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What’s On: Adelaide this April

South Australia’s capital is infamous for its rich and vibrant food and wine produce. Tasting Australia will be headlining this April, with the state’s culinary gifts showcased in a jam-packed, celebrity chef line up. Film and music are also part of this month’s program with the arrival of the French and Spanish Film Festivals hitting the cinemas. April is a big one for Adelaide. See below to be a part of it!

Tasting Australia

Join the country’s finest foodies at the culinary event, Tasting Australia. For 10 days, the festival highlights the premium dining experiences South Australia has to offer through workshops and tastings. Hosted by culinary royalty, Simon Bryant and Jock Zonfrillo, the festival is a luxury experience to indulge, explore and gauge on the country’s premium produce. Event highlights include underground fining in a lime cave held by Maxwell Wines and Wine Masterclasses.

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Various Regions, Adelaide, 13-22 April 2018

American Express Openair Cinema

American Express Openair Cinema at Glenelg Beach continues this month. If you are yet to see the blockbuster hit, Black Panther, make this your cinema of choice! Pull up a bean bag, grab yourself a fresh drink from the cinema’s licensed bar and enjoy the films under the stars. Bliss!

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Colley Terrace, Glenelg
15 March – 15 April 2018 Tickets start from $18

The Alliance French Film Festival

Cultural film event, the Alliance French Film Festival, is in full swing during April. Artistic Director, Philippe Platel, has selected more than 50 features and documentaries – many of which will be Australian premiere. The Festivals diverse range of films showcases the diversity and quickness of French contemporary cinema. Highlights include, Normandy Nude, C’est La Vie! and 50 is the New 30.

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Selected Cinemas 22 March – 15 April 2018 Tickets start from $22

The 21st Spanish Film Festival

Brush up on your Spanish skills this month with the launch of the Spanish Film Festival. A diverse range of Spanish films are set to hit the big screen with female-driven story and musical, The Tribe, headlining this year’s festival. From comedies to gripping thrillers, the Festival offers a dynamic taste of culture, life and cinema of Spain.

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Selected Cinemas 26 April – 13 May 2018 Tickets start from $22

Groovin The Moo

Popular music festival Groovin The Moo returns to Adelaide Showgrounds this month with an all star line up. Australian grown DJ’s Flight Facilities are among the artists set to take centerstage alongside headlining international acts including German DJ, Claptone. Your glitter queens at Powder Pen will also be at the festival to add some extra sparkle to your look!

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Adelaide Showground 27 April 2018 Tickets start from $119.95
Feature image via openaircinema.com