Over the next four weeks the newly developed entertainment precinct on the River Torrens will be hosting street food, markets and music.
Over the next four weeks the newly developed entertainment precinct on the River Torrens will be hosting street food, markets and music, as the Blue Hive on Riverbank Promenade will play host to the Friday Noodle Nights + Markets. Four Asian food vendors will do their thing consecutively over the four Fridays, and be accompanied by a set of local musicians. The Adelaide InterContinental Hotel will also be selling noodles from their own pop up bar every Friday night. Kids are free to play in the Imagination Playground and the Goodwood Arthouse Marketplace will have fashion and art on show from a selection of Adelaide’s designers and artists. This week kicks off on the 21st with Ginza supplying the sushi while Adelaide songstress, Delia Obst, supplies the tunes. In the following weeks, Nu Thai, Phat Buddha Rolls and Indochina will be serving street food to the masses, while Banjo Jackson, Sascha Marsh and Andy Mac entertain. Johnny Yung, owner of Ginza and Indochina said, “The Blue Hive at the Riverbank Promenade is an ideal spot to meet with friends before heading down to catch a Fringe show.” Friday Noodle Nights + Markets will be open 4pm-10pm, February 21, 28 and March 7, 14 on the Riverbank Promenade (adjacent to the Dunstan Playhouse). Admission is free.