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In the past decade, So Frenchy So Chic has grown from a small series of concerts into one of summer’s most hotly anticipated boutique festivals. The Adelaide night will be set against a charming village-like backdrop, perfect for dancing under the stars, with top wine and French food to be enjoyed by moonlight.
Adelaide has been included on the list featuring 52 weekends of culture heaven by Lonely Planet, for being Australia's Live Music City!
Featuring French music star Fefe, the crowd made the most of the event, and despite battling some the rain, they enjoyed the fabulous drinks, great party vibe, and a sneak peek at the headline act for the Festival.
For those of us who JUST CAN'T WAIT until So Frenchy, So Chic hits Adelaide for this first time this January (other states have been enjoying the festival for years), a mini version is hitting Gresham Street this Friday!
Sun, sand and live music, all within a short distance from the centre of Adelaide made for a great setting for the mini festival Summersalt at Glenelg beach.
Lake Breeze Winery played host to Handpicked Festival over the weekend with revellers making the one-hour journey out to the reputable wine region.
If you're a lover of Korean food, music, culture, or traditions, the upcoming Korean Culture & Food Festival in Hindmarsh Square is an event not to miss.
With CheeseFest wrapping up, it's time for a new, bigger, more exciting festival, which features not only cheese, but chocolate, charcuterie, sourdough bread, yoghurt, cultured butter and Kimchi to name a few. In addition there's beer, cider, wine, whiskey, gin, kombucha tea and coffee.
This weekend saw Adelaide host Oktoberfest in the Gardens for its seventh year, after much success in Perth, Sydney and Melbourne. You would have been forgiven for mistakenly thinking you were in Munich for the day, as the Wayville Showground was convincingly transformed into an authentic indoor and outdoor German beerhall. The ladies wore their […]
Now in its seventh year, Oktoberfest in the Gardens will be showering down even more Bavarian brilliance for lederhosen loving festival goers across Adelaide this October.
The best looks from the Adelaide Fashion Festival’s South Australian designers will be showcased at the Rural Runway in the Barossa.
Last night, the Lucky Dumpling Market launched out the front of the new Adelaide Convention Centre on the lawns of the Riverbank, forming a massive OzAsia festival hub right next to the footbridge.
The 2017 Riverland Wine and Food Festival is set to be the biggest, safest and best version yet of this important community event.
Wine Machine is a full-bodied day of wine, food and live music, showcasing both the splendour of our nation’s most picturesque wine regions and the spectacular music artists borne from Australian soil.
Calling all lovers of espresso martinis. This one's for you.
One of the world’s most exciting and progressive experimental music festivals – Unsound – will return to Adelaide this year.
This year Splendour gave lucky music fans the chance to experience some of the greatest musicians and artists the world has to offer.
While both performers and attendees alike leave and arrive on different days, the fluctuation has no detrimental effect; in fact it amplifies the celebration. Here's how day 3 went down.