The much-loved festival also generated a record $95.1 million in gross economic expenditure for South Australia, including $36.6 million in visitor spending – up 24 per cent.
The striking poster design has been created by Adelaide-based multi-disciplinary artist Dave Court, who recently completed Adelaide’s largest street art mural in collaboration with Music SA.
Featuring all the characters from the popular TV series, SeaStar Rock will have kids singing, dancing and playing games as they navigate the sustainability of our oceans.
Stopping for a drink and dance to a live band at each watering hole, this curated mini-festival was created to highlight the often-underrated pub scene and provide punters with a unique and new way of experiencing live music.
Set to introduce a new generation to the dance culture of the 90s with a multi-media party for under 18s, Retro Rave is part of Umbrella: Winter City Sounds.
Between July 15 – 18, Adelaide producer Luke Million, plus a collection of Northern Sound System artists will set up shop in Rundle Mall in an immersive, musical installation.
If you’re feeling down in the cold weather, beat the winter blues and join in the beats, rhymes and positive feels at A Lyric 4 Ur Thought.
Lunar Boogie is the latest venture for Adelaide music collective Endless Grooves, and follows a string of highly popular events, such as Electric Avenue and Disco Paradiso parties, regular club night DISCO Is Not A Dirty Word, and range of world-class touring acts presented via a monthly residency at Sugar nightclub.
In big news for fans of The Black Keys, the band has returned with their long awaited ninth studio album, Let’s Rock.
With influences like Nine Inch Nails and Run The Jewels, the sound of We Move Like Giants is palpable, and drummer Paul Bartlett likens it to the instant energy you’ll find in film trailers.