For the last 22 years SA Living Artists Festival (SALA) has promoted and inspired artists, brought art into communities, and built up the profile of our state as an arts and festival hub. Stepping up as CEO this year is the fabulous Kate Moskwa, previously the festival’s Program Manager.
Get ready for things to get cheesy, people. Very cheesy.
Down below the gum trees, hidden amongst the vineyards will be a little oasis. Handpicked is there to offer you a place to unplug, and reconnect with barefoot dancing, picnics on the lawn, amazing wine, world class music, laid-back vibes and a dash of surprise...
Mad March might be over, but turns our April's pretty jam-packed this year too!
Adelaide Fringe maintains its crown as Australia’s largest arts festival with today’s release of an astonishing 1223 events in its official 2018 program.
Mad March is here in full-force! You’ve got one month to make the most out of SA’s epic festive season.
It says so on our number plates, but now we really know, Adelaide has staked its claim as 'The Festival State' after being recognised as one of the top six festival cities in the world...
Adelaide Festival Centre today revealed the new contemporary programming for this year’s OzAsia Festival which runs from 24 September – 4 October.
SALA announced their featured artist for the 2016 SALA Festival at the festival's official opening night gala, held on Friday 31 July at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
If you are looking for some good food and wine, South Australia has you covered, with some of the best produce in the world.
A new iPhone app that shows you who is single and ready to mingle at bars and venues (read: not online) is set to change Australia’s summer festival season.
In an era of failing and faltering music festivals, the sheer success of the sold out Oakbank 'Groovin the Moo' was astounding. Especially if you consider the fact that it was in country South Australia. Nevertheless, the entirely flawless event went without a hitch
It’s time to grab your mates, dust off your festival gear and say hello to Summer with the Big Day Out hitting Adelaide this Friday! Luckily for us, the focus of this year’s BDO is not only on music, but also great food, wine and beer – and for anyone who knows the “Hello Beer” […]
Check out the photos from day 1 of WOMADelaide 2012 which was held from Friday 09 - Monday 12 March outdoors in Adelaide's beautiful Botanic Park.
Glam Adelaide Music Editor Ranjani Stengewis caught up with Devin Oliver, lead singer from US punk band 'I See Stars' after their inclusion into the 2011 Soundwave Festival line-up. Soundwave Festival hits Adelaide on 5th March, tickets on sale now.
For the entry price of zero dollars, WOMADelaide lovers attending the JIVE night on Feb 4th can get a tiny WOMAD fix to tie them over for a month.