The festivals

South Australia’s History Festival

1st - 31st May 2018

Each May South Australians explore history through hundreds of events which range from talks to tours; walks to workshops; exhibitions to special events.

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Adelaide Fringe

16 February - 18 March 2018

Artists from Australia and across the globe take over the city in hundreds of pop up venues in parks, warehouses, lane-ways and empty buildings as well as established venues such as theatres, hotels, art galleries, cafes and town halls…

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Adelaide Festival

2 -18 March 2018

Adelaide Festival is an internationally renowned multi-arts festival with a long and successful history. For more than 55 years the Adelaide Festival has delighted audiences with an outstanding mix of internationally acclaimed theatre productions, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, breathtaking dance pieces, renowned writers and striking visual arts displays. Enjoyed amid warm March days and […]

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WOMADelaide

9 - 12 March 2018

WOMADelaide runs over four days in Botanic Park in inner-city Adelaide on the March long weekend. The program features performances and workshops by the world’s best traditional and contemporary musicians..

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DreamBIG Children’s Festival

18 – 27 May 2018

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DreamBIG (formerly Come Out) is South Australia’s iconic arts festival for children and families with a history dating back to 1974.
Since then, over 2 million South Australian children have participated.

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival

9 - 24 June 2017

For two weeks in June, the best cabaret artists from around the world converge on Adelaide for a winter celebration of intimate performance at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. The Festival is contained wholly within the Adelaide Festival Centre…

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SALA Festival

1-31 August 2018

The South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) is recognised as the largest and most innovative community based visual arts festival in Australia. Artists exhibit across the state in galleries, open art studios, restaurants, cafes, wineries and many other unique spaces.

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Adelaide Guitar Festival

9 -12 August 2018

Adelaide Guitar Festival

The Adelaide Guitar Festival is a four-day biennial festival, curated by internationally renowned Australian guitarist, Slava Grigoryan. With both free and ticketed events, there’s something to get everyone in the mood for music.

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OzAsia Festival

21 September – 8 October 2017

OzAsia Festival is Australia’s leading international arts festival that is entirely dedicated to engagement with Asia. In 2016 the Festival will celebrate it’s 10th year. The current Festival Director is Joseph Mitchell.

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Adelaide Film Festival

5-15 October 2017

The ADL Film Fest has won acclaim and awards for its innovative programming and has established itself as a landmark event: Variety Magazine list it in their Top 50 Unmissable Film Festivals around the world…

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