Whether you’re a Porch Sessions addict or a newbie, it’s hard not to get excited about the announcement of the full line up for their music festival, Porchland.
Joining the list of talented acts that were announced a few weeks ago is Indigenous artist and Australian favourite Thelma Plum, who brings her soul powerhouse vocals back to Adelaide for the first time in over a year. Further solidifying the awesome lady lineup is Ainsley Farrell, who hails from California via Sydney. Another new addition to the line up is Ryan John Martin who alongside Bjear and Stella Donnelly round out the South Australian talent.
Apart from the amazing music, the team from Porch Sessions – led by the ultimate legend Sharni Honor – are also putting together a marketplace filled with 25 stalls of foodie, wine and creative goodness. Dubbed the ‘Porchie Market Bazaar’, the set up will showcase local creatives and their wares as well as help you get through the day with some great food and drink.
And if that isn’t enough for you, they will be showcasing a film from local surf filmmaker, Andy Manners so you can get a snapshot of our amazing SA coastlines. Plus they’re teaming up with nature and sustainable activities guru, Twig & Stick to come up with a whole bunch of cute activities for both children and adults alike – so think clay play, nature crowns, weaving and building tiny little fairy villages.
This year’s festival will be at the picturesque Range Hall – just ten minutes out of McLaren Vale – with its tall pine trees, rolling hills and a glimpse of that awesome coastline.
That sounds like a pretty bloody good way to bring in summer to us.
FULL LINE UP: Thelma Plum, 30/70, Stella Donnelly, Stu Larsen, Ainsley Farrell, Bjear and Ryan Martin John + ‘Belong Nowhere’ film screening.
WHEN: Saturday, December 2 – 2pm-10pm
WHERE: The Range. 45 minutes from Adelaide, 10 minutes from McLaren Vale.
HOW MUCH: $60+bf – Available here. Bus tickets also available.