The first of three, free, outdoor music events will kick off this month, bringing live local acts to Adelaide parklands every month until the end of the year.
Playing as part of Going Bananas mini festival of local bands at The Bridgeway this Saturday 3 October, the band will line up with the likes of Chelsea Manor, Struth!, Sweet Jane, Lola, Mum’s Favourite, Nocturnal Animals, Mongrel and The Birds are Spies.
Mum’s Favourites, The Dead Regulars and The Backyarders played to a packed house and Upside’s Kay Cann was there to capture the best moments.
An Italian romance revealing the struggles of long-term relationships.
The Backyarders are a motley crew of multi-instrumentalists combining folk and rock, while garage blues band The Dead Regulars have a special connection to Vault 134, with the band being formed within the four walls of the bank vault. And riff rockers Mum’s Favourite are also everyone else’s favourite, so bring your mum.
South Australia’s newest multi-day festival has been announced; Nature Festival. This 10-day open access event is dedicated to celebrating the role nature plays in the identity of all South Australians.
A new research report by the University of South Australia has found South Australia’s arts festival sector will have plenty of opportunity in the post-COVID economy.
Good time powerhouse, Thunderbus Road, is ready to switch up their game plan this year by stepping away from their ‘non-wine-tour wine tour’ project and charging into a more rewarding venture.
The Adelaide Film Festival has programmed a weekend of screening films shot in South Australia to celebrate the re-opening of cinemas across the state.
Scottish performer, writer and social activist Alan Cumming has been appointed the Artistic Director for Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2021.