Another week and another host of awesome events we’ve got lined up for you. The end of June is looking pretty busy so don’t miss out on some of the final days of certain spectacular events!
March 28 – July 29 – Colours of Impressionism; Masterpieces from Musée d’Orsay
With over 65 Impressionist pieces from the Musée d’Orsay Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay explores the use of colour which defines the Impressionism movement in art. It includes masterworks by Monet, Renoir, Manet, Morisot, Pissarro and Cézanne. Opening night for Art Gallery members is on March 28th, while for the rest of the public, it runs from March 29th to the July 29th.
Monet's 'Waterlilies' is here at the @artgalleryofsa in Adelaide direct from the @museeorsay in Paris and tomorrow is the day we finally get to officially open the exhibition 'Colours of Impressionism' showcasing 65 Impressionist masterpieces. We can't wait! 💕 #coloursofimpressionism #artgalleryofsa #seesouthaustralia #adelaide
8-23 June – Adelaide Cabaret Festival
YES! It’s back and this fabulous festival is kicking off on the Friday of the long weekend, just in time for us to enjoy EVERY MOMENT OF IT! Established in 2001 and the biggest festival of its kind, Adelaide Festival Centre’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival is a major event in the international and Australian arts calendar. The festival has garnered a reputation of highlighting the best local, national and international artists through an eclectic program of classic and contemporary cabaret performances.
8 June – 5 August – Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2018
The Waterhouse exhibition contains finalists’ pieces from Australia’s premier natural science art prize and commemorates the birth of the South Australian Museum’s first curator, Frederick George Waterhouse. The prize invites established and emerging artists to present their perspectives on the scientific issues facing our planet, and the exhibition ignites thought and debate among viewers. This year, the Waterhouse includes greater opportunities for artists working in a variety of media to explore and comment on natural science and the world around them. The exhibition comprises finalist entries as selected by internationally recognised judges and is a compelling display of science seen through the eyes of compelling artists.
22 June – Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years Of Magic
Celebrate the legacy of Disney in this ice skating spectacular as Mouse-ter of Ceremonies Mickey Mouse leads a parade of characters including Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and an ensemble of Disney Princesses. Be dazzled by the magic of Disney’s Frozen with Anna, Elsa and the hilarious Olaf. Sing-a-long to over 30 of your favourite Disney songs including “Let It Go!,” “You’ve Got A Friend in Me,” and “Hakuna Matata.” Exciting moments from Disney Pixar’s Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Disney’s The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and more will leave the whole family with memories that will last a lifetime.
22 June – WHAT SO NOT
Playing at HQ Complex, to celebrate the release of his long-awaited album, ‘Not All The Beautiful Things’, BBE, Maker, Sweat It Out & triple j are thrilled to announce that the producer that has been spear-heading Australian electronic music scene, What So Not, will be bringing his insane production to Adelaide this June.
23 June – Catherine House Fundraiser
Trouble and Strife have joined with the Power Women to support Catherine House’s 30 Campaign. Together, they’re supporting the essential work of Catherine House by committing to raising funds to help the expansion of their Emergency Program. The expansion of the program will see an increase from 16 beds to a 20-bed service, creating an extra 1,460 nights of safety for women who may be sleeping rough in Adelaide or are escaping domestic violence. 100% of the coffee sales go to Catherine House – Support for Women Experiencing Homelessness. So come on in, buy a coffee, and help to support the women in our community who most need it.
24 June – Wizardy High Tea @ The Stamford Plaza
Harry Potter fan? Then how about this wizard theme High Tea. Theming Mrs Weasley’s sandwiches and classical petite fours. Enjoy a Butter Beer cocktail on arrival, a visit from our master wizard and a magical balloon artist – ready to construct creepy creatures and magical wands for all.
22 June – Flamenco and dinner at The Hoose
Join Hoosegow and Alma Flamenca for a night of Flamenco and char-grilled foods. With an al la carte menu and the sounds of Spain, this will be a dinner not to miss!
27 June – Mayura Station Dinner @ 2KW
A dinner celebrating how all our winter favourites; beef, Japanese whiskey, red wine and dark beer, work in a perfect unison. Mayura Station, established in 1845, was one of South Australia’s first pastoral leases. Operated by the de Bruin family on the Limestone Coast, Mayura Station is one of our country’s most awarded full-blood Wagyu Beef producers. The operation is now home to over 8,000 cattle making it Australia’s largest privately owned full blood Wagyu herd.
29 June – Pendulum at AEC Theatre
One of electronic music’s most important and pioneering acts Pendulum will be embarking on their first live Australian tour in eight years, touring this June and July in celebration of their highly-anticipated fourth studio album The Reworks (out 29 June via Earstorm).
29 June – Sydney Roosters v Melbourne Storm
The Sydney Roosters will again host the Melbourne Storm at Adelaide Oval, with the Round 16 match scheduled for Friday, 29 June at 7.25pm. This clash is the only Roosters v Storm match of the season and will be the first time Cooper Cronk lines up against his former Storm teammates.
29 – 30 June – Hot 100 Winter Harvest
The Convention Centre once again welcomes the Hot 100 Winter Harvest for our drinking pleasure. Meet the makers of your favourite wines with your friends and colleagues. There are also two exclusive degustation dining events so book now to secure your spot!