The St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is back in a BIG way, announcing a stellar line-up featuring some big names.
Back by popular demand, this event promises a day of live music, delicious food trucks, and family-friendly entertainment at the stunning Mollydooker winery in McLaren Vale.
Rug up and join in for a red by the fire as we embrace the season and celebrate the wonders of winter in the Adelaide Hills!
What's happening in Adelaide this July you ask? We've got you covered!
Adelaide is a buzz with activity at the moment and things are only heating up with something on to please everyone!
Over the two weeks of July’s school holidays, one of Glenelg’s premier reserves will be abuzz with ticketed shows, fun workshops, and undercover spaces in which to eat, drink and gather with friends and family.
Get ready Adelaide for the biggest, baddest, fattest, loudest beer festival south of the equator!
A spectacular STORM by Harsh Realities is set to electrify audiences as part of the Lower Eyre Council’s 2023 program for ‘Baylight’ in association with SALT Festival on the Eyre Peninsula next week.
Taking place on Easter Saturday, Front Yard Festival is a family-friendly, boutique event that is sure to be a hit for the whole family.
Chilli Fest at Madame Hanoi is a scorcher festival of flavour happening from Tuesday, April 4 – Saturday, April 29. Put your tastebuds to the test with their HOT new menu! Chilli fest is the happiest time of year for chilli enthusiast and head chef Raj Kumar, who has led the Madame Hanoi kitchen since […]
Arguably Adelaide’s hottest day of the year is back again for one day only, the infamous Fire & Spice Festival is here to set fire to your taste buds.
This long weekend, a massive party is set to take over Semaphore Beach as HOLI on the beach arrives to transform the shores into a free colourful celebration.
This Saturday, Greg Cooley wines in Clare Valley are putting on a show-stopping music event featuring global sensations Germein.
Adelaide could get its own Christmas Festival next year if a review is approved by Adelaide City Council, after its initial proposal in 2018.
SA's newest two-day music festival has announced a stellar multi-ARIA award-winning line-up, kicking off in the Adelaide Hills in April 2023.
The end-of-year event will transform Port Adelaide into a bustling hive of activity, with night markets, a street party, and a sausage roll eating contest.
Set to be held annually, the festival will showcase who we are as South Aussies and the ways we celebrate social harmony in our community.
WOMADelaide today announced the final 35 artists for its 10-13 March 2023 festival in Adelaide’s Botanic Park, including Grammy Award-winning talent.
Taste freshly caught Spencer Gulf Seafood prepared by some of South Australia’s most talented and innovative chefs in both traditional and contemporary fare.
This November, the South African community of Adelaide is celebrating their ethnicity through all forms of recreation from food to festivities.