While Summer may be over, our love for anything summer related never wanes.
We’ll crave a good ol’ G+T and vibrant street party any week of the year – come rain, hail or shine – and as Mad March gears up, Solomon Street is about to gift us the sweetest street shindig of all.
This weekend, three of our favourite producers – Hendricks Gin, Fever Tree and Adelaide’s sexiest dive bar, Cry Baby – are spilling out onto Solomon Street to transform the beloved destination into a swinging street party.
Think DJs, ice-cold gin and tonics and good vibes to kick off your weekend this March 4 and 5. From 4pm until 12am, punters can party in the streets while Cry Baby will be rocking and rolling until 2am.
Hendricks Gin will be pulling up to the bustling booze haven, slinging its botanical-fuelled spirits with slices of cucumber and fizzy tonic from its fitted-out van. Unwind from the week with these post-work kick ons, with the pop-up party providing you with the perfect gateway to your weekend antics.
Soundtracking the Friday and Saturday sessions will be an array of homegrown DJs, including several from Spin Lizzy. The vibrant six-piece has been curating techno parties across Adelaide since last year. With an honest passion for great music and emerging events, they’ve fostered a space for up-and-coming DJs to make their mark in South Australia’s thriving music scene.
Thinking about sliding into one of Adelaide’s favourite late-night haunts? Punters can chill in the line for Cry Baby, drink in hand or kick it outdoors on the furniture before heading into the grungy rock n’ roll bar – they’ll text you when it’s time to head in.
So let loose and soak up the March time madness, and let Hendricks Gin, Fever Tree and Cry Baby carry you into the weekend.
The Hendricks x Fever Tree x Cry Baby Solomon Street pop-up bar is kicking off this Friday March 4 and Saturday March 5, from 4pm until midnight.
5pm – Hewiston
7pm – Fin Le Guin
8pm – Ruby
9pm – Jamie’s Kitchen
10pm – Pepiskarl
5pm – Hi, I’m Jack
6:30pm – Van Damme
8pm – Mimi Jones
9pm – James Curd