Get ready for the last month of summer! This February is the month when the city of festivals lives up to its name. With Fringe kicking off on the 14th, we have got you covered with the best places to go around Adelaide.
Check out these must-sees for February 2019.
Running all through February – The Moseley Beach Club
Grab your sunnies, towel and best outfit, because it is the return of South Australia’s first ever beach club, which will be hotting up at Glenelg through ’til March. The Moseley Beach Club is open 7 days a week, with single lounges and day beds available to book. If you don’t want to book a sun lounge or daybed, you can still enjoy The Moseley Beach Club in their open casual dining areas, packed with picnic tables & bean bags and live music daily. For more info click here
February 2 – Beachfest at Brighton
The first Saturday of Feb is covered with Beachfest at Brighton, as part of the Channel 7 Brighton Jetty Classic from the 3 in the arvo. While you are trying some delicious platters from Gourmet SA and sipping the best local drinks, listen in on some solid tunes from some top SA artists and feast your eyes on the Brighton Jetty Sculptures!
February 2 – 2019 Films Under the Vines
Every movie buff’s dream come true with the 2019 Films Under the Vines. Local filmmakers, and a collection of internationals, will be showcasing their work – free of charge, as part of the 48 Hour Film Project. Located at BASEM3NT (check map). Drinks from 5pm with the films following shortly after.
February 2 – Thebartonia – Street Party
It’s not summer time without a good street party. Thanks to the Wheaty & The City of West Torrens, this second instalment has plenty of wicked weekend vibes for everyone including a ton of market stalls, food trucks and performance by The Atlantic Street Band. All the action kicks off at 3pm and wraps at midnight.
February 3 – SA Spirits Day @ Plant 4 Bowden
Let your taste buds go wild at Plant 4 Bowden with SA Spirits Day. Come celebrate with the best cocktails and food for the cheap price of 25 dollars which includes a tasting glass to try ranges of gin, vodka and whiskey from around the state. All the fun starts at 11am. Check out the full list of distilleries here.
February 8 – LANEWAY Festival 2019
Celebrating their 15th anniversary, Laneway 2019 is bringing all the best in Aussie and international music with the entire line-up looking golden. While the first release is sold out, second release is still available at $125 dollars. Grab your tickets here.
February 8 – LANEWAY Festival 2019: Inflatable Boat Party
While the tunes are being busted out at Laneway 2019, why not chill out on the water near Hart’s Mill at the heart of Port Adelaide. Entry is free for this part with BYO inflatable.
February 9 – The 5K Foam Fest
Who said you can’t exercise and get clean at the same time? Be a part of the 5K Foam Fest fun run at the Oakbank Race Course. With over 20 obstacles including the world’s largest inflatable waterslide and 2.5 million cubic feet of foam, this family friendly day has a kids zone for the young ones (aged 7 and under), plus food stalls and beer gardens after you’ve worked up a sweat and got squeaky clean. Register here at EventBrite to get tickets.
February 9 – Ebenezer Night Markets
Can’t get enough of the Adelaide night life, definitely hit up Ebenezer Place, just off Rundle Street. The Ebenezer Night Markets is the perfect place to check out stalls of fashion, food, art and jewellery with it kicking off from 5:30pm to 10:30pm. Why shop during the day, when you can shop under the stars?
February 10 – R&B Vine Days
Whether you love red or a white, it’s all good at R&B Vine Days 2019. Kicking off at Leconfield Wines, McLaren Vale from 3pm, this much-loved annual concert is lead by hip-hop superstar Nelly and the always soulful Craig David. For full details on the line-up and how to get tickets, click here.
February 10 – Glenelg Sunset Markets
From the team that brought you Gilles at the Grounds, sees the return of Glenelg Sunset Markets near the South Esplanade from 4:30pm to 8:30 at night. Back for the second time this year with over 40 stalls, summer tunes and spots to eat. Perfect for anyone looking for a fun summer evening.
February 14 – 17 2019 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open
The ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open is back for 2019 at The Grange Golf Club. Kicking off from February 14, grab some food and drink, while you witness Australia’s best of the LPGA and ALPG as they fight for a share of the $1.7 millon dollar tournament purse. Free for kids and tickets from $19. Click here to buy them.
February 16 – Unley Greek Festival 2019
Get around the return of the award-winning Unley Greek Festival for 2019 down Oxford Terrace. With plenty of traditional food to eat, there’s entertainment for the whole family including dancing, music and carnival games for the kids. Gold coin donation upon entry.
February 23rd – 15 Shades of Rosé
Beautiful view? Check! Pink & White attire? Check!15 different styles of rosé from around the world? Check! 2KW is hosting 15 Shades of Rosé, on Saturday 23rd from 1pm to 4pm with a gorgeous Mediterranean feast by Chef Trent. Get your tickets here.
February 23rd – Ebenezer Night Markets
If you missed out on the previous Night Markets, be sure to head down to Ebenezer Place, just off Rundle Street. The Ebenzer Night Markets has a variety of stalls including food, jewellery, art and fashion. Starting at 5:30pm, don’t miss it!
February 24th – All Japan Day 2019
450 of Adelaide’s best Japanese cars are coming together at Wigley Reserve for All Japan Day. Enter your car here – $25 per entrant, and a gold coin donation for all spectators. Buckle up!
February 28th – March 3rd –Superloop Adelaide 500
One more day before the start of Mad March and what better way to kick it off with Superloop Adelaide 500. Celebrating the 20th anniversary this year will see plenty of race car action and concerts kicking off tomorrow. Get your tickets here and stay up to dat with all the latest via Facebook!