As Adelaide’s major events are cancelled and postponed following the 500+ person restrictions coming into play, the East End Wine Down is the latest to announce the event scheduled for March 21st will no longer go ahead.
Luckily, it seems to be postponed rather than cancelled, so hopefully it will go ahead later in the year (along with other major events like Tasting Australia and Cirque du Soleil’s Adelaide season).
Here’s their announcement from Facebook today:
|It is with a heavy heart that the decision has been made to postpone East End Wine Down. |
Following the Federal Government’s announcement regarding non-essential organised public gatherings above 500 people, we have taken the decision out of an abundance of caution.
We will be working on a revised date later in the year.
This date is unkown at this current moment however we will keep you updated with any new information.
As a ticket holder, you have the option to hold onto your ticket until the next East End Wine Down or submit a refund request through Eventbrite.
We truly appreciate your support for East End Wine Down.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call us on 8232 5300.
You can support the guys from the East End Cellars, by heading in to their gorgeous venue, enjoying a cheese platter and stocking up on some of their unique wines, which are the perfect addition to any stockpiles you may be building…
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