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GROUNDED is a new pop-up precinct created in Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga during Adelaide Fringe 2018. This much loved community space will transform into GROUNDED from Friday 16th February through to Sunday 25th February 2018.

GROUNDED is all about being in the heart of Adelaide in summer and connecting young people and their adults to great experiences – a music festival, a film screening, theatre shows, interactive art installations and great participatory workshops to name a few.  2018’s coolest one stop Fringe entertainment precinct will also offer an amazing array of delicious food and beverages, with shaded areas suitable for everyone to enjoy the fun during the heat of the summer days – stay cool is the only rule at GROUNDED!

Full program schedules and information: www.groundedadelaide.com
Tickets on sale now from: Fringetix www.adelaidefringe.com.au or phone 1300 621 255

GROUNDED OPENING NIGHT – Event
16 FEBRUARY
FREE
Featuring a Welcome to Country and indigenous cultural performances by Kurruru and Of Desert and Sea Dance

DON’T MISS

SUPERMASSIVE Music Festival 

Programmed for people of all ages with a packed music program that includes three-time ARIA Award winning Australian singer/songwriter Sarah Blasko, 2017 South Australian Music Awards ‘Best New Artist’ – Adelaide’s own Heaps Good Friends, 12 year old slam poet Solli Raphael, musical wizard/multi-instrumentalist Adam Page and award winning producer, composer and performer of electronic music DJ Tr!p…..just to name a few!

When:          Sunday 25th February, 2018
Where:        Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga – Adelaide, SA
Time:           From 11am till close
Duration:     8 hours
Tickets:        Full price – $33 each/ Family (2 Adults/2 Children) $112 / Group 6+ $28 each
Content:      G

BIG & LITTLE PEOPLE

SALTBUSH – CHILDREN’S CHEERING CARPET 

Theatre
16 – 18 FEBRUARY, 21 – 24 FEBRUARY
TIX $28 / Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) $92/ or Group 6+ $23

Saltbush is a plant that can be found throughout Australia in almost all Aboriginal lands, and so it represents a common thread between all the different nations of Australian indigenous peoples. This shared idea acted as a point of inspiration for the narrative, contemporary painting, dance and instrumental music that were created by the Aboriginal artists in this production. These artistic forms were used as a means of interpreting the natural features of the landscape in an indigenous mythological context.

Through its sensor and infrared cameras, allows the children to interact, play and perform in the production and provides an immersive experience of the artwork. This also provides a unique experience for parents and teachers as they watch the children become involved.

The narrative centres on the journey of two friends and their spiritual guide on foot as they cross Australian landscapes – river country, an urban landscape, desert and the sea. The journey is one of discovering the land, growing an understanding and acknowledging how it challenges or provokes personal journeys.

THE SECRET LIFE OF SUITCASES

Theatre
17 – 18 FEBRUARY, 21 – 24 FEBRUARY
TIX $28 / Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) $92/ or Group 6+ $23

One day, a suitcase suddenly appears at Larry’s door. A suitcase with a tiny label. A tiny label with Larry’s name on it. And this suitcase has a mission…

Join Larry in The Secret Life of Suitcases as his world gets turned upside down by a fantastical flying suitcase taking him further than he ever thought possible.

 

THE MEGAPHONE PROJECT

Interactive art installation
16 – 18 FEBRUARY, 21 – 24 FEBRUARY
FREE

the megaphone project is an interactive sound field, an installation that allows people to discover a game of sound and physical play: a world of private and public broadcast. A collection of striking red megaphones of different shapes and sizes compel a joyful manipulations of voices that are naturally reinforced through simple acoustics then mysteriously and ambiguously returned via a custom spatial audio network. The megaphones create an interactive performance field where the audience creates a lively environment of play with sound that is all their own invention.

GIRL ASLEEP

Outdoor Movie Screening
24 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM
FREE

For one night only GROUNDED will transform into an outdoor cinema for a free screening of award winning South Australian film Girl Asleep, presented by Windmill Theatre.

The world is closing in on Greta Driscoll. On the cusp of turning fifteen she can’t bear to leave her childhood, it contains all the things that give her comfort in this incomprehensible new world. She floats in a bubble of loserdom with her only friend Elliott, until her parents throw her a surprise 15th birthday party and she’s flung into a parallel place; a world that’s weirdly erotic, a little bit violent and thoroughly ludicrous – only there can she find herself.

Based on the critically acclaimed production by Windmill Theatre Company, Girl Asleep is a journey into the absurd, scary and beautiful heart of the teenage mind.

GROUNDED is open from 10am so head on in, find a viewing spot and check out the delicious food and drink on offer.

WIN

Win a group pass for 4 people to attend SUPERMASSIVE Music Festival on Sunday 25th February!  Enjoy a full day of live entertainment and fun activities.

Valued at $33 each RRP $132

ENTER HERE

All tickets available from FringeTIX
www.adelaidefringe.com.au 1300 621 255

For full program information and updates: www.groundedadelaide.com

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