Our latest CitySpotlight series will focus on events and activities to keep you entertainedover the coming months. With an exciting array of festivals, concerts andevents in each of Australia’s capital cities, you’ll be abreast of everythingworth attending in the near future.
The South Australian capital will be buzzing over theJuly-August period, with music and culinary offerings the flavour of the month.
Winter Island Festival 2017
Get down to the Producers for a celebration of liveAustralian music on Friday 14 July. The Winter Island Festival will include a sand covered dancefloor and beachvibes as a backdrop to some of the state’s best local artists.
Aussie hip hop
If you’re a fan of Australian hip hop, then Adelaide is theplace for you in the next few weeks. Catch Spit Syndicate at the Fat Controller on Friday 14 July, or save your pennies to see Horrorshowat The Gov on Saturday 15 July.
Adelaide Beer and BBQ Festival
A three day-event at the Adelaide Showground, this is aperfect fit for beer and meat enthusiasts. With over 50 exhibitors and some ofthe state’s best chefs, the Adelaide Beer and BBQ Festival is not to be missed.
There is no shortage of activities in Perth, ranging fromsport and music to the theatre.
AFL Western Derby
With both Western Australian teams still battling for a spotin the top eight, the derby between West Coast and Fremantle promises to be an outstanding contest. Ifyou’re new to AFL, this clash at Domain Stadium on Sunday 16 July is the idealway to witness your first game.
Following his chart topping debut album Gang Signs &Prayer, English grime and hip-hop sensation Stormzywill take centre stage at Metro City on Thursday 20 July. The award winning,23-year-old artist will then back it up the next day at Splendour in the Grass2017.
The celebrated live-production of Aladdinhas finally landed in Perth. From the producers of the Lion King, this Disneyclassic is ultra-popular, so try and grab a ticket to the show at Crown Theatreas soon as possible!