2018 whyalla unearth festival

From the  fringe to the beautiful ada ryan gardens in whyalla comes the second whyalla unearth festival.

Last year's first ever uneARTh Festival attracted more than 10,000 people to Whyalla over two days and won the People's Choice Ruby Award at the Arts SA annual awards. This year promises to be even bigger and better for this FREE event on Friday and Saturday, March 30-31.

The legnedary Adelaide retro tribute band Chunky Custard is just one of the headling acts at this year's Whyalla uneARTh Festival.

Check out the rest of the line up: 

Dance offs, Karma and the Jester, Time and Space Circus, Ticklish Allsorts, Brie Ryan, yoga, Mr Spin, Emily Rawlings, Tahli and Haylee, Rusty Bonnett, Stuart High School Symphonies, Alterdrive, Scott Darlow, Jaime and Catherine, George and Chairman, The Blonde Bombshells; Colour Run; Hans, Chunky Custard, Adam Page, the Germein Sisters, Mel and Me; Namaste, Kinara Moon; D’faces; Eyes, Whyalla Players, Gospo Collective Jackson v Jackson, Artists at Work, Jasmine Moder, David Marino, Whyalla Ballet School, Area 53.

It’s all on Friday, March 30 and Saturday March 31 in the Ada Ryan Gardens and it’s FREE to see all the entertainment. That’s no charge to get in, nada, nothing … just turn up and enjoy the fastest growing event in South Australia – here in Whyalla!


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