We have exciting Fringe news. If you’re looking for a music festival packed with slam poetry, music, dance and art, then Supermassive is going to have to earn a place in your diary. With a program that looks set to bring Victoria Square to life, this is one any Fringe devotee will want to check out.
The festival will be at Grounded, kicking off from 11am on Sunday 25th February and offering a full day of entertainment through to 7pm. ‘Grounded’ was recently announced as the newest Adelaide Fringe 2018 pop-up precinct, and is located in Victoria Square.
Supermassive is music festival programmed for people of all ages and packed with unique activities. With music, art installations to inspire, creative workshops, plus delicious food and great coffee, be sure to head on down for a day full of quirky goodness.
Headlining the Supermassive lineup will be highly acclaimed Australian singer-‐songwriter Sarah Blasko, who is bringing an exclusive album release performance to Adelaide for the festival.
Also joining the bill is Australian alternative indie pop/rock outfit FRENTE! featuring iconic (Adelaide born) front woman Angie Hart on lead vocals and fellow original band member Simon Austin on guitar.
Adelaide’s ‘Heaps Good Friends’ who took home the South Australian Music Awards “Best New Artist” gong in late 2017 and were also named 2017’s #4 Most Played Artist on triple j Unearthed will be there, as well as Australia’s youngest ever national slam poetry champion 13 year old Solli Raphael.
The festival looks set to be creative, unique and daring. So be sure to bring your inner wild child as you dance the day away.
When: Starts 11am on Sunday 25th February
Where: Grounded at Victoria Square