Archive for Category: "Entertainment"
The explosion of the internet and the accessibility of (often illegal) music downloads over the last decade has changed the landscape of recorded music. BERNHARD SAYER reports.
Adelaide is quickly becoming the pop culture convention capital of Australia, with small time artists and vendors making a name for themselves in a unique field that is traditionally the domain of nerds and geeks. KYRA OLSSON reports.
Mad March is officially behind us, so what is there left to do in Adelaide? Plenty! AMELIA PINNA reports.
Due to its success, the Adelaide City Council will support the first Adelaide Night Market for an autumn season. A council spokesperson said the Adelaide Night Market has been one of the biggest success stories of Splash Adelaide 2012/13, ANASTASIA VENTO writes.
A new element to the WOMADelaide lineup has given those with a thirst of environmental knowledge the chance to learn from the elite JEMMA PIETRUS reports
As Soundwave continues to grow, the nation’s former favourite festival Big Day Out seems to be out of ideas. JAMES ATKIN reports.
A crowd-sourced film featuring footage from Mad March will be at the centre of a new State Tourism campaign by the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATAC) writes COURTNEY JOHANSON.
Not even the sweltering hot sun could have kept everyone away from the third day of WOMAD, with people filing in and finding their places amongst the ample shade of Botanic Park. A yoga workshop, held at the Moreton Bay Stage, was the perfect way to start the day. JESSICA RENAGLIA reports.
Don your fisherman pants, ditch the shoes and leave your fear of dancing in public at the door – WOMAD is again upon us! The sprawling parks welcome us back for a huge 21st celebration – that’s right, WOMADelaide is all grown up, having shared with us the finest world music and international flavours for over two decades.
Paddy is an Irishman. And he likes potatoes. His philosophy? Everything looks better done in a hat. EMILY ERICKSON reviews.