It’s fast approaching. The good times are about to happen all over again.
In little over a week, The Coconut Club will be hitting the CBD once more.
In case you missed the first round, The Coconut Club is a Sunday festival made possible by local band, The Coconut Kids. They bring a ‘underutilised urban area’ to life, filling the afternoon with great live music, art, drinks, food, and general grooviness.
The event takes place at a secret location (how exciting!), meaning that to get there, you’ll meet Adelaide-Himeji Gardens where you’ll be given directions to get to the makeshift festival. A Sunday adventure. Heaven.
The line-up is looking incredible, with Paddy Drum, Mackenzie, Hunt, The Timbers, and (of course) The Coconut Kids. The afterparty will be taken care of by DJ BOB. There’s music for everyone’s taste, whether you’re into a bit of indie-pop, folky deliciousness or funky soul. Sunday’s have never been better.
To get you prepared, The Coconut Kids have kindly set up a playlist to get you familiar with the sweet music ready to get you moving and shaking.
There are limited tickets, so make sure you grab yours here.
I don't care what anyone says about Adelaide in Winter. We are seriously spoilt. This is proof.
The Coconut Club
Sunday July 31st, 2pm onwards
Secret location, but meet at Adelaide-Himeji Gardens
Header image via The Coconut Club's Facebook page.
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