Everyone knows the tale of how Alice tumbled down the rabbit hole, and ended up in the gloriously eccentric Wonderland. But here in Adelaide, falling Down The Rabbit Hole leads to a very different realm: Gypsy Land.
Courtesy of Down The Rabbit Hole Wines, and their ongoing pop-ups, Gypsy Land offers a night of wining, dining, and dancing, for two nights only in the thriving heart of Adelaide.
Domenic, Elise, and their team at Down The Rabbit Hole Wines are passionate about wine, wine-making, and believe in the transformative power a glass can have on brightening your evening. The combination of their desire to create an experience with their wine, and their philosophy of inspiring imagination with an attitude of adventure, help make perfect sense as to why they'd create a night of wonder at Gypsy Land's Cellar Door Party.
Alongside the wines (and the release of DTRH's newest!), there will be cellar door tastings, local beer, cocktails, and global eats thanks to McLaren Vale foodtruckers Mullygrub, who love to utilise Adelaide's best fresh produce.
The night boasts an 'epic line-up' of live music and entertainment, featuring The Timbers, Conchillia, Matt Stillert, Operation Firehat, MANE (Saturday only), and Georgia Carey (Friday only).
When: Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of July; 5PM-1AM.
Where: A secret CBD location will be revealed with ticket purchase. Tickets have gone on sale Tuesday the 12th of July, $35, in support of End Homelessness SA. $20 UBER voucher with every purchase. Suss out the Facebook event for more details.
Photos via Down The Rabbit Hole Facebook.
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