Local Gin And Sweet Tunes Coming To Rundle Street This Fringe

Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Fringe, we know where we are headed. Rundle Street will be transforming into a fresh summer pop-up venue for Gin and Phonic, hosted by Nola.

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Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Fringe, we know where we are headed. Rundle Street will be transforming into a fresh summer pop-up venue for Gin and Phonic, hosted in the NOLA laneway. Think Australian summer vibes, mixed with live local acts, local music, and of course, local gin. All in a pumping summer outdoor venue.

Gin and Phonic will focus its drinks offering around the Australian Summer Australian gin industry, with the list showcasing local producers in a myriad of different ways. There will be four of their favourite local gin producers, including Ounce, Never Never, 78 Degrees and Kangaroo Island Spirits. Each gin will be matched perfectly with unique spices and tonics.

There will also be Classic Gin Cocktails like Negronis and Gimlets, and Tinnie Bar featuring fresh craft brews such Hawkers, Mismatch and Young Henrys. All your favourites and all at once!

Along with the local gin, there will be an array of awesome local acts flowing every night, with free entry every night. The complete list of acts released shortly, so keep an eye on their socials media.

To celebrate the opening, infamous bar tender and co-owner of Never Never Distillery Sean Baxter, will be behind the bar spreading the good word on all thing Gin. Doors open from 5pm with live music from 6pm.

And boy do they have a special lineup of local and international acts. Aidan J Jones, Runebilly Rattle, Mamas Broke and holy Holy Locust will be tearing up the laneway. All entry is free and good times are guaranteed.

Well, we think we can all rest assured that the summer good vibes will be flowing into the balmy summer evenings with Gin and Phonic. So be sure to stop on by!

Gin and Phonic hosted by NOLA

Where: 293 Rundle St, Adelaide
When: every Friday, Saturday, Sunday of Fringe (18 February to 18 f March)
Hours: Thursday – 4pm until 2am; Friday – Midday until 2am; Saturday – Midday until 2am

 

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