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Tumby Bay's internationally renowned street art trail

Masher Designs

10 Mar 2023, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm (evening)

11 Mar 2023, 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm (matinee) @ Tumby Bay District Soldier's Memorial Hall

10 Mar, 8:00 am – 13 Mar, 4:00 pm

Rotunda Lawns, 5 Tumby Terrace, Tumby Bay

Two incredible artists create art on two massive blank canvases over four days. Watch the transformation take place before your very eyes!

Kicking off the Colour Tumby Festival long weekend in March 2023 ... shimmy into your dancing shoes and get ready for some jazz and swing.

Is there a Frank Sinatra or Ella Fitzgerald song that you know every word, one where the first note takes you back to a special time in your life, or reminds you of a special someone?

Join Ben as he returns to Tumby Bay with new talent to perform in this evening performance. If you can't make this time, jump in the matinee performance on Saturday 11 March at 12.30pm.

Drinks at the bar provided by the Tumby Bay Progress Association and bespoke grazing platters by XXXXX available for PRE-PURCHASE ONLY and pickup at the show.


- Tickets via Adelaide Fringe - button below

- Return bus from Port Lincoln - $30

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Coming from Port Lincoln

Meet at the Port Lincoln Hotel

Head down to the Port Lincoln Hotel for a cocktail or pint of ice cold beer from 3.00pm.

At 6.00pm catch EP Bus Charters to the show in Tumby Bay!

Tickets available from Adelaide Fringe (button linked on your favourite show) and book a return bus seat now!



Mar 12 2023, 8.00 pm - 10.45 pm @ Tumby Bay Soldier's Memorial Hall

John ‘Swanee’ Swan is a legend of Australian Rock with career spanning over 50 years. Swanee is making his way to Tumby Bay on Sunday 12 March as part of the Colour Tumby Festival.​

Performing solo and Party Boys hits such as ‘If I Were A Carpenter’, ‘Temporary Heartache’, ‘Lady What’s Your Name’, ‘Hold Your Head Up’, ‘He’s Gonna Step On You Again’ plus much more!

Don’t miss this special show, join Swanee and his band as they take you back to the days of Countdown.

Doors open at 7PM, show starts at 8PM.

Drinks at the bar by Tumby Bay Progress Associations, food before and during the show by Smokey Uppercuts and bespoke grazing platters (pre-purchase only) by Alicia Depree available for pickup before the show.


- Tickets at

  • Online Pre Purchase: $35 each

  • Tickets at the Door: $45 each

- Return bus from Port Lincoln - $30


Sun of Africa Dance and Drum Ensemble

Mar 11-12, 2023 @ Foreshore, Tumby Bay Yacht Club

'Sun of Africa' will create colourful and artistic performances and workshops for you to join in on incorporating dance, rhythm, music and drumming!

'Sun of Africa' Drum and Dance Ensemble is dedicated to the culture of West Africa creating colourful and artistic performances by incorporating dance, rhythm, music and drumming.


Sun of Africa performs and conducts workshops at events all over the state, enthralling audiences with energy and passion, while imparting cultural lessons to us all.

You don't want to miss this cultural experience. Get involved in drumming workshops and watch the lively Adelaide Fringe performances for FREE!

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Marc Ryan's Not Here To Fxxk Spiders

Mar 11, 2023, 9.30 pm @ Seabreeze Hotel

Marc Ryan shares his lived experience with PTSD and suicide ideation all stemming from childhood trauma, at the same time exploring what it is like co-parent 3 teenage sons and having no clue what he is doing himself. Life is tragic whilst at the same time being hilarious!

Adelaide comedian, Marc Ryan, better known as the Beautiful Bogan, fuses his own childhood trauma with comedy in his stand-up gigs, revealing himself as an unassuming mental health advocate to his audience. He speaks from the heart - from his lived experience with depression and PTSD, chipping down the invisible walls imprisoning both men and women in their own abyss of unspoken, unresolved, or misunderstood grief.

Ryan, who has been performing for over a decade, began unpacking his mental health struggles in his stand up when he realised he wasn’t alone in his experiences.

Get your tickets online or at the door for this night not to be missed following the fireworks!

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