Entertainment Hive 2020

Glorious Asian riverbank market

In an OzAsia Festival first for 11 glorious nights, Adelaide’s Riverbank Precinct will be transformed into an Asian hawker-style market. The market will feature food stalls with offerings such as dumplings, dosa, pad Thai, gyoza, themed bars, lanterns and nightly entertainment to delight market-goers. The  Adelaide Night Noodle Markets brought to you by Good Food Month, in association with Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival is the landmark event for audiences to experience Asian cuisine like no other.   24  September – 4 October,  Adelaide Festival Centre and Art Space Gallery forecourt, The Blue Hive and Station Road Precinct. Free entry weekdays from 5pm til late, weekdays from noon til late.  “Good Food Month’s Night Noodle Markets is one of Australia’s most successful food events and it is a natural fit to form part of OzAsia Festival, giving audiences an opportunity to experience the best Asian food from leading restaurants and chefs in Australia alongside the contemporary performing arts program,” OzAsia Festival director Joseph Mitchell says.  Ever wanted to take a fun ride in a neon-glowing, pedal-powered cruiser – a sepeda lampu? Shedding Light, a project from Adelaide’s Tutti Arts, brings live performance art to the Riverbank Precinct featuring street performance, poetry and interactive art installations by artists with a disability from Australia and Indonesia. You’ll be whisked away in a private sepeda lampu and experience small bursts of unique performance art, shedding light on disability in the arts. FREE 24-26 September, 29 September - 3 October Blue Hive + River Deck. OzAsia Festival, Adelaide Festival Centre, various venues, September 24 to October 4. Bookings: BASS 131 246
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