Monday, January 25, 2021

There’s no party like the Vintage Festival parade

With the Barossa Vintage Festival fast approaching, it’s time for the community to channel their inner creativity and start planning their float for the much-loved Vintage Festival Parade on Saturday, April 17.

Community callout for parade registrations

The Barossa Vintage Festival is built on the foundation of community spirit, pride and participation. Since 1947, the Barossa community have embraced the Festival, by hosting and participating in events which showcase and celebrate the region’s famed wine, food, art and culture.

2021 Vintage Festival will show the best of the Barossa

The 2021 Barossa Vintage Festival programme offically launched on Thursday, December 10th

Support for the Barossa Vintage Festival ‘heart-warming’

With event registrations now closed ahead of the 2021 Barossa Vintage Festival, Festival Director, Ms. Jenny O’Brien said the response to the much-loved community Festival has been “heart-warming”.

Barossa to host inaugural Italian Festival ride

The Barossa will host the inaugural La Grande Gita on November 15, a cycling event which will take participants and their supporters...

Celebrating art in a safe and simple way

Metal sculptures, woven pieces, mosaics and murals have formed The Tranquillity Trail in Moculta as part of this year’s SALA Festival.

‘100 Barossa Artists’ just keeps giving

‘100 Barossa Artists’ has snowballed into five projects this August as part of the SALA Festival. The 100 Barossa...

Barossa tradition continues at the Tanunda Show

Final preparations for the 107th Tanunda Show are underway at the Tanunda Oval as the committee anticipates a successful event on March...

Thousands of people at Barossa Fringe on Tour

Thousands of locals and tourists alike celebrated the Barossa Fringe on Tour over the weekend, with the event as a whole being...

Over 3,000 people at Greenock’s Wanderlust

Well over 3,000 people spent Friday night eating, drinking and immersing themselves in art at Greenock’s Wanderlust event, part of the Barossa...