Photo Credit: Plant 4 Bowden
This year, the illustrious Feast Festival will celebrate pride and diversity at the iconic Plant 4 Bowden and the beautiful surrounding Bowden Park.
The glittery and vibrant festival is Adelaide’s only not-for-profit Adelaide Queer Arts and Cultural Festival, and this year the party is coming out West.
Feast on Plant 3 and 4’s delicious eateries and yummy rainbow cocktails from the bars as you marvel at special performances from a range of artists.
There’s something for everyone at this all-inclusive and accessible event. Peruse a variety of colourful markets, get your face painted and even bring your furry four-legged best friends along!
Plant 4 Bowden will serve as the perfect groovy backdrop for this event, providing ample indoor seating and alfresco areas. The stores, cafes and bar spaces within, proudly champion local producers and growers. You’ll find these quirky eateries celebrating alongside Feast, including Joe Dumpling, My Grandma Ben, The Lost Loaf, Bloom Burgers, Ozzie Gozleme and Cakeboy Donuts to name a few!
Pride at Plant 4 Bowden is just one of the many fabulous festivities held across a span of Adelaide venues as part of Feast Festival. Other special Feast events include a Rundle Mall ‘Drag Fashion Extravaganza’, and the family-friendly favourite ‘Picnic in the Park’, which will host major attractions including a Queer Youth Zone, DIY Queer Craft, a dog show and live music to picnic by.
As an international event attracting visitors from near and far, performers from all over the world will make a splash on the festival program. Don’t miss headlining acts such as Libby O’Donovan presented her ’20 years of 20 songs’, as well as comedian and social media hit Christian Hull.
Pride at Plant 4 Bowden will be held on Sunday the 21st of November from 11am – 4pm.
This is a FREE event, held at 5 Third Street, Bowden. Pride at Plant 4 Bowden welcomes all ages and is wheelchair accessible. There are two large car parking lots on Third Street, where guests are encouraged to park.