Just this morning, more than 40 sensational new acts from over 25 countries were added to WOMADelaide’s already strong 2019 festival line-up today.
Bringing local South Australian live music around the heritage precincts of Semaphore and Port Adelaide for the last 14 years, Semaphore Music Festival is filled with the very best of SA.
Spin Off Festival 2018 took place in the Jubilee Pavilion at the Adelaide Showgrounds on Friday July 20th and featured an absolutely amazing programme consisting of the best of this year’s Splendour in the Grass acts in an exclusive one day only mini festival and it was truly a banger.
Hot Dub Wine Machine is the music festival Adelaide has been yearning for.
A huge RnB festival is coming to one of South Australia's most popular wineries.
Summer is coming! Grab your tickets to this family friendly music festival set in a bush amphitheatre. It has good food, wine, sun and music. Need we say more?
A Day on the Green announces a major line up including rockstars The Living End, Spiderbait and more.
Adelaide Botanic Park will again come to life in 2018 with the sounds of WOMADelaide. Check out the first lineup announcement.
Million will be joined by some of Australia’s finest in the alternative music. alt-indie, roots, hip-hop and experimental electronic artists bringing a lively, dual-stage festival to one of the newest event spaces in town.
Get your hands on tickets to the 2018 Laneway Festival today featuring a stellar line-up including City Calm Down, Amy Shark and more!
Kicking off the summer with a soon to be announced sublime lineup, local food, beer, wine and cider and a market bazaar.
We caught up with Jen and Martin from 9BACH ahead of WOMADelaide.
A brand spanking new date and venue has been announced for this year's Groovin The Moo festival.
4 Days of music, food and cultural bliss is starting to take shape, adding Angus Stone's side project, Balkan super group, DD Dumbo and around 20 more acts.
UK Ska icons The Specials lead the first WOMADelaide 2017 artist announcement.
By Australian music heavyweights British India and The Potbelleez no less... in addition to The Veronicas and Killing Heidi. It's looking the goods.
Oh yes friends, the Lost City Festival is returning to Adelaide this weekend...