From the 1st till the 17th of March, AF19 offers more than 70 awesome events in theatre, contemporary and classical music, opera, dance, film, forums and visual arts.
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Next January, the summer heat, and Serafino Winery will make the perfect playground for one of South Australia’s most anticipated festivals.
The Pirates of Port Adelaide Festival is approaching next month. Bottomless chowder, pirate platters and dancing to a live performance by the robust The Pirates of Penzance
Kosky and his multi-award-winning opera company, the Berlin-based Komische Oper will make a triumphant return to the 2019…
We’ve got some great news for all established and emerging artists, comedians, musicians and creative people—it’s only August and already The Adelaide Fringe is gearing up and ready to accept registrations.
In the midst of these winter blues we’re sure you want something to look forward to, and it doesn’t get better than copious amounts of food, live music, a heck load of cool bars, rides sporting events and games. That’s right, Food Truck Carnivale will be held at Semaphore Beach this summer.
Port Adelaide’s Winterfest is back this year bigger and better after the overwhelmingly positive response last year.
Want to know where you can break up your Adelaide Cabaret Festival? Head to Wintergarden! A festival in its own right with a lively atmosphere, pop-up eateries with your favourite cuisines, pop-up bars, locally sourced hearty meals, coffee and sweets to help refuel between shows.
If you were devastated with how fast Splendour in the Grass tickets sold out yesterday, don’t lose all hope, Spin Off is exploding back into the Wayville Showgrounds this June 20th with an epic lineup.
Peter Garrett, Briggs, Emma Donovan and Christine Anu to join Felix Riebl and Ollie McGill live in concert at the Adelaide Festival
The Adelaide Festival returns in March 2018, with a groundbreaking event – The Spinifex Gum journey.
A Day on the Green announces a major line up including rockstars The Living End, Spiderbait and more.
The largest Indonesian festival in the Southern Hemisphere is heading to Adelaide once again this weekend and it is guaranteed to be an explosion of colour and culture!
A music festival in the parklands with everything from world to reggae to dub.
After dazzling audiences and critics alike at its recent world premiere in the UK, Neil Armfield’s production of Australian composer Brett Dean’s masterpiece Hamlet, conducted by Nicholas Carter, will make its Australian debut in March, with an exclusive season at the 2018 Adelaide Festival.
The Adelaide Festival’s exciting new floating entertainment hub, the Riverbank Palais and surrounding Parc Palais, officially opens to the public tonight.
Want to know what will be happening at this fabulous party hub? Wait no longer.
The Riverbank Palais has scooped up six of Australia’s best chefs to serve up delicious creations that give a nod to the 80s, which kick-started Adelaide’s iconic culinary scene in six Long Lunches
The Adelaide Festival is set to resurrect a 1920’s Adelaide relic, a huge floating ballroom on the Torrens this March!
The warm, whimsical, occasionally wicked Miriam Margolyes returns to Adelaide for the Australian premiere of Peter And The Wolf with the ASO as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
After sell-out seasons around Australia and critical acclaim, The Secret River, Neil Armfield’s landmark Sydney Theatre Company production, will make its Adelaide debut at the 2017 Adelaide Festival