The emphasis on homegrown talent was apparent from the line-up announcement for Laneway 2019. For placing such confidence in our local talent, the organisers of Australia’s biggest nationally touring festival should be congratulated. It also made for a bloody great show.
With pleasantly warm temperatures and a hot line-up, Laneway returned to Hart’s Mill, Port Adelaide on Friday and delivered the goods.
We are now only two weeks away from the Adelaide date for the 2018 Laneway Festival. Here’s a preview of five things we are looking forward to on Friday 2nd February at Hart’s Mill.
Catch Ben Ford-Davies out at the Port at The British on Friday fortnights, before we lose him to the overseas adventures that keep calling him back.
In responding to this awful tragedy, the past week has shown us something new through the solidarity demonstrated by both clubs in grieving Walsh’s death. Transcending tribalism, South Australian football has never been so unified.
“We’ve been to Radelaide many times. We love it. It’s a wonderful, wonderful city. I reckon Adelaide’s the first place I ever had crocodile on a pizza. It was very delicious; like salty, seawater chicken,” says Joe Ryan from Pond.
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