It’s said that after March, Adelaide goes somewhat into hibernation. But this time, you’re going to want to be out and about.
It’s just been announced that the Adelaide Food Fringe will be launching this year. With over 100 events across nine days, from Friday 7 May to Sunday 16 May, you will be inundated with options for South Aussie food and drink events.
With special dinners, cultural celebrations, picnics, festivals, exhibitions, talks, cooking classes, wine, gin, beer tastings, tours, food trails, vegan events, breakfasts, future food explorations, music and so much more. (yes, more than all that!).
This will be the Adelaide Food Fringe’s official launch as Covid forced the cancellation last year.
Celebrating Adelaide’s diverse multicultural community, the festival brings an array of different cuisines and cultures. With over 18 nation’s represented, there will be dinners, cooking classes, demonstrations, masterclasses and experiences.
There are a number of food and beverage hubs hosting multiple events include Patritti Wines in Dover Gardens, the stunning new Never Never Distillery door destination in the McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills’ Lot 100 heads to Henley Beach for an amazing collaboration with Melt, Sea Salt and West.
Adelaide Food Fringe Director, Vic Pisani, said “It’s truly a festival for the people by the people as it’s 100% curated by your locals and friends that registered their events and ideas.”
“There’s a massive variety of events on offer right across the state, and I know it’s a festival director cliché, but there’s honestly something for everyone of any age, interest and budget.”
There’s honestly so many options so head over to their website here and find out what’s on offer!