Join Harry James Angus and the top graduating jazz musicians from the Elder Conservatorium of Music for a night of unforgettable performances.

Harry James Angus, the firebrand trumpet-playing vocalist from The Cat Empire, is known both for his thrilling live performances and for his constant musical re-invention.

His work takes the raw intensity, chaos and exploratory power that has helped make The Cat Empire such an incandescent live experience, but redirects it towards a darker, more weirdly beautiful universe. A universe inspired by artists like Nina Simone, Van Morrison, Antony and The Johnsons and John Coltrane.

Be entranced by Harry’s smooth, smoky vocals and delighted by his enigmatic presence and unique way with words, as he weaves stories little and large for his audience.

Do not miss this very special evening at Elder Hall

Koonowla invites you to enjoy drinks with us on Friday 24th of September. Event starts from 5:30pm for pre drinks. We have Taco Cat serving their amazing food and Live entertainment by Liam Greenslade from 6pm. Relax under the stars with great food, acoustic music and stay toasty warm with our custom fire pits and patio heating.
This is a family friendly event. Pre bookings and payment are required.

‍This unique exhibition will feature pieces from over 12 artists based in Adelaide and Melbourne. The works themselves vary from capturing the breathtaking beauty of our oceans and their inhabitants, to unveiling the chilling issues of plastic pollution itself.

Not only will all profits be donated to ocean clean-up projects, but for every dollar spent at the exhibition we will clean that number of pieces of rubbish from beaches and waterways.

Funtime Fountain. Forget Babylon. Cosmic Antenna.

If these words intrigue you as much as they do us, we recommend coming to see us perform an ASQ Close Quarters gig at Big Easy Radio, this exquisitely quirky winery in Aldinga.

Come from 6.30pm and stay with us afterwards as we grab some glasses and assay the funtime in the fountain, take the dials and tune into the cosmos and indeed, agree finally and after much to-do, to forget babylon.

Join us at the newly refurbished Clare Golf Club Functions Room to celebrate the 2021 AFL Grand Final on the big screen. Bar is open, cheese platters, cheese Kranskies, gourmet hot dogs, and sweet potato fries with aioli on the menu.
Bring your family, bring your friends and have a fun night. This is a free event open to public.

Call or email to book a table.

From 1938 to 1975, Adelaide celebrated an annual Flower Day that allowed Adelaidians to show pride in their city by beautifying it with mass displays of flowers. Some 46 years later, Flower Day will make its long-awaited return, brought to you by the City of Adelaide.

Flower Day is designed to put a spring in your step with a range of beautiful, creative and joyful installations and activities all around the city. We’ve come together with a range of community groups and organisations to brighten the city streets with flower installations, activations and more.

Buy or pick yourself a bunch of flowers, wear your best floral clothes and join us in brightening up the city streets. Visit our website to find out what you can see and do in each location across the city and North Adelaide.

ONE NIGHT ONLY! Better than a Night at the Museum! As part of the HAHNDORF. HANDMADE. HANDCRAFTED. HANDPICKED. FESTIVAL.

Be one of 12 exclusive guests at the hunter’s table inside the secret taxidermy den.

Enjoy a chef-prepared venison dinner with locally produced Mordrelle Wines surrounded by some of the most majestic, rare, and exotic animals.

Finish the feast with the new Spirit of the Stag liquor.

Hear stories from almost 100 years of deer hunting, taxidermy, live deer capture, establishing two deer farms, commercial venison processing and velvet production.

Price: $250pp + booking fee

September 26, 2021 is the seventh Hahndorf Lantern Festival. Usually held in winter. This is a single day annual Lantern Festival in Hahndorf started in 2015.

The festival is the final part of a 7 week artist led candle lit paper lantern workshop project with local schools and families.

The event includes live music, a lantern display, a beautiful lantern parade at dusk and culminates in a memorising fire mural. There are kids activities, quality food and drink stalls.

In 2019 it attracted about 4,000 people. In Covid times our numbers are limited, this year to 2,000 people.

Terrace Tunes Featuring Acoustic Duo Tightrope

Saturday 18th September music approx. 2pm – 5pm

Start your weekend off right and join us at our Cellar Door for some awesome live tunes, food and wine on our Terrace on Saturday afternoon!
Free event, however space on the Vineyard Terrace is limited so please book ahead to grab your spot on the Terrace.
Featuring live music by our good friends Marco Chippillo and Claudio Vozzo from the band Tightrope with their acoustic tunes.
Approx. times the musicians will be performing 2pm-5pm.
~Saturday 18th September – Tightrope
Food available – Atze’s Corner Regional platters.
Cellar Door will be open from 1pm for tastings and wine by the glass as per usual prior to the live music.

Wine tastings available in the tasting room only throughout the afternoon (subject to availability).
Venue: Atze’s Cellar Door/Vineyard Terrace, 451 Research Road, Nuriootpa and watch the sun drench the vineyards with a glass of your favourite Atze’s Corner Wine.
Taking reservations for tables.

Please DM us on FB, call or text 0419 167 694 or email [email protected]
Food and Wine (No beer/cider/spirits etc.) available to purchase.
No BYO or dogs please. Free event.

An afternoon of music, fables and fairytales presented by Colin McDonald former ABC music presenter.

Many delightful works in the classical repertoire are based on folk stories and fairy tales. Colin’s program will include excerpts from a number of well known compositions including two of Tchaikovsky’s ballets, and the Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Dukos as well as others.

Colin will talk about the origins and significance of the tales which inspired the music.