It’s a bitter pill to swallow, but would come as small surprise for many of those who had been following along.
The Royal Adelaide Show has been cancelled for the second year in a row, with Premier Steven Marshall confirming that the decision had been made by the organisers of the event in light of growing COVID-19 concerns.
And while this year’s Show was always going to be a difficult prospect, with decreased capacities and border restrictions, the decision still kicked off widespread debate across the state over whether the right call was made.
Premier Steven Marshall joined Erin and Soda this morning to chat about the decision and answer the question ‘Why is The Show cancelled when there are still crowds permitted at the footy?”
Take a listen to his explanation here: