We have a family pass to give away, thanks to the good folks at the Royal Adelaide Show.
Adelaide musicians will make the silver screen sparkle with a collection of new original live scores for silent classics being performed live at the Mercury Cinema as part of the Adelaide Cinémathèque’s Silent Remasters on Saturday, 8th September.
Dirty Rascal combine a powerhouse rhythm section with guitars, mandolin and lush vocal harmonies and they are bringing those very sounds to Adelaide next month.
Check out some great snaps by Kay Cann.
Working together with Country Arts SA and Ananguku Arts and Culture, artworks are gathered from Adelaide and across the State’s regional and remote communities.
Tech N9ne is one of the gutsiest trailblazers of the hip hop industry to date and on the back of his twentieth studio album Planet, Tech N9ne is still a force to be reckoned with.
It was Adelaide’s media (Anchors) versus our local musicians (Rockatoos) in a friendly match of pretty average footy for a great cause.
It just gets better every year! OzAsia Festival is back in Adelaide with five world premieres, 20 Australian premieres and 22 events exclusive to South Australia are en route to Adelaide.
Courtney Barnett has recently releases her highly anticipated and already acclaimed album Tell Me How You Really Feel and to celebrate, she is bringing it to Adelaide.
On Sunday, August 12, the Anchors took on the Rockatoos in a charity footy match to raise much needed funds for Reclink, an organisation supporting disadvantaged and disengaged people.