Adelaide Fringe Print Guide Hits the Streets of South Australia

Wed, Jan 10 2024
The 2024 Official Fringe Guide is out now. This year's Guide, showcasing more than 1300 shows, is available at BankSA branches and Foodland stores throughout South Australia, as well as popular street press locations such as bars, cafes, libraries and other local businesses.
2024 Adelaide Fringe Guide lying on a piece of pink and silver sequined fabric
2024 Official Adelaide Fringe Guide. Photo: Jenny Kwok, Adelaide Fringe 2024
Inside the guide you will find a plethora of excitement rolling out across South Australia, 11% percent of the Fringe program is happening in regions including Coober Pedy comedy night (Arabana/Kokatha Country), music at William Creek Hotel (Arabana Country), Coonawarra Fringe (Pinchunga Country), Port Augusta Fringe (Barngarla Country), Waikerie Fringe Market (Ngawait Country) Naracoorte Fringe Street Party (Ngarrindjeri Country) Loxton Mardi Gras Family Festival (Meru Country), and Dupang Pangari (Coorong Spirit) Festival (Ngarrindjeri Country) bringing the magic of Fringe right across the State. Suburban metropolitan hubs will also activate across the Festival with dedicated programs, including Marion Cultural Centre, The Parks Theatre, Woodville Town Hall, Holden Street Theatres, Goodwood Theatre and Studios amongst many more. .

Gracing the cover of the Guide in 2024 is the impactful poster design, "All In" by artist Rebecca Davis who said, “Seeing my artwork on the cover of the iconic Fringe Guide is fantastic. I’m excited to know that hundreds of thousands of issues will be available for Fringe lovers across the state who will see my design”.

Organised for effortless navigation, the Guide is segmented by genre, to assist audiences in
planning their perfect Fringe experience. With shows dispersed throughout the State, Adelaide Fringe encourages visitors to explore beyond the city, with the suburbs and regions offering unique and diverse performances. Tickets are readily available by simply scanning the QR code alongside each show listing in the Guide, to be directed to the relevant page on the Adelaide Fringe website to make a purchase.

Adelaide Fringe Director and CEO Heather Croall said, "The release of the Guide is a major milestone every year at Fringe, seeing it on the streets sends a strong signal that Fringe is fast approaching. A special thanks to our Major Partner Foodland for distributing the Guides across their 90 plus stores, and to our Principal Partner BankSA for their continued support in distributing the Guide at BankSA branches.”

$10 Support Act Tickets are on sale now thanks to the generous support of the Nunn Dimos Foundation who cover the full price ticket value, ensuring that both audiences and performers come out on top. However, these tickets are limited, so book now. Be sure to check out the full listing of shows available under the $10 Support Act scheme by using the filter.

For those outside South Australia desiring a physical copy, it's available for order here, covering only postage costs. A digital version is also available here. The Guide will be distributed in cafes, hotels, libraries, and community centres across South Australia from mid-January, as well as in Melbourne and Sydney CBDs.

Registrations for participation in the 2024 Adelaide Fringe remain open, even as the official
program is announced.