On Friday, September 15, Victoria Square South is set to come alive as Fort Dreamland.
Spring is officially here and it’s time to end the winter hibernation. What better way to do it then in the very heart of the city. Fort Dreamland is exactly as it sounds... a bucket load of blankets will be used to create a small village. Taking you back to childhood memories, blanket forts and fun with your siblings, Fort Dreamland will be supplying the good times with food, art, comedy and music.
The music for Fort Dreamland will feature a bunch of artists from around Adelaide all playing stripped back acoustics sets, if that’s not setting the vibe for a fantastic 2017 spring, what is?
The acts set to appear include:
Jason Katsaras (Burnside Mums)
Emma Rowe (MRO)
Dan Gaskin (Dilettantes)
Chelsea Turner (Orelia)
Best of all, access to all of this will simply cost you a smile!
When: 15th September
Where: The City, Victoria Park South
Presented by Flip Side Up in association with Hawkers Beer, Splash Adelaide and Tent Events, in support of Hutt St Centre.
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