The legends over at Yewth Magazine are set to host an all-ages, all-day mini-fest at The Ed Castle for the launch of their next print issue on November 19.
The day (and night) is set to be a smorgasbord of local talent in music, arts and culture from the homegrown magazine, with local boys Battlehounds set to headline the show and launch their latest single.
Featuring on the line-up for the night's music along with Battlehounds, are Archers (playing their first and only show of 2016), Hyder Seek, Attila My Honey, and The Smocks.
The event will also feature a number of local market stalls, local beers, and DJs from Swirl Records, On Dit, The AU Review, Created Range, and many more.
Yewth Magazine started in 2014 and has gradually built up a regular readership in both print and online of over 3,000. The magazine has recently excelled in covering local music and culture in Adelaide after absorbing local blog One & Three in early 2015 (and taking on writers like yours truly).
The event is also all-ages, to allow younger punters the opportunity to get a first-hand taste of some upcoming Adelaide music talent.
WHERE: The Ed Castle
WHEN: November 19
WHY: Yewth Mag Print Issue 7 launch
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