Fork loves February
During February 2015, Fork on the Road has a double treat for you, we have two Forks, the first on February 15 in Vic Sq with the Royal Croquet Club and the second on February 27 as part of the opening of the Adelaide Festival and their fabulous BLINC show.
Fork on the Road at the Royal Croquet Club in VicSq
On Sunday February 15, Fork on the Road will be making a one-off appearance for lunch at the Royal Croquet Club in Victoria Square. We will be located on the close roadway between the northern and southern portions of Victoria Square (similar to the April 2014 Tasting Australia).
All your favourite food trucks will be available and after grabbing your food you can grab a drink from the RCC bars and take in a show, some of the free entertainment and perhaps get lost in the amazing DOT: MAZE.
Fork on the Road and Adelaide Festival – BLINC
Fork on the Road is very excited to be partnering with the Adelaide Festival for a Fork on the Road on the opening night and switching on of BLINC in Elder Park for dinner on Friday 27 February.
Bring the family to celebrate the official opening of our 2015 festival. Join us for dinner at a massive Fork on the Road dining event followed by the switch on of Blinc at 9pm, marked by a free fireworks spectacular. Then, be one of the first in Adelaide to promenade the breathtaking Blinc outdoor digital art gallery. An unmissable festival moment and a night to remember.
Listen in to 891 ABC Adelaide for opening night updates and ticket giveaways. Michael Smyth from 4pm and Peter Goers from 7pm.
Stroll from one light and sound installation to the next and immerse yourself in this exclusive survey of the very best international digital art. From large-scale projections to extraordinary laser works, building-mapping projects, and more intimate, interactive experiences, this cutting-edge selection displays astonishing feats of technical brilliance from some of the world’s best artists. As much a family experience as a contemporary art exhibition, Blinc is an event to return to again and again during the festival, as everything from a series of faces projected in trees to a larger-than-life three dimensional elephant light up this iconic precinct in the most unforgettable way.