Enjoy a robust collection of styles and influences from a stunning range of local emerging stars and established international performers for its 11th annual festival. Find out more »
We're so glad to see this return - the annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival will once again be commencing on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June. Find out more »
Celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the home of Barossan hospitality at 1918 Bistro & Grill, with our Centenary Winemakers Dinner. Set over long Barossan tables and nestled amongst open fire places, Seppeltsfield Winemakers, Fiona Donald and Matthew Pick, along with 1918 Head Chef, James Lawrie will take you on a true epicurean journey of the times. Highlighted by a five course set menu inspired by 100 year old Barossan recipes and matched with Seppeltsfield's finest wines; you’ll commemorate the… Find out more »
With the success of Guitars in Bars in 2017, featuring 555 artists across 160 events state-wide, the Adelaide Guitar Festival is bringing it back in 2018. Guitars in Bars is taking the AGF to the usual and unusual venues, spaces and places across South Australia with a series of free and ticketed events. Enriching and diversifying Adelaide’s live music scene, we invite musicians and venues from around the state to be part of this great winter music festival. Find out more »
Treat yourself to an afternoon of decadence in Ginza Miyako at our luxurious Sunday High Tea. You will experience an unique High Tea with Japanese and French twist. Many items are exclusively found at Ginza Miyako. It also includes a complimentary glass of sparking and unlimited flow of espresso coffee and tea. It is perfect for bridal/baby shower, birthday party or even just an excuse for a girls' catch up afternoon. Not only girls, we have a bento box full… Find out more »
The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a state-wide festival of Visual Art. The SALA Festival was established in 1998 to promote and celebrate the many talented visual artists in South Australia. Our aim to extend audiences remains a cornerstone of the Festival, and as an umbrella organisation we have continued a policy of inclusiveness allowing all artists at any level and working in any medium to be part of our annual SALA Festival every August. Find out more »
This four day celebration of the world’s most popular instrument curated by internationally renowned Australian guitarist Slava Grigoryan will be a true showcase of the guitar. Find out more »
The Adelaide Film Festival celebrates the moving image in all its glorious forms. Over 11 days, ADL Film Fest fills the city and surrounds with feature films, documentaries, shorts, animation and new media works. In cinemas, galleries and on the street, #AdlFF sends you around the globe in a cinema seat. Come revel in the ideas and artists that enliven the screens in our lives. Find out more »
One of the most popular festivals to hit Adelaide would have to be the Adelaide Fashion Festival. This is an event that highlights and celebrates Adelaide's dynamic creative industries. Find out more »
OzAsia Festival is Australia’s premier international arts festival focusing on Asia. Find out more »
The Melbourne Cup Carnival, where the best dressed come out to play. This year, fun meets fashion in an electrifying atmosphere, as Flemington plays host to a wide variety of Fashion events, competitions and more. Find out more »
Feast is Adelaide’s only not-for-profit LGBTI Queer Arts and Cultural Festival that celebrates Pride and Diversity. Feast began in 1997 providing a safe and inclusive platform for the LGBTIQ community to share and express themselves through art and culture. Feast is one of 10 major Festivals in South Australia and is the 3rd largest LGBTIQ Festival in the country. Feast is an International event, bringing performers from all over the world. Find out more »
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