Newly renovated The Holdy in Glenelg is set to become host to one of Adelaide’s newest music festivals, just in time to welcome in the summer season.
HoldyFest will set sail in the beach-side surrounds of The Holdy from Friday, December 2 – Sunday, December 4.
The three day mini-festival is jam-packed with a critically acclaimed live music line-up from all across Adelaide, including JESSE DAVIDSON, STORK, MAX SAVAGE & THE FALSE IDOLS, THOM LION and THE WINTER GYPSY, finishing up on Sunday night with ASH GALE.
Alongside the stellar line-up, there’ll be a pop-up rum bar, street food, flower crown workshop and pop-up barber shop.
Limited tickets go on sale this Tuesday, November 8 through Moshtix, with a few tickets also available on the door each day. There's the option of a 1 day pass for $10, or 3 day pass for $25, so basically you're obligated to buy a ticket cos THAT'S RIDIC.
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