Friday, May 27, 2022

When Mary Came Along to Bundaleer

Thank you to everyone who helped in any way to ensure the success of the inaugural Adelaide Fringe @ Bundaleer Forest on March 4 and 5.

A happy crowd of locals and visitors in our magical forest, enjoying awesome entertainment, dancing, drinks, locally produced festival food and having a great time together. Top that off with perfect festival weather, and it was everything we hoped for in the return of music to Bundaleer Forest.

We are extremely grateful to the following people for their phenomenal contribution to the Fringe events: The stars of the show: MJ & the Progression, Caitlin Drew, Along Comes Mary, and Beaucat Sessions

Ngadjuri and Nukunu Welcome to Country: Parry and Calvert Agius

Venue: Maple & Pine

Sound, lighting, and stage support: Julian Stone and Tom Malone

Bar: George Jeffrey (manager), Joseph Ranui, Haley Rosenow, Sarah Briem, Gemma Williams, Jack Kitschke, Alf Lange

Curries & Spring Rolls: Lol, Alan & Gemma Williams

Pizza: Nick McInerney (manager) Nicole Pilmore, Sam Redden, Sam Bacon, Tom Avery, Neil George, Mick O’Leary

Pulled Pork & Slaw Rolls & Mousse: Tracy & Adrian Zerna

Flammekeuche: Fiona Porter, Emma & Kate Zanker, Molly Keir, Maddi Kitschke

Grazing Boxes: Hannah Hunt, The Good Paddock 

Gluten Free & Vegan: Cate Pearce 

Catering wait staff: Zoe Hyland, Amelie Fahey, Michelle Sanders, George Seppelt, Gemma Williams, Fiona Porter, Alf Lange

Event Support Crew: Chris Malone, Tom Malone, Neil George, Gemma Williams, Sarah Briem, Leith Cooper, Jack Povey, Tim Flannery, Matt Mead, Liz Kelly, Lynn & Lynnette Moore.

Event Equipment: Brian Thomas, Neil George, Kay & Ian Jaeschke, Jana Rogers Made with Grace, Greg Andrews & Nic Luckraft, Sam Lang, ans JEM

Bundaleer Shuttle Bus: Amy Strudwick

Ticket Sales: Veronica Malone, Gerry Malone, Kate Nolan, Sandra Stone, Birget Suhrcke, and Louise Williams

Bar Suppliers: Flinders Gin, Pikes Wines, Mischief Brew, Railway Hotel, and Commercial Hotel

Photography: Rosalie Dibben, Jordy Voumard, and Amy Strudwick.

And everyone who bought tickets, especially our early birds.

We learned much in the process of creating the first Adelaide Fringe event at Bundaleer Forest and are very grateful for the kind and encouraging feedback that we have received.

Lots of people are asking about a future event, so yes we are happy to say plans are underway for Adelaide Fringe in 2023 (keep the first weekend in March free).

Thanks again, Mary-Jane and Mel

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