Spring brings with it a host of events worth going out for in September. From food and wine, to concerts to family friendly outings, we’ve compiled the ultimate list to make your September an unforgettable one.
Wednesday 12 September, Langton’s Classification VII Wine Experience
Australia’s leading wine marketplace, Langton’s, is offering a rare opportunity to taste over $15K worth of Australia’s most prized wines at its Classification VII event in Adelaide. This unique event will celebrate the release of the 7th edition of the Langton’s Classification—an internationally renowned ranking of Australia’s finest and rarest wines. Wine lovers are invited to sample over 100 wines, enjoy complementary cheese, charcuterie and crackers, plus mingle with industry experts including owners, growers and winemakers. They’ll also be able to take hope a hardback copy of the Classification VII book as well as a Riedel tasting glass.
Friday 14 September – Fridays at Cumbia
From 6-9pm every Friday, be sure to stop by Cumbia – the new Latin American Tapas Bar and Deli that has just hit the Adelaide Central Markets. We’ve been told you can expect a passionate and all-consuming fusion of South American cuisine, music and folklore. Pop by if you think this is something you’d be down for.
September 14 – Rundle Place Shake & Win Promotion Kicks Off
Running for a month, this promotion at Rundle Place gives you the chance to shake the ‘Shake & Win’ Rundle Place app if you’re shopping near by. This could give you to chance to win one of two vespas, plus thousands of instant win prizes. So if you’re around the area this month, then be sure to shake you app and see what you could win!
Finishes Saturday 15 September, Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical
DON’T MISS THE BUS! It’s the final week of the smash hit, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, now playing at the Adelaide Festival Centre. It’s touring Australia for its 10th anniversary celebration tour.
Saturday 15 September, Star Wars: A New Hope in Concert
Join Luke Skywalker as he begins a journey that will change the galaxy. The Adelaide premiere of A New Hope in concert will feature the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra performing John Williams’s Oscar winning score live to the complete film. Don’t miss out on this intergalactic outing and grab your tickets here.
Saturday 15 September – Sunday 16 September, Wedding Day with Gerard McCabe
Planning a Spring/Summer wedding? Gerard McCabe Jewellers has a Wedding and Bridal VIP shopping weekend. You can book a time over the weekend to inspect their latest bridal products and services, whether that be wedding rings or bridal jewellery. Click here for more info.
Saturday 15 September – BBQ Boys Along the River Torrens
Starting September 15, the BBQ Buoys are available to book. Think: summer days, along the river, drink in hand, with your best pals. There’s also some great new wines on board including Bird in Hand, Grounded Cru, A Good Dirt, and Brothers At War. And if you’re hungry, the team can organise the most divine meat and cheese platters for up to five or ten people. You can also bring your own meat and veg to grill up on the BBQ should you choose. For more info and to book a buoy, head on over here.
Sunday 16 September, City to Bay
Join thousands of friends, workmates and families in Adelaide’s pre-eminent fitness event.
The Thebarton Theatre is going to be serenaded by Vance Joy’s dulcet tones over two nights. This folk pop Melbournian is going to love you when you’re singing that song (yep, Riptide is still on repeat in our heads).
Friday 21 September, Hockey Dad at HQ
After a huge first half of 2018, Hockey Dad aren’t about to end the year quietly – with their “Join The Club” National Tour. After touring and conquering sell-out shows in London, New York, Chicago, Toronto, Boston and more, the band is now here in Australia. More information about their Adelaide show can be found here here.
Saturday 22 September, Pete Evans + Line & Label at Our Market
Pete Evans is coming to our Market alongside the team from the Adelaide Central Markets’ current Producer In Residence, Line and Label! Pete will be hosting 3 FREE cooking demos across the day in their U-Install-It Community Kitchen in Gouger Dining! Get in early as there are limited seats. More information available here.
Saturday 22 September, Hayden James at Bonython Hall Heading to Bonython Hall, the much loved Sydney-based producer Hayden James is returning to Adelaide. Following an epic US tour and festival run, Hayden’s homecoming tour will be the world premiere of his new live show. Joining him on the six-date run of shows will be hotly tipped, up-and-coming hip-hop artist Carmouflage Rose. Make sure you don’t miss out. More deets here.
Saturday 22 September, Singles Party at The Alma
Looking for love? Well then, this is the event for you. This singles party is the one for you! Tell all your single pals and be sure to head on down to the Alma. You may just meet the love of your life. More details here, single people!
Sunday 23 September, 2018 SANFL Macca’s League Grand Final
From 9am-6pm, be sure to catch all the footy goodness of the SANFL Grand Final at Adelaide Oval. The Redlegs and the Roosters will fight for their right to hold up the mighty Thomas Seymour Hill cup and we’re sure it will be epic. Be sure to get your tickets now. More information here.
Wednesday 26 September, The Noble Gentleman Wine Pairing Dinner with Next Crop Wines
New wine bar The Noble Gentleman is hosting a specially curated three-course menu perfectly paired with Next Crop’s Adelaide Hills and Langhorne Creek wines. Combining the best local produce with stunning local wines, this is a wine lovers event that’s not to be missed. Tickets are super limited so get in touch with the Noble Gentleman at 8212 4242 or book online here.
Friday 28 September, Fashion First at Hotel Richmond
The monthly fashion event at Hotel Richmond returns with its array of local and emerging designers from Adelaide and surrounding areas. The event is held to support local businesses and groups but it’s foremost an event that displays what trends are coming and who to watch out for. Tickets are free so grab a spot here to get your spot and enjoy some bubbles on the night.
McLaren Vale’s Spring Affair Festival is coming back this Labour Day long weekend. Roam the McLaren Vale wineries such as Maxwell Wines, Paxton Wines, Coriole Vineyards, Serafino Wines, Penny’s Hill and d’Arenberg where they’ll showcase some of the best food and wine from the region. Venue tours are going from The Bath, The Cumby, The Lion, The Republic and many more. Otherwise grab a group of friends and celebrate the burst of Spring with live music and a range of indulgent tastings.
Each month, The Noble Gentleman welcomes a different winery to showcase their wines at their CBD cellar door. To kick-off the monthly sessions, Next Crop Wines will feature their Adelaide Hills and Langhorne Creek produced wines with free tastings and the chance to speak with wine makers at every session.
Every Tuesday and Thursday throughout September, 5-7pm.
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