Local Events

What's on for AUTUMN
april 5

Barossa Makers & Beyond Market


Presented by The Barossa Visitor Centre, with the Barossa Regional Gallery, the Makers and Beyond Market will feature a carefully curated group of artists and artisans. 

Including potters, woodworkers, textile artists, candle makers, contemporary jewellers, card creators and much more, the market will showcase a wide variety of local and South Australian made products in a festive setting. 

Held across two sites in the heart of Tanunda, visitors will be able to walk between the locations, enjoying the main street atmosphere along the way.

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April 20 & 28

Create & Sip - Paint Your Own Clutch Bag


This unique group workshop, held at Art Innovations as part of the Barossa Arts Festival, is an opportunity to get your creative juices flowing, as you paint your own clutch bag in a vibrant design. 

Throughout the workshop, you will be taught a range of different painting techniques – with all materials supplied, including step by step instructions. 

Led by local artist Karen Nickels, no prior experience is needed – just bring a positive attitude and be ready to have some fun!

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April 25 & 26

MIRUS Wine Launch Long Lunch with Clare Falzon and Sandor Palmai


What happens when you combine two of Barossa’s finest chefs with exceptional art and the inaugural wines from one of Barossa’s most exciting vineyards? You get… MIRUS. 

For the first time, Chefs Clare Falzon, formerly of Hentley Farm; Sandor Palmai, formerly of Rockford Wines and Barossa’s Favourite Front of House Specialist, Mel Hamilton of FINO and Temperance will together provide a long lunch feast to launch Estate Single Block range, Mirus at Wonderground. 

Don’t miss it!

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The Feast of Candela:
Alkina X El Estanco


The local duo you didn’t know you needed, El Estanco chef, Julian Velasquez and Alkina Winemaker, Amelia Nolan, will officially team up on May 4 for a culinary pairing of food, fire and micro terroir-focused wine at El Estanco. 

The three-course lunch, with six paired wines, is guaranteed to be paradise for your tastebuds, with fire-fuelled creativity, seasonal vegetables from Alkina’s organic Kitchen Garden and a creative take on paddock to plate cuisine inspired by Latin American cooking and Greenock’s tapestry of terroir. 

If you’re a lover of food and wine, this is an event for you.

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june 1

Missy Higgins ‘The Second Act Tour’

barossa arts centre

Australian music royalty, Missy Higgins, is unveiling ‘an anniversary tour with a difference’ to celebrate 20 years since her trailblazing debut, The Sound of White. 

Performing live at Brenton Langbein Theatre on June 1, ‘The Second Act Tour’ will include some new songs, plus a few fan favourites from early in her career, all played in a stripped back, acoustic style.

 Then, after intermission, she’ll take the stage again with her full band to perform The Sound of White in its entirety, plus some of her other hits.

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