Jack Greens @ James Place: This past Wednesday, a second Jack Greens opened in the CBD. A healthy-eating hub, Jack Greens emphasises the philosophy of eating green, and does so by placing the spotlight on environmental sustainability, and by sourcing its food from South Australian producers. Not only does Jack Greens focus on eating healthy, but they also place value on the passion of life and food, and their cafes facilitate a space to "meet, greet, chill, vibe, collaborate, converse, create, be inspired, and ultimately, have fun."
Jack Greens: James Place, open Mon-Fri 7:30AM-4:30PM (and Waymouth St.) open Mon-Fri 7AM-5PM
Adelaide Land Rover Polo In The City @ Victoria Park: Polo In The City promises to deliver a rare opportunity to witness the the excitement of the world's fastest-growing spectator sport from within a festive atmosphere. The vibrant also offers music, food, and drinks, to keep the party going all afternoon.
Adelaide Polo In The City, 3:30-8:30PM
Tickets available at Ticketek.
The Secret Life of Pets @ Botanic Gardens Moonlight Cinema: Australia's top open-air cinema is back, premiering advance screenings, new releases, and cult favourite movies. This Friday, Moonlight Cinemas give all pet-lovers the opportunity to see the newly released, highly acclaimed film, The Secret Life of Pets, and bring their furry friends along with them.
Tickets available here.
(Catch 'Moana' and 'The Magnificent Seven' on Saturday and Sunday respectively.)
Dedication to the Weeknd @ Hacienda: Party on to Starboy's greatest hits.
Hot Dub Wine Machine @ McLaren Vale: The highly anticipated Hot Dub Wine Machine concert has finally arrived. Hosted among the vineyards at the iconic Serafino Winery at McLaren Vale, the event is a celebration of the diversity of Australian music, with a specially curated line up of the best of Australian entertainment. Not only will guests enjoy some national talent, but there will also be a variety of fresh produce and local wines available.
Tickets available here (final release only.)
A Very Kransky Christmas @ The Adelaide Festival Centre: "With their unusual array of instruments, settle in for what could be your kookiest Christmas yet!" The three Kransky sisters invite you to their dysfunctional Christmas celebrations, where they take family get-togethers to a whole new level.
Tickets available at Adelaide Festival Centre.
La Boca Bar and Grill @ North Terrace: Launching its re-vamp December 8, La Boca offers food with a vibrant Argentinian twist. With a food menu available until 1am, La Boca is the perfect combination of a late-night bar and restaurant.
Sugar Turns 14: Celebrate fourteen years of an iconic Adelaide party destination. Preferred dress: beachwear.
Sugar: Level 1, 274 Rundle St., 9PM-5PM
Taking Back Saturday: Emo and Pop Punk Night Xmas Party: Hosted at everyone's favourite Rhino Room, the final TBS for the year will, as always, play homage to iconic pop-punk/emo anthems. With tunes from the likes of Blink 182, Fall Out Boy, and Panic! At The Disco, TBS will take you down a nostalgic route to back the days of your twelve-year-old emo phase.
TBS: The Rhino Room, 9PM-3AM
Adelaide Night Markets @ Prince Henry Garden, North Terrace: A vibrant market featuring the flavours of the world, the Adelaide Night Markets offers a selection of artisan goods, clothing, jewellery, cultural wares, and local gourmet produce, perfect for Christmas presents.
Woolworths Carols by Candelight @ Elder Park: The Woolworths Carols by Candlelight is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the season of giving as a community. Featured artists include Winners and Losers actress Virginia Gay, Taylor Henderson, and everyone's favourite, Humphrey B. Bear. In its 72nd year, the Carols is raising funds for Novita Children's Services, assisting the team in building a communication library for disabled children.
Carols by Candelight: 2PM-10:30PM
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