Adelaide Festival Centre today revealed new contemporary 10 year anniversary programming for this year’s OzAsia Festival which runs from 17 September – 2 October.
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Get ready Adelaide! Come and join your ultimate arts and craft hero Mister Maker, who is coming back to town with his brilliant, fun and interactive live show tomorrow at the Adelaide Festival Theatre.
The latest Pokémon craze in Adelaide has led to the launch of an exclusive bus tour around the city, promising to make catching the latest Pokémon, a fun, safe and social activity.
With all of last week’s announcements surrounding the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under, a new cycling enthusiast and family festival has also been unveiled.
Mister Maker is back in Australia with a brilliant, fun and interactive live show – and we had a chat to him before his Adelaide performance next week!
Book a ticket, don your most fabulous outfit, grabs some friends and head to this glamorous lunch, where you can enjoy bubbles, fabulous local cuisine, and a parade.
Watch the sunset at Port Willunga, underneath the cliffs, while you sip fine wine, and enjoy a long table dinner in the sand. This is one event not to miss.
The 2017 Santos Tour Down Under race routes have been unveiled today at the event’s official launch.
A collaboration between some of our favourite wine and art is coming together thanks to the eternal shrine to wine and beauty, Instagram!
McLaren Vale played host to record numbers as the 24th McLaren Vale Sea & Vines Festival was celebrated over the June long weekend.
Adelaide, hold on to your hats. You loved her at Fringe, and now sensationally talented, Adelaide performer Anya Anastasia is having an exclusive preview of her new show ROGUE ROMANTIC coming up at The Henry Austin
Alpine Winter Village is Winter’s answer to the Mad-March festival season, complete with ice rink, apres ski lodge and an Australian take on traditional European Christmas markets.
Kristian Nairn aka HODOR has returned from the dead and will be heading down under this October, holding the door open for some of the most anticipated gatherings since the beheading of Eddard Stark.
Opening tonight, the 16 day spectacular features 150 performances starring more than 425 artists from Australia and worldwide all produced and presented by Adelaide Festival Centre.
On the first Friday of every month, the Art Gallery keeps its doors open until 9pm, treating culture goers to live music, curator talks and guided tours at their aptly named event: First Fridays.
On the eve of the 24th Festival, the McLaren Vale Sea & Vines Festival event organisers are expecting a record attendance of over 27,000 people to visit the iconic South Australian wine region for a weekend of indulgence, decadence and delight.
In a monster bill, both complementary and inspiring, You Am I, Something For Kate and Spiderbait will team up for the first time for an onslaught through a day on the green wineries in November.
In just under two weeks, Australia’s national roller derby tournament, The Great Southern Slam (TGSS), will be held here in Adelaide over the June long weekend.
Following sell-out success in Adelaide in 2015 the burlesque extravaganza, Cabaret de Paris is returning to Her Majesty’s Theatre for three performances only.
If you love witnessing exceptional talent, and want a wonderful evening out, make sure you head along.