With March coming to an end we’re sad to say goodbye to our beloved Fringe and Adelaide Festival for another year – but fear not! Coming in early April is The Festival at Basket Range – an incomparable harvest celebration of Adelaide’s best artisan wine, food, and music set to take place in the hills.
If you’re heading up for the wine (like we will be) they’ve got a stack of impressive labels to choose from, all of which showcase the various and unique vineyards around Adelaide – each one tells a story, so if you’re a wine lover this is the place to be to sample some of the best Adelaide has offer. And what’s a bit of wine tasting without pairing it with some delicious, locally produced food by chef Shannon Fleming and his team of foodies – it’ll be cheese galore!
While you’re sitting back enjoying some of our most elegant wines and morish foods, you can also take in the sound of a few local musicians and bands such as Abby Howlett, Junior Bowles, and Naomi Keyte. Check out the full list of musicians on their official website here.
This is a family-friendly and pet-friendly event so be sure to bring the kids and dogs along as well! There’s a stack of interactive activities and all round supremely happy vibes – it’s impossible not to have a great day. Tickets to this event are selling fast, so if you’re planning to head down with a big group – book in advance!
Head over to the official website where you’ll also find the quickest and easiest directions to the event, parking instructions, and a helpful list of things to know to make the most out of the festival.
Make sure you also check out all of their official Facebook page here for updates and a look at what to expect this coming April!