The Bay to Birdwood Launch returns to the East End once again this Saturday September 17!
With over 100 vintage vehicles on display lining Rundle Street and adjoining lane-ways, the event kicks off a week packed full of events around Adelaide.
Catch a street DJ spinning the best tunes of the era, chat to the vehicle owners and be sure to soak up the atmosphere over lunch or a drink at one of the many local vendors!
Kicking off at 10am there will be so much to see and do on the day, check out our top recommendations below:
While road closures will be in effect from Frome St to East Tce, visitors can still find FREE PARKING at UPark on Rundle for the first hour! Giving you plenty of time to experience the buzz and relax with a coffee or quick drink!
There will be so many vehicles to see, and for the first year ever the date of manufacture now includes cars from 1956 – 1981! Keep an extra special eye out for the 1971 DeTomaso Pantera, and the James Bond-esque 1966 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe!
For those aiming to really get the most of the day, enjoy a meal at Exchange Specialty Coffee and nab a window or outdoor table and have the best seat in the house for the Vardon Ave displays.
For something sweeter or a real kid pleasing treat, find Max Brenner Chocolate Bar right in the middle of the action on Rundle Street!
Stay amongst the buzz and head to Felici Espresso Bar, who will be serving up their signature blend for all the early (and late) birds.
Enjoy some sunshine and your favourite brew in the Belgian Beer Cafe’s popular beer garden just off of Ebenezer Place or for those that are looking to try something new, the crew at NOLA are always rotating their Craft Beer offerings so be sure to check out what’s available that day!
If beer isn’t your style then head to the Stag Hotel for a selection of wines and cocktails or stop by Iberia’s basement bar and get a run down on their extensive cocktail, whiskey, sherry and port menu.
With DJ Pablito spinning classic tunes, there is sure to be some dance floor action. Join the fun and swing a few steps, or find yourself walking to the beat while navigating the displays.
There is plenty of fun to be had this Sunday down Rundle Street East!