Swirl Records is hosting a massive weekend festival in Adelaide

A massive weekend festival is coming to Adelaide at the end of this month, featuring acts like Maple Glider, Junk Harmony and Quivers.

Presented by the city’s independent label Swirl Records, Particles. festival will take place at the iconic Crown and Anchor Hotel on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th July.

The event aims to champion the local music scene, bringing together rising national stars and local artists in a crowded arts hub.

While Melbourne and Brisbane often dominate the Australian music landscape – and many people have their minds focused on Splendor in the Grass – it’s important to remember the incredible events and music coming from places like Adelaide.

A double festival pass is only $38.25. If you can only do one night, a one-night pass is also available for $22.95. It should be noted that the festival is strictly for people aged 18 and over (full ticket information here).

Superb singer-songwriter Maple Glider will be flying in from Melbourne for a one-man show. She released her first solo album, Enjoying is the only thinglast year to widespread acclaim, the album reached the Top 20 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

Fellow Melburnians Quivers also make the trip to perform on Saturdays, a band steeped in Australia’s wonderful jangle pop history.

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There’s plenty of local talent spread throughout the two nights, including rockers Hard Rubbish, indie folk trio Eyrie, Adelaide veteran Jess Johns and dreamy indie rock band Junk Harmony.

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particles. party 2022

From Friday 29 July to Saturday 30 July
Crown and Anchor Hotel, 196 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, SA

For more information visit Swirl Records

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Saturday July 30:

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junk harmony
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hard waste

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