Kicking off in Adelaide next month, the Adelaide French Festival will be celebrating some of the best music, theatre, film and more from the iconic European cultural nation. Incorporating the ever popular So Frenchy, So Chic in the Park festival on January 12th, the likes of Féfé, Juniore, General Elektriks and L.E.J. will perform at Pinky Flat representing for some of the hottest names in French music.
The line up doesn’t peak at So Frenchy, So Chic in the Park though, with the inaugural Adelaide French Festival bringing Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains (and their new album Domino) to the Dunstan Playhouse, Caroline Nin, as well as Adelaide locals Michaela Burger and Greg Wain with their Exposing Edith production, to the fore.
“This is such an exciting time for Adelaide, celebrating our state’s new connections with France and all things French.” Rebecca Pearce, the Associate Director of Programming for the Adelaide Festival Centre says. “The first Adelaide French Festival is an eclectic program of music, film, visual arts, fashion and workshops and more, with something for all tastes and ages. From full on Francophiles to those just discovering all that French culture has to offer, this festival has something for everyone so come and immerse yourself in this incredible French feast.”
Running from January 12th through until January 14th, the Adelaide French Festival is going to be an all out celebration of everything French. Fusing together timeless influences from across such a broad artistic culture, the Adelaide French Festival is all about demonstrating the endless stamp France and the arts that have emerged from the nation have had on contemporary art and creative culture.
More information about the festival can be found over here!