Splash Adelaide always provide fun times around the city, especially come sweet, sweaty, summer time. We’ve collated the ‘best of’ events run by Splash for the remainder of this month. Most are free of charge for those saving pennies pre-Mad March. We’ve got your back.
At First Light
Want to kickstart your Friday? At First Light will definitely do just that.
Starting at 6.30am, it’s Adelaide’s biggest morning dance party.
There will be coffee (yum) and yoga (delicious) provided, too – but wouldn’t dancing your way into the working day have won you over already?
BYO yoga mat, activewear, and your best moves.
When: 17th of February, 6.30am-9am
Where: Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga
Tickets: Available here
Exactly as it sounds, except on a Friday. Guaranteed to fill you to the brim with delicious food, drinks, and entertainment.
NOLA Adelaide is turning the East End into a street carnival of New Orleans heaven, complete with Creole food and an authentic cocktail bar (among much more).
Including the NOLA Showgirls, live jazz music, and DJ’s playing all of the grooviest tunes, this is going to be a night to remember.
When: 17th of February, 5pm-12am
Where: Vardon Avenue, Adelaide
Adelaide Night Market
The gardens will provide plenty of stalls, a variety of cuisines, and a whole heap of pre-parade entertainment.
This is the perfect thing to do before heading down to kickoff Fringe season with the parade.
When: 18th of February, 5pm onwards
Where: Prince Henry Gardens, North Terrace
Forget the Christmas Pageant. This is true joy.
Adelaide hosts Australia’s largest arts parade with 1500+ artists and 80 floats making their way through our gorgeous city, giving us a glimpse into all things gorgeous about to hit us for the next month.
Need I say more?
When: 18th of February, 8.30pm onwards
Where: North Terrace, between King William Street and Frome Road
Header image via Glam Adelaide
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