Adelaide Symphony Orchestra launches Australia's first Festival of Orchestra with a spectacular opening night
Every Sunday, visitors to the Farmer's Market can warm up with some comforting, freshly made produce from over 80 different stalls.
The company, first run out of Brighton and recently relocated to Unley, has a range of nut-based cheeses and vegan ready meals.
The ASO will host a series of six incredible concerts under the stores over ten nights this summer, with food trucks, free community events and activities for all the family.
Oz Comic-Con is coming to Adelaide, so you can interact with the creative geniuses behind your favourite comic books, graphic novels, and literature.
For the eighth year Adelaide Showgrounds will play host to the largest Multicultural Eid Festival in South Australia, taking place on the 22nd and 23rd of May.
After a year away, The Royal Adelaide Show is making a triumphant comeback with expectations on a high.
School students and job seekers will descend on the Adelaide Showgrounds over the next two days to take part in the Adelaide Careers and Employment Expo.
The exhibition blends technology, science, artistry, and imagination to capture the most unusual aspects of the insect world.
The Boy Who Talked To Dogs is a unique theatrical experience, produced in collaboration between Slingsby and the State Theatre Company of South Australia.
With over 400 showbags at this year’s Royal Adelaide Show, we have a sneak peak of the showbags on offer to make your life a little easier.
What makes the mettle of a roller derby skater? Find out as I get the ins and outs of everything roller derby from Salty Dolls skater, Gnome Chompsky.
The Wild Hearses look to run the Road Train Rollers off he road in their first bout of the 2018 season while the Roadies look to put the Hearses back into the ground.
Mile Die look to continue their winning ways while the Road Train Rollers look to run them over. Who will come out on top at Adelaide Roller Derby Bout 2.
Rossini’s comic opera about a barber who is also a matchmaker maintains its popularity through the years and this production, back from touring interstate, is as fresh as any modern piece.
The iconic Gilles Street Market is moving home, and the reimagined vision is looking pretty amazing.
Putting the fun back in dating. Speed dating ferris wheel. Kissing Booth
Put down the Tinder and Bumble and get around a more traditional(ish) match-making experience with a twist.
Due to the extreme heat forecast for the 2018 Australia Day long weekend, the Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market will open and close early on Sunday 28 January.
The massively popular family Christmas experience returns bigger and better for 2017, with Candyland, Ice Wonderland, Traditional Family Christmas Land and Santa's Wonderland to give you a Christmas you'll never forget.