Rip It Up (Adelaide)

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Rip It Up Magazine
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Rip It Up logo
Editorial Coordinator Lachlan Aird
Luke Stegemann (Manager)
Jess Bayly (Digital Manager)
Former editors Scott McLennan
Staff writers David Knight, Jimmy Bollard, Illona Wallace, Miranda Freeman
Photographer Andre Castelluci, Andreas Heuer, Jennifer Sando, Kristy DeLaine
Categories Music Magazines
Frequency Weekly
Publisher Rip It Up Publishing
Country  Australia
Based in Adelaide
Language English

Rip It Up is a weekly street press magazine, in Adelaide, Australia, focusing on the local entertainment scene. The magazine provides a comprehensive gig and events guide, strong local arts focus, live gigs and album reviews, interviews with local and international artists, regular columns, food news and reviews including bars and restaurants, food trucks, openings and more. New issues are released weekly on Thursdays.

Rip It Up was first published in 1989 and now has released over 1000 issues.[1] It is funded primarily by advertising.

http://www.ripitup.com.au

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rip It Up Accessed 24/11/08