Adelaide Fringe Festival
17 February – 19 March 2017
Fringe is internationally recognised as one of the best open-access arts events. Artists from across the world come to the city for four weeks of art celebrations. Visit the city and you’ll find pop up venues in parks, lane-ways, theatres and art galleries. The best thing about Fringe is that it’s not just for high-profile artists. Anyone can participate.
10 – 13 March 2017
The Botanic Park in Adelaide becomes the hub of WOMADelaide over the long weekend in March. Soak up performances and workshops created by the world’s renowned musicians, dancers and DJs. You’ll find a mix of traditional and contemporary music. There’s also street theatre and visual artists. People love WOMADelaide. If not for the diversity of art then definitely for the family friendly atmosphere.
Victor Harbour Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival
16 – 17 September 2017
There’s no better place to enjoy some good old Rock ‘n’ Roll! Put on your dancing shoes and head on over to the lovely seaside town of Victor Harbour. There are three stages pumping out catchy tunes with just as many dance floors. The classic car competition is also an event favourite, with anybody able to enter. One of the best things about this weekend is the people it attracts. You’re bound to have a fun time.
26 September – 8 October 2017
It’s Australia’s premier international arts festival that focuses entirely on Asia. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the event and the program keeps growing every year. Enjoy a rich line up of contemporary arts from across Asia. Live international music and the Moon Lantern Festival are among the highlights of the event.