girl Uffie will be performing at Adelaide’s own Electric Circus.
Big Day Out are pleased to announce that the custom-made 14ft high x 40ft wide vert ramp will also play host to its very own ‘stage’ in Adelaide and Perth, and will take over from the main arena as soon as the main stage bands have unplugged. Concert-goers will be able to witness the awesomeness of the world’s best skaters to a live soundtrack by the likes of Mariachi El Bronx, The Bronx, Cage The Elephant and Regurgitator.
Held annually in Adelaide SA, FUSE is the longest running music industry conference and showcase festival in…
Immanuel College student and surfing enthusiast Sam McGill has immortalised his favourite footballer, Crows star Patrick Dangerfield, on a custom-made surfboard, which he has donated to Little Heroes Foundation to be auctioned online.
There is no need to stress about fitting in time to do all of your Christmas shopping this year because a number of different traders have extended hours over the Christmas period.
Jun Chen from Queensland was today announced as the Fleurieu Art Prize Hardys People’s Choice Winner for his work Fertile Fields. Chen’s rich and vivid landscape was overwhelmingly the crowd favourite, and he receives a cash prize of $2000.
Celebrating 7 years as one of the country’s most popular nightclubs, Crippen Place haunt Electric Circus will be ringing in the birthday celebrations with model, DJ and MTV host Ruby Rose, alongside local favourites Loot & Plunder, Stubanga, Lee-Roy, No Sweet, Dancespace and Tink.
Adelaide Band Dangerous! Sign International Record Deal, Launch Debut Album ‘Teenage Rampage’ Dec 17
Adelaide-based band Dangerous! haven’t had a dull moment since forming in 2007, and with the release of their new album Teenage Rampage, the boys – Tommy, Nicky, Jarrad & Liam – are poised for big things. Need proof? The band has just become the first Australian act ever to sign a worldwide record deal with Epitaph Records, and the first South Australian act in years act to sign an international recording contract.
Come and enjoy an afternoon of live music amongst the vines as Tomich Wine and Phoenix Touring presents the Ten Tenors live at Tomich Wine Vineyard.
Adelaide’s East End will be transformed into a summer extravaganza over eight exhilarating Fridays in December and January.
Australian Idol alumni Matt Corby has today announced a full national tour for February 2012. The ‘Into The Flame’ tour will visit all capital cities across the country with tickets on sale from 9am Thursday, December 8.
Leigh Street’s bustling restaurant scene is set to become the ultimate alfresco dining room when the street closes to traffic every Friday, starting on 9 December 2011.
Screen Seekers is the Mercury Cinema’s exciting new holiday program where kids can watch family friendly films on fun themed days. The Screen Seekers film program offers an alternative to the multiplex blockbusters, providing a memorable and entertaining film experience.
Check out the wonderful array of jewellery, vintage fashion, art, plants, books, handmade crafts, gourmet goodies and other delights at the Box Factory Christmas Market this Saturday 10th December.
On Wednesday 7th December, Goyder Pavilion at the Adelaide Showgrounds will be transformed to party central for the annual Ladies of Variety (LOV) Children’s Christmas Party.