Make the most of the Adelaide nightlife this weekend with the East End Live Music Crawl and Adelaide Wine Markets or learn something new with wine-themed painting classes or the Thin Ice VR experience.
What’s On: Music in the East End, painting in the vines and cellar doors in the city
Party on our street
BRKLYN, NOLA, The Belgium Beer Café, Mr Goodbar and The Stag Public House have come together to put on the East End Live Music Crawl on Sunday, November 21. Featuring South Australian musical talent, the event seeks to bring people together to fill the East End streets, bouncing between their favourite venues and filling their ears with the sound of live music. The event is spread across the venues, with each hosting different artists and set times throughout the day. You can kick off at midday with a refreshing beer at The Belgium Beer Café or finish the night with some fried chicken and a dram of whiskey at Nola, the choice is yours.
Uncork your creativity
Peratinga Cellar Door, the home of Bec Hardy Wines, is inviting wine-lovers to unearth their inner Monet on Sunday, November 21 with the Paint @ The Vines event. Studio Vino is leaving the city and bringing their wine-tastic painting classes to the vineyards. The theme is “Flora and Fauna”, the perfect platform to get the creative juices flowing in the beautiful setting of the vines. The step-by-step painting session will be led by an instructor from Studio Vino, with all painting materials included and accompanied by a glass of Bec Hardy Premium Sparkling and a delicious cheese platter.
On thin ice
The world premiere of Thin Ice VR will be presented in collaboration with the Adelaide Film Festival and the South Australian Museum on Saturday, November 20. The 20-minute historical virtual reality experience tells the story of Sir Ernest Shackleton and his harrowing expedition to cross Antarctica coast-to-coast. Follow in Shackleton’s footsteps and bear witness to the icy environment that he and his peers experienced, and learn how it has been transformed today by the effects of anthropogenic climate change.
Sipping on sunsets
Enjoy an evening of serenity at the Bethany Wines Cellar door on Friday, November 19 with the very first Friday Night Sundowner. Watch the sunset with a glass of wine in hand and enjoy an evening of live music featuring Kayler Woithe and delicious paella courtesy of The Hungry Toro.
City cellar door
Coonawarra’s best wineries will be pouring their finest drops at the National Wine Centre on Sunday, November 21 with the Coonawarra Cellar Door in the City. Enjoy two hours of wine tastings in your souvenir wine glass from 28 Coonawarra producers alongside complimentary food offerings. To taste beyond Coonawarra, join wine critic Nick Stock and Coonawarra winemaker Sarah Pidgeon in a Masterclass featuring 2010 vintage wines from world-famous regions paired with individually plated palate cleansers.
Saturday night wine
Taste your way through some of South Australia’s best small and boutique wine producers on Saturday, November 20 with Adelaide Wine Markets’ Grenache Fest. As you participate in tastings from 30 producers of wine, beer, cider and spirits, have a chat and discover the exciting stories from behind your favourite labels. The evening markets will have live music and food vendors to enjoy as you fill up your glass and taste the best of South Australia.
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