Pinky Flat will be filled with Gallic goodness on January 12 for Adelaide’s inaugural instalment of So Frenchy So Chic.
For seven years now, French-born, Australian-based festival founder and director Jean-Francois Ponthieux has been bringing the best in eclectic, tres chic French music to Melbourne and Sydney. Now Adelaide will be getting in on the action.
Matched with a picturesque location, fabulous French food, drinks and glittering company, So Frenchy So Chic is an ideal summer’s day of entertainment, relaxation and indulgence. Along with a musical line-up that includes Nigerian-born French rapper Féfé and retro-pop trio Juniore, expect classic French cuisine from vendors such as Cliché and La Buvette. You can pre-order hampers and cheese platters (before January 9) from Brown & Co Catering stuffed with crusty baguettes, salade jardinere and charcuterie.
So Frenchy So Chic 2018 is on Friday January 12 at Pinky Flat from 5pm to midnight.
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