Barossa Fringe Launch Party

Ticket prices: Free Event (No Tickets Needed)

Free Event (No Tickets Needed)

Duration: 5 hr

Dates & times

1 Venue

Tanunda Town Square/Barossa Visitor Centre

66-68 Murray St, Tanunda SA, Australia

Content warnings: G

Family Friendly:

Yes

Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
  • Warra Kattendi - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Events

About this event

What better way to kick off Adelaide Fringe 2020 than in Australia's premier wine region? Join us on opening weekend for a regional program like no other. Kicking it all off will be a street party in Tanunda, complete with local wine, food, entertainment and tunes, and special activities for young folk. Or come for the weekend and explore local music, cabaret, art and comedy at 13 different venues. Soak up the best the Barossa has to offer and celebrate like a local.

BAROSSA PROGRAM BELOW


Juggling vs Magic - Saturday Feb 15th 10am 

Songbirds - Saturday Feb 15th 7pm

Amelia Ryan: The Breast Is Yet To Come - Saturday Feb 15th 7:30pm

Peter Berner - Compassion Pie - Saturday Feb 15th 8:30pm

Barossa Wellness Wonderland & Colour Trail - Sunday Feb 16th 7:30am

Precious Sundays - Sunday Feb 16th 12pm-3pm 

Chill Zone - Sunday Feb 16th 2pm-6pm 

Vocali in the Valley - Sunday Feb 16th 2:30pm

Cool 4 Kids Music Makers Band - Sunday Feb 16th 1pm 

(Please) Validate Me by Benjamin Maio Mackay - Monday Feb 17th 7pm

Presented by:
Barossa Council

The Barossa is characterised by its rich heritage, rolling hills, stone churches and iconic vinyards. Our 22,000 citizens mostly live in six major towns and some smaller villages, and are proud of our history and culture.

The Barossa is famous for its premium wine and world renowned as an iconic tourist destination. Both wine and tourism are major drivers of our regional economy, with over 60 cellar door sales outlets and 250,000 to the Barossa each year.

Our many artisan food producers contribute to our culinary heritage, and the weekly Farmers Markets at Angaston and Mount Pleasant are a great showcase of our regional produce. The Barossa also boasts many family friendly activities - why not grab a bike and cycle through our picturesque towns or visit the Barossa Regional Gallery?

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