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This new festival in a brewery concept is music to my beers
There's a new festival hitting the Port on March 30th, 2019. Get ready to party at A Day on the Cans (ADOTC) with the team behind the ever-popular Adelaide Beer & BBQ, Groovin' The Moo and Soundwave festivals. Held at the new Pirate Life Brewery in Port Adelaide, it weaves together music, beer, art and food into one epic day. Kicking off at 2pm and partying all the way through til 11pm.
A Day On The Cans Festival logo. Image credit General Admission Entertainment.
On the single music stage, you can expect to hear beats from artists such as Drapht, The Delta Riggs, Press Club, The Southern River Band - plus many more. Mr Trials will be hosting the event to ensure there won't be a dull moment while you knock back a bevvie or two on the day.
Drapht - One of the headliners at ADOTC. Image supplied by General Admission Entertainment.
The venue will be the perfect opportunity to see the new home of Pirate Life Brewing and sample some of their finest beers, with varieties to suit all tastes. Our favourites include their IPA and stout, but you might like to give their golden ale or pale ale varieties a go. You won't miss the venue - just look out for the huge Dalgety woolstore with the giant peacock on the side.
The Dalgety Woolstore - now home to Pirate Life Brewery. Image supplied by General Admission Entertainment.
For those who have been to the Wonderwalls festivals in the past, keep your eye out for Vans The Omega who'll be back painting two huge water tanks live as part of this year's event during the festival. If that's not quite your style, you can get a tattoo to remember the day from Black Diamond Tattoo or if you need a new fade, beard trim or just a general clip - make sure you hop in the chair at Robbies Chop Shop who'll have their barbershop setup as well.
The details for A Day On The Can festival. Image supplied by General Admission Entertainment.