Oxfam have been working on this one for some time. On Friday the 20th of September, Oxjam is packing out the Lion Arts Factory and inviting all of you to come boogie. This year, the line up includes Neon Tetra, Oscar the Wild, and Annita.
NOLA presents the first Wonder Beerpourium!
Pouring 26x Moon Dog brews at once & hosting bunch of fun for every person and their dog, bring along your pooch for a day of:
// 26 Moon Dog Brews - including a fresh NOLA Collab Brew!
// Fundraising for SAHARA (Formerly SA Dog Rescue)
// Photography portraits with your dog
// Live Music
// NOLA Hotdogs
// Pupp-Pupp Mini Golf in the laneway
// Puppy Prizes & Awards
// And more dog related things!
*All Friendly & Leashed dogs welcome*
For more info, head to NOLA’s Facebook event
Australian music legends John Paul Young, Russell Morris, Glenn Shorrock, Doug Parkinson and Jack Jones accompanied by the extraordinary 12-piece Day Tripper Band will perform two hours of the most beloved Lennon/McCartney songs.
After a sell-out season in 2016, Adelaide Festival Centre are bringing back The 39 Steps for an extremely limited return season, complete with the stellar original cast.
Pulled into a web of intrigue and deceit, Richard Hannay must evade shadowy organisations and femme fatales, corrupt constables and frisky farmers’ wives. Twisted into knots by skullduggery and suspicion, Hannay must solve the mystery of the 39 steps and save the motherland before it’s too late.
Equal parts farce, clowning masterclass and heart-stopping noir, strap yourself in as four actors perform 130 roles in 100 minutes at breakneck hilarity. It’s Hitchcock at top speed.
Six iconic McLaren Vale wineries will be showcasing some of the best food and wine from the region at Spring Affair on Sunday, October 6. Live music and a range of indulgent tasting experiences will be on offer across the festival, as we spring into some warmer weather.
The ballerina raised to pointe reaches for the sky as the sound of ‘The Sugar Plum Fairy’ fills your ears. Is there anything more beautiful than The Nutcracker?
Let The Australian Ballet artists transport you to another world. Birmingham Royal Ballet’s artistic director has created a gold-standard production of the beloved 19th century classic. Tchaikovsky’s last great score for ballet, with its lively motifs and bewitching melodies, draws us into the story of Clara, a young ballet student celebrating with her family on Christmas Eve. When the clock strikes 12, we enter her dream world and quite frankly, don’t want to return.
Sir Michael Parkinson’s farewell Australia tour is a celebration of the life and career of a man who has interviewed over 2000 of the most important cultural figures of the 20th and 21st centuries.
In conversation with his son Mike and showing highlights from the Parkinson archive, An Evening with Sir Michael Parkinsonis a unique opportunity to get an intimate, informative look at his remarkable journey from the pit village in Yorkshire to the BBC with a talk show that for many defined their Saturday night.
As the new fashion season commences, Vogue Festival will take over the heart of the city from the 17th of October until the 19th of October.
During this three-day program, a plethora of events celebrating Australian fashion, lifestyle, beauty, skincare and more will appear in the city streets of Adelaide. Rundle Mall and Rundle Street will be littered with little pop-ups and fashion events.
OzAsia Festival is Australia’s leading contemporary arts festival engaging with Asia. It presents a bold and exciting line-up of boundary-pushing contemporary arts each year and is revered by audiences and critics alike.
Held annually over three weeks in spring, OzAsia Festival showcases the best theatre, dance, music, visual arts, literature, film, food and cultural events from across Asia. Led by Artistic Director, Joseph Mitchell, its extensive program has included artists from around the world, including countries such as Japan, Korea, China, Cambodia, Denmark, India, Indonesia, Iran, Latvia, Malaysia, Singapore, Syria, the United States, Israel, Thailand, the United Kingdom, The Philippines and Australia.
For the full program, more info and tickets, head here.
Enjoy a delightful array of dishes, flavours and cuisines, and eat your way around Asia with an extensive menu of BBQs, curries, stir fries, noodles, and of course, dumplings. A variety of enticing desserts, Vietnamese iced coffee, bubble tea, Japanese sake, beer and great South Australian wines will ensure that everyone has a good time.
With an incredible line-up of local and international artists and music including the QBE Outdoor Music Sessions, the vibrant Lucky Dumpling Market is the perfect place to spend a sunny day, casual balmy night, or time between OzAsia Festival performances, all on the banks of the beautiful River Torrens.
For venue map and more info, head here.
From Saturday, 26 October until Sunday, 27 October, the Adelaide Vegan Festival will bring together local vegan and non-vegan communities to celebrate and promote a vegan lifestyle and vegan products. The festival was founded in 2007, aiming to explore a diverse vegan lifestyle and show how a few easy adjustments can lead to a more compassionate way of living.
The fun family and pet-friendly festival will include guest speakers, cooking demonstrations, live music, workshops, plenty of market stalls and even activities for the kiddies.
For more info, program info and tickets, head here
Held in the magical setting that is the Queens Theatre, gathered. is so much more than just a market, it's an event! Handpicked South Australian vendors with live acoustic entertainment, beautifully styled spaces to relax and enjoy some delicious food + drink, workshops to keep you creatively entertained + more!
For more info, head to the Gathered website
Australia’s biggest Cheese Festival and only Fermentation Festival has been combined into one location over two days this Spring. Celebrating the match made in heaven – Cheese and Wine – with all things fermented has never looked (or tasted!) so good. Whether you’re a die hard foodie, a craft beer fanatic, a home fermenter, Australia’s top wino or you simply want to have a picnic and enjoy the live music with your friends and family, CheeseFest is the place to be.
Over one hundred food and beverage stalls featuring SA (and Australia’s) best and brightest cheese, food and beverage producers with fresh, local produce will feature in the picturesque setting of Rymill Park
For more info and tickets, head here
This year Porchland are expanding to 15 artists across two stages, inlcuding the likes of Dead Roo, Ollie English, Ruby Gill, Tom West and more!
They're also introducing Brunchtown, a collab with local flavour kings @thegangco where you can find yourself brunching on 15 different food plates and bottomless bloody marys in a secluded corner of the festival.
With a career spanning over more than 50 years, Sir Elton John will return to Adelaide for the 16th time this December and bless his fans with the songs they all know and love.
After performing his first show here in 1971, Sir Elton has always held Australia very close to his heart and can’t wait to get down with an Aussie crowd later this year.
Calming melodies and hearty piano riffs will complement Elton’s angelic voice echoing throughout Botanic Park.
Crowd favourites Rocket Man, Tiny Dancer and Bennie and the Jets are sure to create an unforgettable vibe. He’s performing in Adelaide on 2 nights so snap up your tickets before they’re gone!
Tickets via Ticketmaster.
Header image via Elton John Facebook.
A good DJ can make any night enjoyable, but a great DJ can make a night memorable - and that’s exactly what Hot Dub Time Machine delivers. With his unique countdown style shows, Hot Dub Time Machine AKA DJ Tom Loud (Tom Lowndes) has been producing shows which music punters around the world have learned to love.
Taking the best music from the 60’s all the way to the present days, his unique show gives a sample of iconic songs. This year Hot Dub Time Machine will make a return to Adelaide for the McLaren Vale Wine Machine this December = the perfect excuse to let your hair down and party.
For more info, read our article here
The Clash tribute band London Calling, will be making the trek from the UK all the way to The Gov’s band room this July. Most likely filled with fans of The Clash, London Calling is sure to ignite a powerful vibe in the band room, with everyone in the crowd sure to be singing along to iconic Clash favourites.
The show has been labelled ‘a breath-taking night of nostalgic punk’ by the Swindon Advertiser, taking The Clash fans back to the songs they’ve loved since the beginning.
Find tickets via Oztix here.
Header image via London Calling.
After releasing a brand new album last October, Hellions are super keen to tour Australia in May. With support from four incredible artists including The Beautiful Monument, Yours Truly, DREGG and local boys Sleep Talk, the gig should be pretty epic.
Having worked on putting together the album and tour for a long time coming, the boys promise to share new songs from latest album, ‘Rue’, as well old classics. They’re also planning on performing some songs they’ve never performed before.
Expect it to be loud and intense - this gig isn’t for the weak hearted.
Grab your tickets here.
Header image via Hellions Facebook.
One of the most epic co-headline tours is about to hit one of Adelaide’s best live music venues; The Gov. The Story So Far and Basement will be bringing their punchy lyrics and grungy sounds to the tour, to bless the ears of fans who haven’t heard them perform in Adelaide for, well, too long.
Basement had their fans on edge for a little while back in 2012, where they announced an indefinite hiatus after completing a tour in the US. Thankfully, the boys came to their senses and returned with more of what we love. Let’s not think about what would’ve happened if they didn’t. On the night. the opening riffs to Promise Everything will have those in the front row going mental, as well as upbeat tracks Disconnect and Be Here Now, from the new album Beside Myself .
The Story So Far, known mostly for their heavy bass-lines, and Parker Cannon’s classic punk rock style of singing, are somehow also just as great when it comes to their slower songs - huge reference to Loro and Upside Down. With 4 albums in the bank, TSSF have a multitude of music for fans to froth over, with their latest album being the one they’re most proud of.
With both bands having released new music late last year, this will be the first time their most recent albums will be played to an Adelaide crowd. I can confidently say that all fans will be just as excited to hear them perform.
It’s gonna be one hell of a show - grab your tickets here.
Images via Basement & The Story So Far Facebook.
The story behind Cub Sport is possibly the cutest band story you’ll ever hear about. Members Tim and Sam grew up together, where they were best mates for almost a decade, before realising they were in love.
Both coming from religious families, their love was hard to express and come to terms with, but through their music they’ve been able to tell their unique story which has positively impacted a lot of fans. In turn they’ve been able to let go of years of fear and shame surrounding their relationship.
Writing songs about coming out, acceptance and being true to yourself, the boys’ epic love story has helped transform them into the influential band that they are today - campaigning for LGBTQI rights very heavily on their social media.
With a couple albums under their belts, new and old Cub Sport fans are in for a treat with performances from both BATS and This Is Our Vice sure to be heard on the night.
Tim will no doubt be seen with his iconic unbuttoned shirt look, and the crowd will with absolutely no hesitation be seen swaying, smiling, potentially even crying, as arguably the most moving Cub Sport song Come On Mess Me Up takes the stage.
Cub Sport really do know how to get down. Come along for a show built on love, pride, acceptance and most importantly fantastic music.
Grab your tickets here.
All images via Cub Sport Facebook.
Raspberry Beret, Purple Rain, When Doves Cry - 3 strong indicators of intense 80’s pop, and also the soundtrack fuelling every person who believes they were “born in the wrong era”.
Held at the Rhino Room, the Prince tribute night will return for the third year running and has plans to be just as intimate and exciting as before. The guys behind the bar will also be serving up “Purple Rain” cocktails all night for all you fans.
Should be a fantastic night paying homage to an icon.
Tickets via the Facebook event here.
Header image via Rest in Prince.
Sleep Talk will tear up the Cranka band room on April 5th, where they’ll be joined by fellow Adelaide pals Dress Code and Colourblind. Having played with some huge names including Turnstile, Endless Heights, Citizen and Turnover - Sleep Talk have managed to maintain a unique sound of their own.
‘Everything in Colour’ - the title track of what is to be their debut album, was released as a single in February this year and is a good indication to fans on what to expect from the album. Essentially, it’s a piece of work that most accurately represents what the band is all about.
The single is punchy, hearty and really draws you in with its alluring and calming vibe, before it goes a little more wild about halfway through. The juxtaposing vocals towards the end of the track are also a nice inclusion, and really complement the differing sounds.
The music scene in Adelaide is insane, and this gig will be no exception.
Don’t miss out on seeing it for yourself - grab tickets here.
All images via Sleep Talk Facebook.
Odette first burst onto the music scene in 2018 with her eerily soothing track Watch Me Read You. Since then, the 22 year old who’s originally from England, has released her debut album titled To A Stranger.
After an amazing cover of Magnolia by Gang Of Youths on Triple J’s Like A Version, Odette no doubt gained a bunch of new adoring fans.
Catch her at The Gov on March 30th.
Find tickets via Oztiz here.
All images via Odette Facebook.
Girls Rock Adelaide are a not-for-profit organisation focusing on empowering female, trans and gender non-conforming youth between the ages of 10 and 17. Girls Rock usually run week-long camps throughout the year, where their main aim is to encourage involvement, creativity and confidence within the music scene - but at the end of the month they will be hosting a fundraising event with an impressive lineup featuring Heaps Good Friends, Dead Roo, Teenage Joans, Hey Harriet, and Contract Love.
It’s an all ages event held at the Lion Arts Factory, a space that Girls Rock aim to be free from sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, or discriminatory behaviour of any nature. The gig will also be wheelchair accessible and strobe lights will not be used - making the event welcome to all.
Come along to support a great organisation built on empowerment and inclusion, and hear some epic bands perform at the same time!
Find tickets here.
Header image via Girls Rock Facebook.
Canapes and Cocktails is a unique act which blends various theatre styles including clowning, sketch and improv. Jeromaia Detto has developed his playful technique through his work in many different professions.
Detto is a well-known name in the Sydney improv scene, having performed over 250 shows since 2013. He is more than excited to be performing at the Adelaide Fringe again this year.
Read more about the show here.
Header image via Jeromaia Detto.
Sydney gal Rose Callaghan will return to the Adelaide Fringe again in 2019, with a brand new show; 12 Rules For Life.
With emphasis on contentious topics including equal rights and freedom of speech, Callaghan’s show aims to explore and answer the question: do men need YouTube masculinity coaches - or just a hug and a mental health plan?
Find more info and tickets here.
Header image via Rose Callaghan.
WOMAD - one of the most magical events to happen in Adelaide.
When broken down, WOMAD means Word Of Music, Arts and Dance. International acts such as Gwenno and The Correspondents will make the trek to Botanic Park this March, while this year’s lineup also hosts Aussie acts including John Butler Trio, Julia Jacklin, Kaiit, and Thelma Plum. Adelaide’s very own Tkay Maidza and Timberwolf will also perform.
Set amongst the stunning scenery of Botanic Park, WOMAD encourages green initiatives including the use of reusable cups, as well as compostable and recyclable cutlery and plates, to preserve the parks beauty. WOMAD also works in partnership with Greening Australia, with a small portion of every festival ticket sale going towards tree plantings. Also offering an extremely diverse selection of food options, there is something to cater for everyone at WOMAD.
Tickets prices vary for day and night packages - group bookings are discounted, so round up your troops and get around this incredible festival.
View the full lineup and find tickets here.
All images via Jack Fenby.
After taking home prestigious awards at the 2018 Melbourne Fringe as well as the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe, the three women of Casting Off aged in their 30s, 40s and 50s, will be bringing their show to the Adelaide Fringe between the 5th and 17th of March.
The performance aims to explore and challenge stereotypical circus themes, whilst also serving as an empowering act to all females.
Find more info and tickets here.
Images via Casting Off.
Comedy duo Danni Ray and Keely Windred are bringing their hilarious act, Dazza and Keif Go Viral to the Adelaide Fringe in 2019. The act is set in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, where desperate B-boyz, Dazza and Keif, are busy trying their luck at becoming YouTube sensations.
When the lads go viral for a video that was never supposed to make YouTube, they must learn to deal with the backlash - shining a light on many valuable lessons as they go.
Don’t miss what’s bound to be a great show.
Find tickets here.
Venue: The National Wine Centre, Cnr Hackney and Botanic Rd, Adelaide, SA 5000
Dates: 2 - 8 March, 2019 (no show Monday)
Tickets: Full $26, Conc $23, BankSA customer: $20.25, BankSA Support Act: $20
Ever heard someone say ‘we danced all night long’ and never fully believed that they actually meant all night long? This exciting new Adelaide Fringe event will quite literally have people dancing, ALL. DAY. LONG.
It’s a 12 hour event starting at midday, where the last dancer standing will take home a generous prize of $1000 cash, and maybe a blister or two. Along with loads of dancing, event goers can expect food trucks, DJs and a cocktail bar to keep them going even when their feet seem as though they won’t.
Event organiser, Callum Dinnison, says it’s been in the works for a few years now and is hoping his unique party idea becomes an annual Fringe favourite.
All in all, a great day - with 10% of bar sales being donated to a charity of Dinnison’s interest.
Find more information about the day and secure your tickets here. Don’t miss your chance to be crowned Adelaide's Dance Marathon Champion!
Images via Dance Marathon Adelaide Fringe Facebook.
With members branching from both Sydney and Melbourne, this girl gang really knows how to work the stage. Haiku Hands are more than just musicians, they incorporate dance routines and intricate light shows at each of their gigs, making their performances all the more impressive.
The girls toured with Bloc Party in Adelaide late last year, which was an epic experience to all who came down early to see them perform. They did what they came to do, and really got the crowd going for the main act with their catchy tunes Jupiter, Not About You and Squat.
Catch Haiku Hands performing at Fat Controller on Friday March 1st. Expect lots of energy, bright lights and an all around good vibe if you’re planning on heading along.
Tickets via Moshtix.
Images via Haiku Hands.
O’Fiesta is happening once again in 2019 and is here to help you ring in the new uni year, minus the homework part.
This year’s lineup features festival favourites,The Jungle Giants and Confidence Man, as well as Vera Blue, who after appearing on The Voice Australia has now worked her way into the Australian festival scene where she is well-loved.
Japanese Wallpaper will also perform on the day, bringing with him his pop-synth sounds that are sure to have everyone in the crowd swaying in total euphoria. Latest single ‘Fooling Around’ has the potential to be a favourite for the day, while older tunes including ‘Forces’ and ‘Waves’ will have die hard fans swooning.
Images via Japanese Wallpaper Facebook.
Tickets are cheaper if you’re enrolled at Flinders, which is super helpful as uni students love to tell everyone how broke they are. All other general tickets are a tad more expensive, sorry about that.
Either way, don’t miss out on what’s set to be a fantastic day. Grab your tickets here.
Header image via The Jungle Giants Facebook.
For one night and one night only, this exciting cabaret act will jazz up the Arkaba Hotel.
The group features performers:
Kerry & Bonnie on Vocals
Richard Coates on Keys
Quinton Dunne on Double Bass
Josh Chenoweth on Trumpet
Yuri Markov on Drums
It's sure to be a great night full of nostalgic jazz hits.
Don’t miss out. Find out more and grab tickets here.
Header image via Blonde Bombshells Of Jazz.
After a sell out show at the Edinburgh Festival in 2018, Anna Nicholson is bringing her energetic comedy show Woman Of The Year to the Adelaide Fringe in 2019.
The show follows four competition nominees, each vying for the opportunity to take home the acclaimed ‘Woman Of The Year’ title. With emphasis on female empowerment, Nicholson aims to create a sense of community within her audience as she pokes fun at the flaws of each nominee, celebrating all of their imperfections as traits to what makes them who they are.
None of Nicholson’s shows are ever the exact same, with the audience being heavily involved in the direction of the story, playing the vital role in choosing which nominee takes home the title ‘Woman Of The Year’.
Images via Anna Nicholson.
After successful shows in London and Edinburgh, Matt Hyde will be performing his comedy show ‘Honest’ for the first time in Adelaide at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe. The story follows a guy called Dave, as he stumbles through the city on a very drunken night out.
Vowing to speak truthfully to all he encounters on his night out, Dave, as expected, gets into some trouble.
The show will be performed in the bar at Treasury 1860 - the perfect location for this kind of production.
Find tickets here.
All images via Honest.
Catering for a maximum of 10 audience members, this unique Fringe show takes place in a caravan. Cabin Fever performed by Dianne Reid, focuses on combining dance, physical theatre and video projection in unexpected places - like a caravan.
The 30 minute show will have all audience members up and moving!
Preview: Tuesday 19 Feb @ 7pm
Shows: Wednesday 20 Feb @ 5pm & 7pm, Thursday 21 Feb @ 3pm, 5pm & 7pm, Friday 22 Feb @ 3pm, 5pm & 7pm
Read more about it here.
Header image via Cabin Fever.
Written and performed by Alexander Richmond, The Marvellous Snake Boy, is an interactive show - but one that stresses not to be afraid to sit in the front row.
Richmond is based in Sydney and has a world of experience in many areas including stand-up, improvisation, sketch comedy, and musical theatre to name a few. He aims for his audience to question his show, and have fun exploring its ridiculousness.
Where: Live from Channel Nine Tandanya
When: 9:45PM on the 15th - 17th and and 20th- 24th of February
Find more info and tickets here.
Header image via The Marvellous Snake Boy.
Welcoming established American comedian, Steve Chang, to the 2019 Adelaide Fringe with his comedy act, A Complete Waste Of Time. After quitting his job and heading to Peru to explore the world of psychedelics, Chang returned with a new-found outlook on life - one which led to the creation of this show.
With fantastic reviews from both the Hollywood and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, A Complete Waste Of Time will certainly be an interesting show to say the least!
Find more info and tickets here.
Header image via A Complete Waste Of Time.
Punk rock. Two words that are basically synonymous with Frenzal Rhomb.
The closest thing to an Australian Blink 182, and the type of band that was most likely blasted at skate parks in the 2000s, Frenzal Rhomb, will rock out HQ on the 15th of March.
Expect it to be very loud. Pick up your tickets here.
Header image via Frenzal Rhomb Facebook.
Exploring all the weird and wacky characters you come across when living in a share-house, this duo draw from their own experiences in their latest cabaret act The Worst Little Warehouse In London. Nominated for Musical Theatre Review’s Best Musical Award and Broadway World’s Best Cabaret Award at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Adelaide Fringe is in for a treat.
Shows run for an hour, and are performed nightly between the 15th February and the 3rd of March - excluding Monday’s.
Read more about the show and secure tickets here.
Header image via The Worst Little Warehouse In London.
For the first time ever, Joanne McNally, is bringing her comedy show Wine Tamer to the Adelaide Fringe, all the way from Ireland.
After gaining popularity in the UK, McNally can’t wait to show Adelaide what she’s got.
Dates: 15-17 February, 22-24 February and 1-3 March
Times: Varies depending on day
Find out more info and grab tickets here.
Header image via Joanne McNally.
Born and bred in SA, Kel Balnaves is bringing his comedy tour back to Adelaide after spending some time touring the country.
Balnaves, who grew up in the Adelaide Hills, has also become a regular guest on a number of P&O Cruise Ships, but says there’s nothing like a hometown crowd - especially during the Adelaide Fringe. He’s also had the pleasure of supporting other Aussie comics including Fiona O’Loughlin, Dave Hughes and Tom Gleeson, building on his own personal style during this time.
Drawing inspiration from his Adelaide upbringing, the show is sure to provoke a lot of relatable laughs for all South Aussies.
Find out more about the show and secure your tickets here.
Images via Kel Balnaves.
Adelaide artist Ahmed ElKhalidi will be displaying his artwork at The Mill during the 2019 Adelaide Fringe. His art focuses on his journey from Jordan to Australia. ElKhalidi has been featured in various galleries and exhibitions and has worked on many projects globally.
The event is free so make sure to get down there and show Ahmed some support.
The opening night is on Tuesday February 12th at 6pm.
Exhibition continues between 10-5pm daily until the 23rd of February.
Header image via Swapped At Birth.
Name a more iconic 80’s movie, I’ll wait.
Dirty Dancing is hitting the Sunset Cinemas in 2019!
For just $10 you’ll get to see arguably the greatest dance scene in all of dance history, cue Lover Boy, whilst relaxing in the gorgeous scenery of the Uleybury Winery.
Food will be available for purchase at the Bottega Kitchen between 6-8pm, so snacks are taken care of.
Be sure to bring your picnic blankets, pillows and fold-up chairs to make the most of the night.
And remember, nobody puts baby in the corner.
Tickets via Eventbrite.
Images via Sunset Cinema - Dirty Dancing Facebook event.
Arguably one of the best days on the Aussie music calendar, Laneway returns to Adelaide in 2019 to bring a little bit of magic to the Western suburbs.
Crowd favourites Gang Of Youths will be headlining the day, majority of fans I assume making the trek purely for Dave Le'aupepe’s infamous dance moves. And what’s a festival lineup without Skegss?
Many female acts including Camp Cope, Courtney Barnett, Ruby Fields and Jorja Smith are also set to hit the stage - a nice addition to the often male dominated lineups.
Laneway will take place on the 8th of February and being it’s 15th year running, will no doubt be one to remember.
Grab your tickets and view the full lineup here.
Images via St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival.
One night, two stages and a whole lotta local talent. Swirl Fest, courtesy of Swirl Records, is back for the third year running, this time taking full reign over the Crown and Anchor and Chateau Apollo.
Crown and Anchor, voted ‘Best Music Venue’ in the 2018 SA Music Awards and host to another one of Adelaide’s favourite one day festivals; A Day of Clarity, guarantees Swirl Fest punters a fantastic experience.
Homegrown legends Colourblind, Zen Panda and Dead Roo will hit the stage on the day, as well as Siamese, who will bless the crowd with their distinctive grungy sound one last time after announcing their split late last year.
The lineup also features various interstate acts including Baby Blue, Vintage Crop and Foam. Sounds pretty bloody good to me.
Find the full lineup and tickets via Moshtix.
Images by Swirl Records.