Off the back of their 2021 Adelaide return announcement, Beer and BBQ Festival have unveiled their most diverse line-up of brewers to date!
Some of the events include a concert series at Her Majesty's Theatre as well as Guitar Festival on tour.
The festival represents multicultural SA food, with more than 18 nation’s cuisines and cultures represented in a variety of programs.
We've put a list together that highlights some of the best talent the venue has to offer.
You have another opportunity to guzzle up on your fave beverage because the aptly named The Bubbles Festival is coming to Adelaide.
The masterminds behind Cry Baby, Hellbound, NOLA and more of Adelaide’s bars are transforming the East End block into one big party.
Splendour's ultimate sidekick festival, Spin Off has revealed its setlist.
Whether you're a movie buff or a muso, you'll love watching these classic silent films to a soundtrack of original live scores from Adelaide's brightest musical minds!
Forget winter, Oktoberfest is coming! Think, Pretzel eating, Hammer Throwing, Potato Sack Racing, moustache competitions, stein holding competitions, and of course litres of BEER!!
Looking for more than food from a truck before that Fringe show? Sit back, relax and enjoy this guide...
Rejoice! WOMADelaide will continue to delight festival-goers for many more years thanks to new developments.
Wanderlust 108 has running, yoga, meditation, a komubcha garden, markets and more!
Adelaide Fringe has today released its 2017 Annual Review, revealing the festival has astoundingly doubled its economic impact on South Australia in the past six years.
10 of the most fun and interesting festivals around the world that are worth experiencing once Mad March is over.
There's a new chocolate and wine trail happening over Cellar Door Fest!
Don't miss your opportunity to be a part of one of the most colourful festivals on the 2016 calendar! Get in before applications close...
We got a taste and we want more...
Four days of wine, food and fun are coming your way...
From grape stomping and escaping zombies, to all of the Nutella and life-sized animals made from sand, these events are all a little left of centre and we love them!
Check out all the action from what was a stunning day full of music, fun and, of course, vino as the the Barossa Valley played host to this awesome festival!