Fringe is preparing for a month long festival in 2021, running from 19 February - 21 March. We will run for 30 days and nights and will operate within government guidelines that may be in place around travel restrictions and/or crowd limits.
While Fringe is going to look a little different in 2021, we’re looking forward to working with artists and venues to deliver an exciting, fun and COVID safe festival.
Being COVID safe is a shared responsibility. We want you to enjoy Adelaide Fringe and stay safe. Please follow COVID safe practices when attending Fringe events and help stop the spread.
Stay home if you are unwell
Please stay at home if you are unwell or if you are showing COVID symptoms.
Maintain physical distancing
Avoid close contact and crowded places whenever you can, and aim to keep approximately 1.5 metres distance from those around you in the community.
Wash your hands
Practice good hand hygiene. Wash your hands often with soap and running water for at least 20 seconds. Dry them with paper towel or a hand dryer. Alternatively, use alcohol based hand sanitisers.
Download the COVIDSafe app
The COVIDSafe app speeds up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19), helping to slow the spread.
Attending Adelaide Fringe
COVID Safe Messages & Updates
Stay up to date with COVID information and government directives. Before leaving the house please check the event page and your email for notifications regarding changes to your booked session. For all information regarding COVID restrictions and guidelines please refer to SA Health.
QR Codes & e-Ticketing
We recommend you use e-ticketing to reduce handling of materials. Display your QR code on your phone or device straight to staff at the venue door. This means you DO NOT need to collect your ticket from a box office or print your order confirmation at home.
Please be aware of your surroundings and adhere to physical distancing measures. If an event space is crowded, please stay away.
Feeling Unwell During an Event?
If you become unwell during an event, locate event or venue staff or first aid. In the case of an emergency situation, call emergency services.
Right to Refuse
Venue management have a right to evict or refuse entry to ticket holders who are displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
In the case of any government enforced shut down/restrictions, Adelaide Fringe will be guided by Live Performance Australia and Government/State organisations.
Using public transport? Keep up to date with COVID safe travel updates from Adelaide Metro and ensure you refer to SA Health for all COVID information.
Artist Support and Initiatives
The Adelaide Fringe Artist & Venue team are working hard to support artists, venues and producers during this time. Find out more information on the initiatives and support we are offering artists here.