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Local Gig Guide

Jan 1 - 8:00 AM - Dec 31 - 5:00 PM

Friday, October 18 Arkaba Hotel: Sportys Bar And Arena | Daniel Cameron (5pm), Lounge Bar | Luka Poulain (8pm) Baddog Bar | L.R. Marsh Live (8pm) Bridgeway Hotel | Troy Harrison (7.30pm) Cafe Komodo | Tristen Bird (7pm) Cafe Troppo | Tosca (6pm) Crown & Anchor | The Lazy Susans (8pm) The Duck Inn | Steve Gower (7pm) Emu Hotel | Eleven Delivers The 1990s (8.30pm) Exeter Hotel | Savage Sunday Tour (8pm) The Fed On Semaphore | Jason Sym Choon & Co (8pm) Gaslight…

Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year exhibition 2019

Aug 16 - 10:00 AM - Nov 10 - 5:00 PM

The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition once again celebrates the natural heritage of the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea bioregions in 2019.

Art of Islam at Art Gallery of South Australia

No god but God: Art of Islam

Aug 24 - Oct 31

This is the first comprehensive survey of Islam’s extraordinary artistic heritage, spanning a period from the medieval ‘golden age’ of Islam until the contemporary era.

The Families in Wine Dinner Series

Aug 28 - Dec 4

Following on from the success of the Women in Wine Dinner Series held in Level One in 2018, we are proud to announce the Families in Wine Dinner Series.

Mod | Hedonism

Sep 17 - Nov 1

In its third exhibition, MOD. is exploring HEDONISM. We are talking about things we can do to excess that make us feel good for a lifetime, not just for a weekend. 

Southern Flinders Ranges Photo Festival

Sep 28 - Oct 23

The Southern Flinders Ranges Photo Festival has been inspired by the wealth of natural, cultural, historic and scenic values of the world renowned Flinders Ranges, a unique landscape dates back 600 million years that has continued to played host to cultures for 49,000 years.

Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations

Oct 1 - Oct 31

Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations is back for 2019. One of South Australia's best regional wine-based festivals it is the largest of its kind in the Limestone Coast, hosting over 60 unique events across 4 weeks. The event is made possible by South Australian Tourism Commission through Events South Australia with funding made available through the 2019-20 Regional Events and Festival Program. The month-long event kicks off on Tuesday 1 October with tastings running throughout October. A highlight on the wine region’s…

AGSA - Sonic Blossom at the Art Gallery of South Australia

Sonic Blossom

Oct 4 - Dec 27

Lee Mingwei is a Taiwanese-American artist based in Paris and New York. His work hovers in a space across poetry, aesthetics, and intimate human exchange.

Small Dinner Series

Oct 16 - Nov 21

An intimate evening with Erica Richards, brand ambassador for CCA, as you explore a bespoke modern Asian menu created by Chef Josh while learning about the spirits matched to each course. Tickets are super limited for these events and the last two dates have sold out. The dinner on the 16th of October is particularly special, with the entire menu being plant-based and 100% vegetarian, and matched to gin cocktails from Sipsmith Gin Distillery in London.

Gaga/people Movement Classes | 12 Weeks in Adelaide 2019/20

Oct 17, 2019 - Jan 2, 2020

Gaga/people Classes are open to people ages 16+, regardless of their background in dance or movement. No previous dance experience is needed!

Lucky Dumpling Market | 2019 OzAsia Festival

Oct 17 - Nov 3

Popping up on the Adelaide Riverbank from this October, Lucky Dumpling Market is your meeting place for the 2019 OzAsia Festival.

Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Art + Opening Night

Oct 17 - 6:00 PM - Oct 27 - 6:00 PM

Yolŋu rap sensation Baker Boy will kick off the opening weekend celebration of this year’s Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art 2019.

TARNANTHI at the Gallery 2019

Oct 18, 2019 - 8:00 AM - Jan 27, 2020 - 5:00 PM

TARNANTHI is presented in partnership with BHP and with support from the Government of South Australia.

OzAsia | £¥€$ (Lies)

Oct 19 - Oct 22

“The best way to rob a bank, is to own one” — William Crawford, Commissioner of the California Department of Savings and Loans You can read 'lies' in the title, or 'eyes', or Pound, Yen, Euro and Dollar. But whether falsities or currencies, it's about money. £¥€$ invites you to get under the skin of the well-to-do 1%, the super-rich, the ones who pull the strings, the faces we never get to see. For one night, you can take their chairs. You call…


Metallica ‘WorldWired’ Tour

Oct 20 - 7:30 PM

Metallica are making their long awaited return to Australia and New Zealand this October where they’ll continue the ‘WorldWired’ ’Tour.

Morgan Evans

Oct 21 - 6:00 PM

Nashville-via-Newcastle chart-topping singer-songwriter, Morgan Evans, has revealed his biggest ever Australian dates as part of his world tour.

The Split

Oct 22 - Nov 3

Jules and Tom are on an old fishing boat. They’ve borrowed it. It’s only pretty small. Jules and Tom have been together a long time. They’re close. They know a lot about each other. Something is about to end. Very little will happen. Everything will change. Will the world Jules and Tom knew be recognisable when they return?

OzAsia | What The Day Owes To The Night

Oct 22 - Oct 23

Combining strength, form and athleticism, 12 male dancers from across the Mediterranean Basin form spirals in fluid patterns of Sufi whirling, breakdancing, ballet and gymnastics that seem to defy physics. Acclaimed French-Algerian choreographer Hervé Koubi has crafted a distinct style of movement, one that fuses extraordinary athleticism and acrobatic skill with contemporary dance, physical theatre, warrior culture and capoeira. A deeply personal exploration of human migration and different cultures at the crossroads of east and west, What the Day Owes to…


Oct 22 - 7:30 PM

Early music has rarely sounded as chic or brilliant! The four musicians of French ensemble Nevermind – combining flute, violin, viola da gamba and harpsichord – met and founded their group while they were students in Paris.

Families in Wine Dinner Series

Oct 23 - Dec 4

Don't miss out on the next few dates in our Families in Wine Dinner Series! Come along for an evening of great food, brilliant wine and even better chat - featuring local winemakers and delicious food from our head chef Joshua Yeohwi Kim! * Families in Wine - The Siblings Dinner - 23rd October. Featuring Dune Wine (McLaren Vale), Small Gully Wines and The Mysterious Mr. Black (Barossa Valley). * Families in Wine - The Couples Dinner - November 20th.…

OzAsia | Totes Adorbs ❤ Hurricane

Oct 23 - Oct 27

They’re back! Get ready for round two as one of OzAsia Festival’s most adored artists returns with a new whirlwind experience and wild tribute to the subculture of Japanese superfandom and celebrity mania. Emerging from the underground scene of Tokyo’s famous Harajuku district, the 25 performers onstage are clad in rainbow- coloured school uniforms and launch into precise, synchronised moves as 50 songs are remixed into one music track, delivering information faster than the audience can process. Tofu, confetti, water…

OzAsia | Ghost Gamelan

Oct 23 - Oct 24

Singer Susheela Raman has released a chain of adventurous albums and is known as an intense, captivating live performer. Her music is always a complex mix of Western, South Asian and other global influences. Born in the UK to Tamil parents and raised in Australia, her seventh studio album Ghost Gamelan is a collaboration with contemporary Javanese gamelan composer, Gondrong Gunarto, and has been classed among 2018’s top albums by The Guardian and Le Monde. Admired for her unearthly voice and incandescent stage presence, don’t miss…


Oct 24 - Oct 30

Marc and Sarah have a one-way ticket to Mars. Their mission: to colonise the planet and live a Martian life, forever. But they’re not alone. Winners of a public voting competition, they’re the stars of billionaire entrepreneur Carl Jefferson’s new reality TV show, The Mars Project. Their journey and their every move is being watched by millions of people worldwide, and the cameras will never go away. Maybe the sky isn’t the limit after all. Add a ticket to Limit when you book…

OzAsia | So Long Country

Oct 24 - 7:30 PM

With contrasting playing traditions and an eclectic collection of instruments, the musicians assemble their collective memory to make songs from an imaginary place in the future, formed by rising sea levels. Part satire, part fantasy, part farewell, So Long Country brings forth an imagined future and makes valuable comment on current globalised music-making practices. Featuring Australia’s own Speak Percussion, who are described by the New York Times as ‘virtuosic and adventurous’, this exciting collaboration also includes composer Thomas Meadowcroft, Malaysian master of traditional Kelantan instruments,…

OzAsia | The Village

Oct 25 - Oct 26

An epic theatre event, tracing the lives of three different families across half a century, by China’s most revered playwright and director, Stan Lai. The Village is a deeply emotive coming-of-age story; expect to laugh and cry as heart-warming themes of identity, community and belonging are masterfully explored, appealing to the humanity within us all. In the late 1940s, thousands of Communist-defeated Chinese Nationalist Party soldiers fled to safety with their families in makeshift “military dependents' villages” in Taiwan. Fifty years…

OzAsia | Cuckoo

Oct 25 - Oct 26

An unusual and darkly comedic theatre event featuring three talkative rice cookers and their owner, sharing a deeply personal story about the pressures of modern Korean society. Jaha Koo and his telerobotic rice cookers take us on a journey through the last 20 years of South Korean history, revealing the layers of damage done to the people’s psyche after 1997’s major economic crisis. Spliced with frenetic montages of a society under pressure, Cuckoo is a very rare but honest, heartfelt and dreamlike…

The Mark Of Cain

Oct 25 - 7:30 PM

The Mark Of Cain return to the stage this October performing their debut album Battlesick in its entirety.  Originally released in 1989 via indie Adelaide label Dominator Battlesick sounded like no Australian album before it or since. Tracks like Wake Up, Dead Man’s Mail, The Setback, Call in Anger and the title track addressed the fear of dreams, the threat of death, anger over disappointment and personal setbacks; not exactly the subject matter of an era when Kylie Minogue was queen and Ratcat were primed to become the pinnacle of the…

British India

Oct 25 - 8:00 PM

The much anticipated return of British India happens this Spring 2019 as the boys return to the stage after a 12 month layoff, following the departure of lead guitarist Nic Wilson 2018. The band will embark on a run of live dates on the east coast throughout October and November, including festival performances at Stonefest in Canberra, Scene & Heard in Brisbane and BIG Festival in Geelong.

Sampa The Great

Oct 25 - 9:00 PM

Sampa The Great announces a huge Australian and New Zealand tour. In celebration of her upcoming Album “The Return” which creates a sense of home.

MUTO ‘Come Close’ Tour

Oct 25 - 9:00 PM

2018 was breakthrough year for Sydney electronic artist MUTO. The release of his debut 'Arcane' EP saw him go to the top of the Apple Music electronic charts, garner 10’s of millions of Spotify streams and heavy rotation on Triple J.

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