The sidestrip

Australia Day Celebrations in Adelaide
February 1, 2015, 1:21 pm
Filed under: Arts and Music, Peoples and Society

Australia Day in the City  is SA’s major Australia Day  celebration in the heart of Adelaide. Join more than  42,000 people celebrating with our parade. concert and  fireworks.
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with Mariel Ivone Santos as second camerawoman


Amazing Christmas decorations
December 18, 2014, 7:21 pm
Filed under: Arts and Music, Friends and Family, Peoples and Society

An estimated 300,000 people coming to visit the attractive Christmas Riverbank Display  over the four-week season.

Since 1956, the Christmas Riverbank Display has show the colour and beauty of Christmas on the banks of the River Torrens at South Australian Brewing’s back door.

The display’s history evolver from an idea by the workers of South Australian Brewing to clean up the Brewery’s back yard and plant trees and grass.

Brings cheers to the city
November 8, 2014, 11:39 pm
Filed under: Arts and Music, Film and Entertainment, Peoples and Society

The Annual Christmas parade kick offs today as celebrated the 82nd year in Adelaide with 69 floats,85 clowns and 86 bands.

A day in Cuba Mall
July 3, 2012, 1:10 am
Filed under: Arts and Music, Travel and Places


A group of Ukulele lovers suprised passers-by for a free concert

Ang Munting Tinig

Ang Munting Tinig is a project of Filipino Artists in New Zealand, Inc. aimed at cultural and language maintenance targeted at Filipino children ages 6-12.

Maori Arts to the World
October 14, 2011, 9:24 am
Filed under: Arts and Music, Peoples and Society, Travel and Places

The biggest ever showing of contemporary Maori art from more than 250 Maori painters, clay and glass workers, carvers, jewellers, ta moko, musicians, story-tellers and film-makers goes on display at the biennial MAORI ART MARKet in Porirua City

Ati-atihan in Rugby World Cup 2011
October 8, 2011, 8:18 pm
Filed under: Arts and Music, News and Events, Peoples and Society, Travel and Places

The Festivale of Carnivale, which is essentially the Wellington Festival inside the wider national festival promises plenty to see on the streets of the capital city. Adding much stimulus to the already rugby mad fans and visitors from other countries is the Philippines’ own lively and colourful dance performance telling the story of the “Ati-atihan” at the Philippines Ati-atihan Festival in Wellington City, New Zealand