Here’s Your Chance To Be Part Of The 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival


Good morning Adelaideans! 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.

You’re invited to come and join the fun and explore the amazing opportunities provided by Australia’s largest arts festival.  Event registrations are open from today for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, which will again offer maximum return from ticket sales, an arts marketplace for future bookings and dedicated staff to assist artists with their Fringe season.

Last year, the festival removed inside charges on tickets under $35.00 and halved the inside fees for tickets above that price. This price structure will be repeated in 2019, which means more money going into artists’ pockets at the end of their Fringe season. (That’s what we like to hear!)

If you’re still new to the game, this is your chance to show Adelaide and its thousands of visitors during Mad March just how amazing and talented you are!

A little nervous about stepping out? We get it—but just remember, you miss a hundred percent of the shots you never take! Take Adelaide local Anna Thomas—despite being a first time performer, her show How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker at Treasury 1860 sold out every show during the 2018 Adelaide Fringe and secured another run in Edinburgh, Scotland this August. Let that be an inspiration to all you budding artists!

The 2018 Adelaide Fringe attracted nearly 7000 artists across 1231 events covering a wide range of genres—everything from cabaret, children’s, circus/physical theatre and comedy to dance, events, film/digital, interactive, magic, music, theatre and visual art/design.

Registrations for 2019 Adelaide Fringe events and venues are open until September 26, 2018.
To register (and kickstart your dreams!) click here.  


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