Yep, someone has finally run with the pun we never even thought of. A festival of scones, with some jam on the side. Local music to be exact. And we’re all ears.
This July in North Adelaide, Emma Knights, who is behind some of this city’s more creative events, is dishing up (see what we did there) a delicious afternoon of Country Women’s Association (SACWA Adelaide Branch) scones, alongside a program of original music written by local artists of all ages.
There will be original music from some younger artists that were inspired by their grandparents. You’ll also hear music from older generations that are still writing and performing their own music.
The afternoon will feature Frank Loves Joan, Sing Australia and more, with a section for slow fashion and bake-offs, and of course the scones!
SconeFest will be a nostalgic journey through music and past-times concluding with a large community jam session! Bring along your instrument or your voice to join in!
The event is free but since the demand for scones is so high (rightfully so) you definitely have to register. More details on that here.
So, if you have never had a SACWS Adelaide Branch scone then you must attend and for those who have, you know why you need to come! A perfect way for the whole family to spend a wintery Sunday afternoon!
SconeFest is part of the Umbrella Winter City Sounds Program. For the full program click the link!
When: July 22, 2018 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm Australia/Adelaide
Where: Estonian Hall, 200 Jeffcott Street | North Adelaide SA 5000
Entry Cost: Free