For the second year running, Pink Diamond Race Day will paint Morphettville Racecourse pink Saturday 26 November, all in the name of a good cause.
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Ronan Keating, the charismatic multi-platinum Irish music superstar, will thrill his legions of Australian fans when he embarks on a national tour this summer, playing a very special set of concerts in intimate venues around the country.
The final new float in this year’s parade, Penguins ‘R’ Koool, was revealed today having its finishing touches applied ahead of the main event this weekend.
You have less than 20 days to register and build your team and you could win an enclosed and catered box for an AFL match in 2012!
Adelaide’s award winning Cora Barclay Centre for deaf and hearing impaired children is celebrating its 65th Birthday with a Family Reunion Picnic Day on Sunday 13 November from 11:00am until 3:00pm at Walkerville Oval, Smith Street, Walkerville.
Following the release of their Animal EP and on the back of their killer EP launch in their hometown, Adelaide electro-rockers, The Killgirls kick off their Western Australian support tour with Dead Letter Circus on November 17.
Celebrating its 10th birthday year, Windmill’s 2012 season includes two brand new world premiere productions, both directed by Artistic Director, Rosemary Myers.
An exhibition of striking steel sculptures that explores fragmentation, change and perpetuity is now open, adjacent to Adelaide City Council’s Customer Centre in Pirie Street.
Contemporary roots band, The Stillsons, will be finishing off their ‘Earnest’ national album tour with two shows in Adelaide on the 19th and 20th of November. Wade Stokes from Glam Adelaide was lucky enough to catch up with Justin Bernasconi from The Stillsons to talk about everything from the band’s origins, to Earnest and what’s next on the agenda for this talented group of musicians.
On Thursday November 10, ‘Aston Shufflers’ Mikah Freeman and Vance Musgrove hit Rocket Bar ahead of their Won’t Get Lost Tour. And they’re happy to be bringing their europhic electro jams to Adelaide too, as my interview with the duo revealed.
After months of waiting the stunning new Burnside Village expansion was finally be revealed when it opened for trade on Tuesday Nov 1st.
Adelaide Festival Centre invites you to the heart of arts and entertainment in the city for a year-long season of theatre, dance, music and festivals.
The Cruel Sea emerge from the billowy depths to shake off the barnacles and deliver some salty grooves and bone crunching tropidalia in November in Adelaide.
This concert is a multicultural celebration of one of the most flamboyant figures of 19th century music, a true co-operation between the Co-ordinating Italian Committee and the Hungarian Club of South Australia.
The launch of Memoirs of a Suburban Girl will be held on Friday 25 November at Mary Martin Bookshop, 134A The Parade, Norwood. The novel by South Australian Deb Kandelaars is a story of alarming violence, 80’s pop culture and, above all, a young woman’s strength and humour in the face of terrifying domestic violence.
The final concert of the 2011 [email protected] Town closes the series in a magnificent form with a performance by the popular, award winning community choir Cantamus, under the direction of Richard Hornung.
Universally acclaimed singer/songwriter Tim Finn will bring his unique talents to Bird in Hand Winery on February 25, 2012 for a single concert amongst the vines. Finn will play the hits that made him famous from the early Split Enz days, his time in Crowded House with brother Neil, through to his new solo album The View Is Worth The Climb. The title track from the album was co-written with ARIA Award-winning songstress Megan Washington.
It’s time for wineries all across South Australia to dust off the touch footy boots and limber up for the battle of the year – Hutt Street Centre’s 2011 Touch Wine competition.
Today Future Entertainment announced it will present the first ever Future Music Festival Handicap to be run on Saturday, 5th November at Royal Randwick Racecourse.
Funny man SAFM brekkie co‐host Craig Annis has become the Ambassador for MS Society of SA & NT and will host the MS Movie Night Fundraiser ‘The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1’