Fat Boy Slim | 1 Feb
The electronica genius, Fat Boy Slim, is bringing his beats to Glenelg Beach at the beginning of the month. Dance your heart out in the sea breeze to tunes such as “Right Here, Right Now”, “Praise You”, and “The Rockerfeller Skank”.
This is only one of four Australian dates, with 2manydjs supporting, aka David and Stephen Dewaele of Soulwax (DJ set).
Check out our Glam Chat with Fat Boy Slim here!
Cellar Door Festival | 7 – 9 Feb
Prepare for a weekend of wine, live music, and masterclasses at the Cellar Door Festival at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Events will range from a Cellar Door Feast Dinner with Adam Liaw, Callum Hann and Jessie Spiby, a Hentley Farm Long Lunch Table, and a drool-worthy Cheese + Chocolate masterclass, amongst many others.
Check out their programme here!
ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open | 13 – 16 Feb
The ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open will see the best of the best in women’s golf play for glory in the four day tournament at the Royal Adelaide Golf Club.
Alongside the golf, there will be kids clinics, opportunities to meet the world’s best golfers, corporate functions, and a host of celebs involved in the annual pro-am.
See their website here.
Adelaide Fringe Festival | 14 Feb – 15 Mar
The city is getting ready to be swept up in the Adelaide Fringe spirit, and what better way to support the arts within this fantastic city, as well as immerse ourselves in new and unique opportunities.
The Garden on Unearthly Delights and Gluttony will bring the parklands alive hosting up to 800,000 visitors over it’s month-long run. With comedy faves such as Wil Anderson, Frank Woodley and Sam Simmons on the bill, it’s definitely worthwhile to head along and have a laugh.
RCC will once again be held at the University of Adelaide campus, with a curated selection of music, theatre and art.
Utopia is an ensemble concert held every Friday and Saturday at RCC with acts such as Baker Boy, Cut Copy and SAFIA to name just a few performers.
Of course this is just the tip of the iceberg of Fringe opportunities with shows and exhibitions across Adelaide. Stay tuned for Glam Adelaide’s 2020 Fringe guide or head on over to https://adelaidefringe.com.au/ for more information now.
Superloop Adelaide 500 | 20 – 23 Feb
The Superloop Adelaide 500 will be racing through Adelaide in the midst of festival frenzy. Watch V8s roar across the track and enjoy a day of family fun and music over a four days of action.
There is also no shortage of tunes, with performances from Grinspoon, Sneaky Sound System and the Superjesus on Friday, Pete Murray and Sheppard on Saturday, and Hilltop Hoods, Illy and G Flip on Sunday.
Get your tickets here!
Jonathan Van Ness Live | 21 Feb
Jonathan Van Ness, the hair extraordinaire in the new bingeworthy Queer Eye is bringing his show, Road To Beijing, to Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre. Van Ness will be bringing it to the stage, performing stand-up with his incredible energy and charisma.
VIP Meet & Greet packages are also available for the JVN super-fans, for those who want to experience all his glory.
Tickets are running low, so get yours while you can here.
Queen | 26 Feb
Prep your vocal cords, and get ready for the sing-a-long of a lifetime, as Queen rock Adelaide Oval for one night only, as the last of six concerts in their Australian leg of their world tour.
Brian May and Roger Taylor are pairing forces once again as members of the original band that created rock anthem after rock anthem. Adam Lambert will be once again be joining May and Taylor, hitting those unforgettable Mercury notes.
Get ready to go radio gaga as they will rock you, snap up your Queen tickets here.
Adelaide Festival | 28 Feb – 15 Mar
The 2020 iteration of the Adelaide Festival will no doubt enthral and enchant you with an amazing program filled to the brim with theatre, dance, art and music.
The Adelaide Festival will be continuing to include various interactive exhibits, including the Fire Gardens and A Doll’s House. The festival will also be bring the talents of the Lyon Opera Ballet, the Scottish Opera and Almeida Theatre.
Be sure to peruse the program and get along to a handful of unforgettable experiences.
Adelaide Writer’s Week | 29 Feb – 5 Mar
At the month’s close, the commencement of the Adelaide Writer’s Week will see the writer’s emerge from their comfy writing dens to talk about their work, and inspire fledgling writers.
To every bookworm’s delight, authors in the program will span from backgrounds of poets, journalists, historians, scientists, politicians and academics.
Panels, Q and A’s, opportunities to meet your favourite author, and purchase their work is just a small taste of what you can get up to during the week.
Authors include Graeme Base, Paul Jenning, Charlotte Wood and Benjamin Law, just to name a few Australian names.
Keep updates on the announcement of the full programme here.
Day Dance 2020 | 29 Feb
The Day Dance Festival will bring a close to the month with tunes, boogying and plenty of beverages.
At the Lloyd Brothers Wine & Olive Company, BYO picnic rugs and prepare to hit the dance floor in the wine barrel room with a DJ playing hits from the last 30 years non-stop.
Grab your PIP (pretty-important-person) passes for $7 extra to access the cellar door verandah.
Get some friends together, you’ve got Saturday night sorted, at the McLaren Vale Day Dance, get your tickets here.
Fire Aid Festival | Saturday 1 Feb
Adelaide Tết Festival | Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 Feb
Bushfire T20 Showdown | Sunday 2 Feb
Jack Whitehall | Wednesday 5 Feb
Burgerlicious Festival | Friday 7 — Sunday 9 Feb
5K Foam Fest | Saturday 8 Feb
15 Shades of Rosé at 2KW | Saturday 22 Feb
Kangaroo Island SeaLink Cup Carnival | Saturday 22 Feb
Dune Rats | Saturday 29 Feb
Adelaide Festival’s 60th Birthday Concert with Tim Minchin | Saturday 29 Feb
Yorke Peninsula King Prawn Carnivale | Saturday 29 Feb/Sunday 1 March