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Adelaide Music Festivals to Watch Out For

When you hear of “Music Festivals”, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? These kind of things might be overlooked as an exclusive thing for millennials, but this is definitely not the case. Anyone can attend music festivals no matter their gender, age, shape, size, or nationality.

Adelaide may be famous for its wineries and posh restaurants, but what a lot may not know is that the city holds a number of hip music festivals every year. Party to your favourite DJ’s spin, or chill out while listening to that jazz band that you’ve been wanting to see.

Womadelaide

womadelaide

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The WOMADelaide happens every year, and runs over a course of four days. It is usually held at the Botanic Park during March of each year. The festival presents a huge roster of dancers, DJs, visual artists, contemporary musicians, and musicians. You do not have to worry about being famished as well, as the event features over a hundred stalls of delicious food.

Guitars in Bars

guitars in bars

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Guitars in Bars started just last year, and boy, was it successful. Try hopping in a few Adelaide pubs, clubs, restaurants, bars, and exhibition spaces from July 14 to July 30, and you will not be disappointed. Be amazed and entertained by different artists from all over Australia while boozing out with your friends on a weekend. Some are free and some are ticketed, so make sure to check out this website for a guide on the event.

Laneway Festival

st jerome's laneway festival

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Laneway is one of the biggest music festivals in the world. It happens every year in Adelaide, Singapore, Brisbane, Melbourne, Auckland (New Zealand), Sydney, and Freemantle. The festival features local and international artists and bands, and is patronized by hundreds and thousands of music lovers. Last February 2017, acts such as Tame Impala, Jagwar Ma, Mick Jenkins, Sampa the Great, Tycho, Chet Faker, and a whole lot more graced Harts Mill’s stage. Laneway 2018 is currently being curated, so let’s watch out for the lineup – for sure it will be amazing as usual!

Music heals the soul and connects people. Festivals are fun, just make sure be safe and responsible. Enjoy!


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