What better way to kick off the festival season than with every book-lover’s favourite event, Adelaide Writers’ Week?
If you've ever wanted to eat your way around Asia without ever leaving Adelaide, now is your chance!
In a region recently devastated by bushfires, this is the perfect opportunity for the community to come together and reconnect through music.
For those of us who attended the sold out DAY DANCE at the picturesque Simon Hackett Wines in March, this will come as welcome news.
For the month of August, you'll be able to satisfy ALL of your oyster cravings, right here in the city.
What's happening in Adelaide this July you ask? We've got you covered!
Your favourite one day, one stage, all inclusive festival FOMO is back for 2020.
It's an event designed for gin lovers by gin lovers featuring gin lovers on the day dedicated to lovin' on gin!
To make your wine-loving lives a little easier we’ve not only broken the Sea and Vines Festival down for you, but we’ve also picked out our favourite events and locations to head to across the course of your long weekend.
Adelaide is getting a new dumpling festival — not that we're complaining. The humble dumpling deserves to be celebrated!
Writers' Week Director Jo Dyer talks to Glam Adelaide about this year's line up of speakers and events.
Glam Adelaide’s Jonathan Matthews recently had a chat with N’fa Jones about his new project Cool Out Sun, and his upcoming appearance at WOMADelaide 2019. You’re coming down to WOMADelaide with your new act ‘Cool Out Sun’, can you tell me about your new act? Cool Out Sun is almost like a full circle for […]
And it's only for one day, so mark it in your diaries!
If you’ve never heard of Fork on the Road, it’s a celebration of all the wonderful food trucks that pop up around Adelaide at random times throughout the week—except all gathered together in one convenient place, so you can taste foodie delights from each and every one of them! It only happens once a month though, […]
Has your dog just been bugging you endlessly about wanting to come with you to a music festival, but unfortunately, the event just doesn't allow pooches? Well get the leash ready - their time has come.
I had the chance to catch up with the multi-talented Liz Phair. We chatted about the 10 year anniversary of her first record, and her upcoming trip to Australia for the WOMADelaide festival. Jonathan: You’ll be heading to Australia soon and playing at WOMADelaide, are you looking forward to that? Liz: I’m extremely excited about […]
With less than 50 days to go until WOMADelaide opens on March 8 in Botanic Park, the final additions to the 2019 program have been announced.
The City of Adelaide is working towards making events in the city more sustainable with the introduction of Sustainable Event Guidelines.
After rightfully donning the title of the Gin State, Adelaide is getting an awesome, new festival dedicated solely to our favourite spirit: gin!
Tea lovers of South Australia rejoice - the City of Unley Museum is bringing you a festival dedicated to the historic, versatile, and globally-loved beverage of tea.