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Tasting Australia – 5 to 14 April 2019 – free and ticketed events
Discover what's new on the menu with the ultimate food and beverage experience.
In 2019, enjoy culinary perfection with Brazil's Alex Atala from D.O.M, one of the world's top 50 restaurants, and Peter Gilmore, chef at Quay, named Australia's top restaurant in Gourmet Traveller magazine.
South Australia History Festival – 27 April to 31 May 2019 – free and ticketed events
Delve into our past, discovering the buried secrets of South Australia's history as you climb the branches of your family tree.
In our state's annual history festival, a series of talks, workshops, walks and exhibitions will step through the centuries of local stories, restored through artefacts, letters, artwork and photography.
Dreambig Children's Festival – 22 May to 1 June 2019 – free and ticketed events
Showcasing our next generation of artistic talent, millions of children in SA have performed in Dreambig since its inception in 1974.
The festival begins with a giant opening night performance featuring dance, a simultaneous book reading by students throughout Australia. The fun continues with 10-Minute Day Parties inside shipping containers, Of All The People In All The World, where grains of rice contain the statistics of life, The Gruffalo, a popular stage play returning after sellout seasons in Broadway and the West End.
Adelaide Guitar Festival - 15 to 19 July 2019 – free and ticketed events
The guitar is the musical-must for rock stars and a hit with children as they prefer an electric, classical or bass guitar over all other musical instruments.
Celebrate the sound at the Adelaide Guitar Festival, returning in 2020. In 2019, the party continues with 'Guitars in Bars', featuring hundreds of local musicians performing throughout Adelaide in our bars and clubs.
Discover why Adelaide is Australia's only UNESCO City of Music during this special edition of the festival, with a series of cosy concerts handpicked by classical guitarist, Slava Grigoryan.