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The refreshing green of bud burst, golden sun, wine and azure seas all great reasons to celebrate with McLaren Vale’s ‘Spring Affair’, the latest edition to South Australia’s festivals.
Nude performer Maude Davey, singing sensation Horse and decadent new INDULGE lounge announced for the November 15-30 festival.
The latest instalment of the Adelaide Music Collective sessions and S.A Music Hall of Fame was another celebration of the amazing industry talent we have in our great state.The running format, which mirrors previous sessions is one that works well and provides a musical tasting platter of our emerging artists, inductions into the Hall of Fame as the main course, and a dessert of established and seasoned veterans who have already written the menu so to speak.
Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Gorgeous Festival in South Australia’s McLaren Vale.…
The Hon Jay Weatherill MP, Premier of South Australia is today celebrating the arrival of the Mentor Me UK winners to South Australia.
Tickets are now on sale for the exhibition Fashion Icons: Masterpieces from the collection of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris (25 October 2014 to 15 February 2015), heralding the countdown to the arrival of Paris fashion event over 90 iconic garments by 55 of the world’s leading fashion designers in Adelaide.
During the month of September, The Collins Bar will be promoting a series of fashion inspired cocktails alongside thriving local fashion company Australian Fashion Labels.
This Friday marks 55 years since broadcasting began at Channel Nine’s Tynte Street Studios in 1959.
Giving up some of his spare time in between performances, former Gawler lad turned singing sensation Wes Carr is thrilled to be performing with Pete Evans’ ‘The Paleo way’ Tour and will star in ‘Rolling Thunder Vietnam’ in August and September.
Morphettville have partnered up with A Night Of Fashion At The Art Gallery to get ready for the Spring Carnival Racing season and are giving you the chance to win an incredible prize!
For Grinspoon fans, there’s good news on the horizon! With the band calling an indefinite hiatus, front man Phil Jamieson is back with mate Scott Russo (Unwritten Law) in a sensational acoustic performance that fans can consider as their ultimate Christmas present.
In the lead up to the spectacular Oz Asia festival commencing this week in Adelaide, the focus shifts to Shandong Province – birthplace of Confucius and of several famous tales such as ‘Red Sorghum’ and ‘Dream Of The Ghost Story’, which are being adapted for stage for their Australian Premiere in September.
All 53 Zambrero restaurants across Australia are hosting free, family friendly stand up gigs on Plate 4 Plate Day, on which Zambrero will donate two meals to the world’s hungry for every single burrito or bowl it sells.
On Monday, 1 September the R U OK? national conversation tour bus stops in Adelaide at Victoria Square, to help make a difference to the issue of suicide in Australia by inspiring locals to ask their mates, “are you ok?” more regularly.
2014 is the 10th anniversary of the Semaphore Music Festival proudly presenting three days and four nights of original, alt. country, roots & blues, rockabilly and nu-folk live music.
If anyone needs reminding of the unbelievable Australian music that defined the 70s, 80s and 90s, then the next a day on the green at Peter Lehmann Wines is the place to be. Fourteen of that era’s most popular artists are set to join for a unique concert with more than four hours of classic hits and memories. The day will be a joyous, fun-filled celebration of the soundtrack of a generation!
Known for their crazy live shows, inventive costumes, and questionable skin infections, Bluejuice have had a string of hits over 3 albums such as ‘Vitriol’ (which still holds the record for most played song on triple j) and ‘Broken Leg’. The band was perhaps cemented in music history as ‘the guys who really couldn’t give a rat’s arse, but played good music anyway’.
With the warmer months rapidly approaching, a new Festival in Glenelg on October 5 aptly called ‘Follow The Sun’ will be a showcase of Australian acts that will provide an amazing experience for several new and emerging artists, who will perform among established veterans such as Bonjah, Paul Dempsey and Dallas Frasca