Australia is surely full of two types of people at the moment; those who're depressed that Splendor in the Grass is over and those who're depressed they didn't get to attend Splendor (I'm the latter, I'm still cut I wasn't there). However, there's always a silver lining to situations like this, you can look forward to the future, and this future boasts Falls Festival with CHILDISH GAMBINO.
You could say my Heartbeat is feeling like it's going fast enough to skip into 3005, damn, That Power.
This morning Falls Festival announced that the first artist on their lineup would be the super talented Childish Gambino. The living definition of a “slashie”, Childish Gambino/Donald Glover is a rapper/actor/writer/superstar. Whether it's his writing for 30 Rock you're familiar with, his acting as Troy Barnes in the sitcom Community or any of his musical ventures, you'll know this will be a Falls worth attending!
Here's a little teaser from his live Splendor in the Grass 2014 set.
Sure Falls might be a few months away, but if your keen pants aren't already on then pull em' on now, because the full lineup drops on August the 23rd, which means ballots will be opening soon as well, and you don't want a second dose of festival depression, do you...
Lorne VIC: Dec 28, Dec 29, Dec 30, Dec 31
Marion Bay TAS: Dec 29, Dec 30, Dec 31
Byron Bay NSW: Dec 31, Jan 01, Jan 02
Fremantle WA: Jan 07, Jan 08
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to hang on the 27th while you countdown the Hottest 100, a place to reflect and acknowledge Survival Day, or somewhere to kick back by the beach and sink a few beers or cocktails, this is your guide to the January long weekend.
With the perfect combination of sea, sun and some seriously good artists, Beach Life made for an afternoon of good vibes and good music.
Wry wit meets smart slapstick meets historical highnesses in the latest directorial masterpiece by Yorgos Lanthimos.
It’s your favourite Little Bang - but BIGGER.
Another Falls done and dusted, and what a time it was.
Swirl Fest 2019 is coming and will welcome the third edition of the annual celebration of local and national live music.
It's a surprisingly sympathetic portrait, but even then it's always scathing in its delineations between right and wrong, how power is kept and sustained.
Bring in the new year with plenty of drinks and dancing with these New Year’s Eve events happening in our city.
The weather is nice (mostly) and we are getting towards summer, so it’s officially outdoor cinema season! The American Express Open Air Cinemas are now open along the Adelaide Riverbank.