With the hiatus of Sea and Vines since 2019, Day Dance provides a whole new festival model to bring the party back to the vineyards for the Queen’s birthday. Continue reading Day Dance brings groovers back to McLaren Vale for the June long weekend
The Summer Sounds Festival in Adelaide offered music lovers the chance to finally experience something that has been sorely missed: live music. Continue reading The new norm? What it’s like going to a socially distanced festival.
Summer Sounds music festival is the innovative “COVID-safe” solution to the previously suffering live music industry. Continue reading SA Health welcomes “COVID-safe” Summer Sounds music festival to Adelaide
There’s more to Adelaide’s alluring nightlife than the conflict it often brings, with a changing cultural dynamic highlighting opportunity for the arts community. Continue reading Adelaide after dark: How music and art eclipse drinking and drugs
The rekindling of Adelaide’s nightlife means it’s back to the stage for our amateur musicians. Continue reading And the band plays on: How Adelaide’s amateur artists coped with COVID-19
The effect COVID-19 has had on the Australian music industry is drastic. So how can we help in this time of need? Continue reading Australian music industry reports $330 million loss due to COVID-19
Many say this generation of young adults are reverting to the ’60s and ’70s in their choice of music, but are we heading back in time with how we party on a Saturday night? Continue reading Is live music in Adelaide dying out?
A sticky concoction of Red Bull and water splatters onto my already cider-stained, denim jacket as I plunge my wrinkled, prune-like hands into a large tub of ice. Continue reading Why you should stop being a punter and start getting paid to attend festivals instead
We need the artists, they do not need the machinery of the music industry. Continue reading You need me, man, I don’t need you