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Festival X Adelaide 2022
Fri,2 Dec 2022

Festival X Adelaide 2022

Megan Thee Stallion, Calvin Harris, Don Toliver and more

  • electronic
  • hip hop
Sat,10 Dec 2022


Jon Hopkins

    Field Trip NYE 2022
    Sat,31 Dec 2022

    Field Trip NYE 2022

    Will Sparks, Colin Hennerz

      Sun,29 Jan 2023


        Taake (Nor) & Akhlys (USA) "Southern Funeral February 2023"
        Sat,4 Feb 2023

        Taake (Nor) & Akhlys (USA) "Southern Funeral February 2023"


          Vengaboys - 25th Anniversary Tour
          Sat,18 Feb 2023

          Vengaboys - 25th Anniversary Tour


            Counting Crows - The Butter Miracle Tour
            Thu,30 Mar 2023

            Counting Crows - The Butter Miracle Tour

            Counting Crows

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              Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. It lies on the eastern shores of Gulf St Vincent in the central, southern part of the Australian continent. Adelaide is Australia's fifth largest city, with a population of over 1.2 million. More than three quarters of South Australians live in the Adelaide metropolitan area. Adelaide is on a plain between the rolling Adelaide Hills and the Gulf and is bordered by many of Australia's famous wine regions. The Barossa Valley and Clare Valley regions lie to the north, the McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek regions to the south and the cooler climate Adelaide Hills region to the east. Historically known as the City of Churches due to its new world origins as an incubator for religious freedom, much of the architecture in the inner city is retained from the colonial era. Heavily influenced by the prevailing styles popular in England at the time, the heritage architecture is similar to many European cities built in the 19th century. Proximity to premium wine and food growing regions, as well as waves of immigration from Germany, Italy, Greece, Vietnam, China and India have created a unique multicultural gourmet food and café culture in the City and inner suburbs. This café culture is supported by Adelaide's global reputation for the arts and particularly the arts festivals held in March including the Adelaide Festival and the Adelaide Fringe Festival, which is second only to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in size. The city is the home of Adelaide Oval, famed as one of Test cricket's most picturesque grounds and has been redeveloped to host AFL football matches during the winter months. Australian football has a long history in Adelaide and AFL matches are played at Adelaide Oval in North Adelaide. Adelaide and the surrounding wine regions also host the Tour Down Under, which is the largest cycling race in the Southern Hemisphere and the first stage of the UCI WorldTour.

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