A Day On The Green, she gave you everything she had but she was definitely not young, or dumb. With her cherry lips and golden curls (perfect scenery and amazing lineup) one might say this lineup could make grown men gasp, with its headliner and support acts.
Slightly too obscure?
Has it all come back now, this absolute tune?! Well you're in luck, A Day On The Green have just announced another winery concert series and Garbage are going to be heading up the bill.
Playing their first Australian shows since 2013, we've been waiting a while. This show has been timed perfectly to celebrate their sixth studio album Strange Little Birds, sure to be an enthusiastic and exciting performance to say the least! It doesn't end here though, the ADOTG bill is also shared by Australian chart-toppers The Temper Trap. Bringing their pop/rock style to the stage, you'll be pledging yourself allegiance to a their lively good vibes and positive charm.
Alongside these two super-acts, pop group The Preatures, Melbourne solo artist Tash Sultana, who's home performance videos recently acquired millions of views from around the globe, and finally Adalita. This part of the series is set to be held at Leconfield Wines in Mclaren Vale on Sunday the 27th of November. Not to jinx it but that time of year, in this location, it's bound to be one beaut of a day!
Returning to Adelaide, the Reclink Community Cup is back for its fourth year!
This year the National Wine Centre is joining in Umbrella Festival, unveiling their inaugural music festival, Sip & Sounds Winter Festival.
This is the 21st year that SALA will be running, continuing to hold its title as Australia’s biggest community-based visual arts festival.
My advice? Have water at the ready because the popcorn eating bloody intensifies in scenes that will have your eyes glued to the screen.
Winterfest returns to Port Adelaide this month with hordes of frosty fun in tow.
The AIR Awards are back again… which independent artists will be taking out awards this year?
A clever and colourful collision of contemporary and choral music which created a strong sense of community in the crowd.
Touring in the wake of the release of their debut LP Different Beings Being Different, seven-piece Adelaidian rock powerhouse West Thebarton brought The Gov to its knees at their final homecoming show.
Mr Minsky and his illustrious crew invite you to take a lift and step into the mysteries of their world at Nineteen Ten.
This Boy’s In Love is a fun, feel-good piece of theatre, and a guaranteed good night out that ends with a smile on your face.