Good tunes, visual arts, live painting and creative workshops – Flip-Side Festival is back for their second year! The Adelaide music and arts festival will be kicking off from Saturday 6th until Sunday 7th of July 2019 across three venues including Chateau Apollo, Roxie’s and Crown & Anchor. The event, which will focus on local female talent, is organised by local musician Susan Evans and will have visual art experiences and an exhibition curated by Timothea Moylan.
From 8pm on Saturday at Chateau Apollo, expect experimental and psych vibes with live music by Nakatomi, Alpha Street, Attonbitus, Moonhunter and DJ Cruise Control. Then, on the Sunday, all three venues will open from 2pm with live music by Hightime, Kitchen Witch, She's The Band, Teenage Joans, Bitchspawn, Little Dust, Church Moms, Ghost Thief, and Hot Mess, with DJs Jessi Lou, DJ Ruby Chew and Basemantality. Wicked tunes and a belly full of food by Roxie’s Garden Bar – how can you go wrong?
Aside from music, you’ll have the chance to see exhibiting artists including Capital Waste Pictures, Michelle Eoncheff, Josh Juett, Scarlett Kraehe, and Althea Mallee. Or, if you’re keen on getting your hands dirty, join in on workshops by Kat Coppock and Dots Pots!
Also worth noting, a portion of profits from Flip-Side Festival will go to Girls Rock! Adelaide, a not-for-profit youth organisation who work towards a more inclusive music industry!
If this sounds like your jam, click here to get tickets.
For more information head to the Flip-Side Festival Facebook page.
Header image via Flip-Side Festival.
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