Fringe hits the beach at Glenelg Winter Arts Festival
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Libby Parker
2w ago
If you’re looking for something to do these school holidays, it’s all happening down at the sea side! The Glenelg Winter Arts Festival returns to the shoreline of Glenelg this winter promising a thrilling lineup of events that will once again transform this iconic Adelaide coastal location into a hub of creativity and entertainment. From the 5th to the 21st of July, Glenelg’s premier reserve will come alive with a myriad of ticketed shows for kids, families and grownups, which is the perfect way to take the chill off the air this July. With plenty of undercover spaces perfect, an electric atmo ..read more
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HARVEST ROCK II – Day two review
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Matthew Trainor
9M ago
The final day of Harvest Rock’s second iteration was another feast for the senses, offering stellar sounds and plenty of food and drink options to choose from. Julia Jacklin provided a perfect Sunday afternoon vibe with her nuanced songwriting and emotive voice. Her smooth vocals are quite irresistible and work so well with her talented ensemble. While it was a great set to sit in the afternoon sun and soak up, the finale of ‘Pressure to Party’ had us up and moving. The mid-afternoon choices fell between the 70s psyche groove of Babe Rainbow at the Vines Stage and Nick Murphy’s cool creation ..read more
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Beer & BBQ Festival 2023 – opening night review
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Matthew Trainor
1y ago
Unusually balmy winter conditions, a great line-up of bands and an enthusiastic crowd made for an excellent way to kick off the 2023 Beer & BBQ Festival at the Adelaide Showground. Given the location, the night-time line-up on the main stage that paired The Living End with Magic Dirt certainly created some nostaglic Big Day Out vibes. Both acts, who were BDO mainstays in the event’s late nineties / early two-thousands hey-day, made mention of this significance during their sets – Magic Dirt’s Adalita noting that the main difference was the former festival’s uncompromisingly hot weather co ..read more
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Adelaide Fringe Festival 2023: Electric Skies
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Daisy Sumersford
1y ago
Drones are back at Adelaide Fringe in 2023, following on from the award-winning show Sky Song comes Electric Skies, a multi-sensory light, sound and drone spectacular, launching 500 drones over one hundred metres into the night sky. Across two unforgettable nights, see the skies over Pakapakanthi/Victoria Park light up with a multi-sensory, electrifying drone show woven with First Nations language and traditional songs. Electric Skies will feature specially made music from the Electric Fields duo Zaachariaha Fielding and Michael Ross, with Zaachariaha’s paintings also insp ..read more
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It’s time to brighten up your wardrobe! Adelady + Gathered Summer Fashion Weekend
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Leila Hallak-Low
1y ago
We all know it’s the most wonderful time of year in Adelaide and throughout our great state. The sun is shining, Fringe time is upon us, and the Adelady + Gathered Summer Fashion Weekend is returning for 2023! If you are looking to shine this festive season, head down to the gorgeous Torrens Parade Grounds on Saturday 18 February and Sunday 19 February to soak up the sun and browse over 100 stalls full of exceptionally talented SA and Australian designers.   Whether you’re looking for the perfect outfit, accessories (hats, handbags, shoes and jewellery), cosmetics, or a gift for tha ..read more
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HAPPY FATHER’S DAY TO ALL DADS, SINGLE MUMS AND NON-BINARY PARENTS
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Upside Writer
1y ago
I hate to think we’re still living in a world where a group of men wait outside a hospital room smoking cigars while a woman in labour goes through the most physically intense moment of her life. Nevertheless, Father’s day is synonymous with masculinity and, subsequently, we see gift guides packed with overtly masculine products. This year we thought we’d put together a gift guide that explores alternate sides to masculinity and not just utility vehicles, sports cars and golf clubs. Now, you’re kidding yourself if you think dad doesn’t have a favourite, so check out these gift ideas to help yo ..read more
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Happy Fathers Day, Dad!
Upside Adelaide » Food
by peacockella
2y ago
In case you didn’t know (I’m sure you did), Father’s Day is just around the corner – 5 days to be exact, though there’s no need to panic because I’ve got you sorted! Every year the day comes around to celebrate one of the most important people in your life, your dad. Father’s Day is for all the dads, uncles, grandpas, fathers to be, fathers who desperately want to be fathers and father role models.  It’s a day for appreciation and gratitude for that special figure in your life.  Fortunately, not every father is the same, however, when it comes to Father’s Day Gifts, I’m sure we wish ..read more
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Did someone say cheese? Ella’s favourite festival returns bigger & cheesier than ever
Upside Adelaide » Food
by peacockella
2y ago
Do you like cheese, drinks, and dancing? I sure do and boy oh boy have I got the place for you.  Cheesefest is coming to Adelaide on Friday 14th until Sunday 16th of October at Rymill Park, Murlawirrapurka, and you don’t want to miss these three days full of life’s necessities! The agenda for this year’s CheeseFest consists of a melting pot of cheesemakers, great food, drinks, and dancing so obviously it needs to go in your diary.  I am super excited about the lineup of new vendors, artisans, and unexpected surprises, as well as the Cheesefest regulars, which will entice ne ..read more
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FERGUSON AUSTRALIA AND CALLUM HANN RECIPES FOR YOUR EASTER
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Libby Parker
2y ago
Whatever you’ve got planned this Easter long weekend, third generation fishing family Ferguson Australia have got some recipes to spice things up and add some flavour to your celebrations. Catch more fresh seafood recipes at Ferguson Australia ..read more
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ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW, NAT’S WHAT I RECKON: UNCOOKED, ROYALTY THEATRE, 2022
Upside Adelaide » Food
by Josh van't Padje
2y ago
After blowing up on YouTube during the initial lockdown, Nat’s What I Reckon’s original comedy cooking channel with a metal twist continues to resonate with a global audience and has inspired many to think about what they’re cooking themselves and have a laugh at the same time. Filling up the Royalty Theatre for his second live tour Nat’s What I Reckon: Uncooked keeps the comedy fresh and the food examples deplorable. Support act Rudy-Lee Taurua warmed the crowd up with riffs on car theft and his lack of surprise at the amount of people that still come up to him after shows to express their co ..read more
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