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Fringe looks a little different this year, but is still a fun and exciting festival that is COVID safe! We run for 31 days and nights and will operate within government guidelines that may be in place around travel restrictions and/or crowd limits at the time.
We need Fringe-goers to be open-minded and willing to experience Fringe within restrictions. Please follow COVID safe practices when attending Fringe events and help stop the spread.
Wear a mask
It is a mandatory government requirement that masks must be worn at all times in Indoor public spaces including cinemas, theatres, restaurants and bars. Please come prepared and follow the direction of venue staff.
Keep 1.5m from our nearest Fringe-goer
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.
Check-in using mySA Gov app
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.
Please respect venue COVID guidelines
All venues are required to have approved COVID safe plans (or COVID Management plans if their capacities are higher) before they can open their doors. This is also a requirement of Adelaide Fringe venue registration.
SA Health does not dictate any requirements about the seating set up of a venue, some venues may choose to seat you checkerboard style, others will be allocated seating and many will be GA. Please listen to venue staff and follow their direction around the seating layout to ensure the venue is operating in accordance with their COVID Safe Plans.
Adelaide Fringe is in constant communication with all registered Adelaide Fringe venues and we are all working together to ensure we are following all Government and SA Health requirements to ensure patron safety.
Stay home if you are unwell
Please stay at home if you are unwell or if you are showing COVID symptoms.
Proof of Double Vaccination
Some shows/events and venues require proof of double vaccination or government approved exemption in order to attend.
Please note, this list is subject to change as venues change their requirements to meet COVID management plans. Some venues currently not included in the above list may still require proof of vaccination.
Adelaide Fringe events and venues have the right to introduce a mandate for proof of double vaccination or valid exemption as a condition of entry at any time. You must check the event and venue listing to ensure you comply with requirements at the time of your attendance.
Please contact the venue directly for further information and refer to the T&Cs here