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I would like to introduce you to the Bowerbird Bazaar. It has become a gem within the Adelaide community, and its main intention is to connect local designers, artist and sellers to the local Public. A big Etsy market if you will, a hub to support entrepreneur within design, and when Christmas comes around, it is usually the busiest place to be.
I am either tuning into the sound of sad violin chorus or turning up the drums, because sadly it is the last weekend of the Fringe Festival.
Most of the events are held every day from the 13th of February to the 15th of March, which means when your a local you end up going more than once, which happened to me on many occasions. The Fringe Festival spreads all across Adelaide and into the outer suburbs, but when your in the CBD the main big venues are the places to go. There is Gluttony, The Garden of Earthly delights and the Royal Croquet Club.
We call it Mad March and for good reason. As I had mentioned it before in my last post, this event really takes the city by storm. But the Fringe is only one of the events that takes over Adelaide, and its a big one. It starts in February and ends in March.