The Down By The River program launch takes place at Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute on 27 July at 2pm, as part of Umbrella: Winter City Sounds.
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.
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.
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.
Adelaide-based music and arts festival Flip-Side returns for the second year in a row, focusing on local and female talent.
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.
AltFest is a very welcome addition to Adelaide’s live music landscape. At a time when many performance venues are closing their doors, the organisers of this new mini-festival should be applauded for investing in original live music, including Woodville City Council for opening the doors of its town hall for the event.
Auntie Boo’s Variety Diner had it all…with a meat tray raffle to boot.
Internationally acclaimed comedy goddesses, Tash York and and Boo Dwyer, come together to deliver the most heartwarming, laugh out loud, sing along dish of petty you could ever want in Petty Bitches… a brilliantly delightful blend of humour, pettiness (of course) and 90’s pop culture references.