Your guide to what’s on across SA

April School Holidays

On now until 28 April | Multiple locations

Looking to do something fun and exciting these school holidays? Visit our guide and explore the different activities on offer. From road safety to fruit picking, sports competitions to space plant learning and art, there is so much to see and do to keep the children entertained.

Elvis: A Musical Revolution

Elvis: A Musical Revolution

On now until 28 April | Her Majesty’s Theatre

Travel back in time and celebrate the life of the man who became the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll at Elvis: A Musical Revolution. Featuring more than 40 of Elvis Presley's hit songs, the performance explores pivotal moments that shaped Elvis’s life and musical career. Tickets are essential.

1 – 31 May | Adelaide

Celebrate the state’s multi-layered and diverse history at this month-long festival, which this year has the theme 'power'. The program features hundreds of events being held right across the state, from ghost tours to workshops and exhibitions. Start exploring the program now to decide which events you'll attend.

3 – 4 May | Dunstan Playhouse

A classical ballet production of the traditional Beauty & the Beast will hit the Adelaide stage in May, bringing to life one of the world's most loved classics. Make sure to secure your tickets now.

3 – 5 May | Adelaide

Australia's best wheelchair rugby athletes will compete at the Santos Wheelchair Rugby National Championship - the largest event of its kind in the southern hemisphere. The three-day event will be used to finalise the 12 athletes to represent the nation at the 2024 Paralympic Games, being held in Paris later this year.

3 – 12 May | Adelaide

Calling all food lovers! Tasting Australia - one of the nation's longest running eating and drinking festivals - is back this May and offers a chance to explore and savour the magic of food and drinks that only South Australia can offer. Head along to the event's main festival hub, Town Square in Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga, or scan the program and plan an outing to one of the many events on offer.

Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Inner Sanctum

On now until 2 June | Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA)

Presented in association with the Adelaide Festival and curated by José Da Silva, AGSA welcomes the 18th Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Inner Sanctum. The Biennial gives visitors the opportunity to get a snapshot of contemporary Australia through exhibitions, performances and talks that are reflective and hopeful. It is the longest-running survey of contemporary Australia art, held every two years since 1990.

2024 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize

On now until 10 June | South Australian Museum

From epic celestial canvases to salt and silk textile works, the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize brings together emerging artists as they investigate the natural world through art and science.

Cornucopia: Gardens and Gardening in South Australia

On now until 30 June | State Library of South Australia

Immerse yourself in the blooming beauty of Cornucopia at the State Library of South Australia. From First Nations peoples' caretaking of the land to mid-20th century gardens, discover the state's rich gardening heritage, including suburban, country, school and market gardens. Highlights of the free exhibition include South Australia's first gardening and viticulture book from 1843, a 1947 silent film by Hubert Wicks and the iconic Hills Hoist - once a feature in many Aussie back gardens.

SALT Festival

19 – 28 April | Eyre Peninsula

If you are looking for an event that converges art, innovation, culture and creativity, then SALT Festival has you covered. This 10-day event showcases the best of the Eyre Peninsula region, from seafood, theatre, art and music. Highlights to watch out for include the world premiere of Light Beats - a new interactive family adventure - and ARIA award-winning artist Josh Pyke joining a host of local talent to entertain the crowds.

Rose Week 2024

25- 28 April | Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Love roses? The Rose Society of SA will host the Autumn Rose Show in the Noel Lothian Hall, on April 25 from noon-4pm, and April 26 from 10am-4pm, featuring a display of cut flowers and floral arrangements. Learn more about how to grow the popular flower and get some growing advice from experts.  Or head along on April 26-28 and make your mark at the National Rose Trial Garden of Australia and make your make your mark at the People's Choice Award.

LIV Golf Adelaide

Live Golf

26 – 28 April | The Grange Golf Club

It’ll be a hole-in-one for golf fans when some legends of the sport return for the second instalment of LIV Golf Adelaide. So successful was the first tournament, it was crowned 2023's World's Best Golf Event at the World Golf Awards, announced in October last year. Aside from golf, the event features a festival-style Fan Village, food, drinks and live music.

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