Discover Festivals in South Australia in December 2023

South Australia’s year-long event and festival calendar showcases the state’s world-class food, wine, sport, art, design, and culture. In December 2023, South Australia will come alive with a variety of vibrant festivals. From the OzAsia Festival in Adelaide to other events in the region, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. Explore the festival calendar and plan … Read more

Uncover the Best Bands and Concerts in Adelaide December 2023

Adelaide’s music scene promises to be bursting at the seams this December 2023, with a diverse range of live music events and concerts scheduled throughout the festive season. Mark your calendars for high-profile acts such as The Dandy Warhols at The Gov Hindmarsh, Tate McRae at Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre Hindmarsh, and a host of Indie … Read more

What’s on in Adelaide in December 2023: Don’t Miss Out!

Adelaide comes alive in December, offering a myriad of exciting events suitable for locals and tourists alike. As the city embraces festive cheer, there is no shortage of things to do, from attending lavish parties and dinners to enjoying live music and unforgettable performances. In this article, we will share what’s new in Adelaide during … Read more

Adelaide Jazz Festival – Swinging to the Rhythms of Jazz

Taking place across multiple Adelaide CBD music venues, this weekend-long event celebrates local jazz, funk, soul and R&B artists. It also aims to surprise, inspire and delight those who think jazz is not their thing. Fused together after playing weekly at the Grace Emily Hotel, this quartet draws influence from greats like John Scofield and … Read more

Symphony at Its Finest

ASO’s crowd-pleasing Showcase Series continues, demonstrating their ability to play music of all genres. It also shows how new audiences can be tapped into for orchestral music. Pinchas Zukerman is one of the world’s finest violin and viola soloists, and a gifted conductor. His playing is fluid and expressive. A Night on Broadway A Night … Read more

Rising Stars in Theatre and Film

For much of Australia’s early history touring theatre companies and vaudeville circuits brought variety entertainment to regional towns. Some still exist today. From beneath the North Pole ice to fighting the roiling seas on Shackleton’s Quest, South Australian photographer Hubert Wilkins was one of the world’s great Polar explorers. 1. Emilia Murray In the film … Read more

Open-Air Extravaganza Exploring Adelaide’s Summer Festivals

With temperatures hovering around a sweat-soaked 30 degrees Celsius, Adelaide’s beaches are the place to be this summer. Take your pick from the city’s half-dozen gorgeous beach suburbs. Highlights include Romeo Castellucci’s Go Down, Moses; Patch Theatre’s ZOOOM (combining old-school whimsy and state-of-the-art technology), and the guitar legend John Zorn performing Masada Marathon, Classical Marathon, … Read more

Adelaide Festival of Arts – A Feast for the Senses

An opera stage turned lake and acrobats doubling as puppeteers are among the inventive elements in this year’s festival. A playwright confronts a career crisis and the death cult of politics, while a Palestinian author sparks a free-speech debate at Adelaide Writer’s Week. Lady Beatle adds new flavours to Beatles classics. Likewise, singers with harmonious … Read more

Adelaide’s Theatrical Heritage – A Journey Through Historic Venues

Adelaide’s historic buildings have been home to theatre, public meeting and musical performances. Whether it’s the iconic Thebarton Theatre, built in the 1920s or Fowler’s Live, the city’s much-loved live music venue which opened twelve years ago, its historic buildings have always been at the heart of the community. Explore the history behind these venues … Read more