Adelaide Fringe Sees Unprecedented 25% Increase in Ticket Sales, Promising an Exceptional 2024 Season
Adelaide Fringe has seen a remarkable 25% increase in ticket sales compared to the same time last year less than two weeks after announcing the 2024 program. This significant surge in ticket sales sets the stage for what promises to be an unprecedented season of Fringe in 2024.
Adelaide Fringe Triumphs at SALIFE Absolute Best Awards 2023
In an extraordinary night of accolades, Adelaide Fringe has been crowned Event of the Year at the prestigious SALIFE ABSOLUTE BEST AWARDS 2023.
Meet our 2024 Ambassador - Isaac Humphries
Isaac Humphries is one of our Ambassadors for the 2024 season. We sat down with him to find out more about him and why he is excited to be part of Fringe.
Meet our 2024 Ambassador - Prinnie Stevens
Prinnie Stevens is one of our Ambassadors for the 2024 season. We sat down with her to find out more about her and why she is excited to be part of Fringe.
A chat with the CEO of No Strings Attached
Ahead of International Day of People with a Disability, we sat down with the CEO of No Strings Attached, Dr Kari Seeley to discuss accessibility and inclusion in the context of the arts. No Strings Attached is a professional theatre company that proudly works exclusively with disabled performers
Tickets Now On Sale To Australia's Biggest Arts Festival
Bursting at the seams with more than 1,300 shows, next year’s Adelaide Fringe is going to be a kaleidoscope of the talented, the wonderful, and the outright whimsical, set to transform Adelaide into a utopia of discovery and culture across February and March.
BankSA renews 18-year partnership with Adelaide Fringe for a further three years
BankSA has announced the renewal of its Principal Partnership with Adelaide Fringe for a
further three years, extending its collaboration with Australia’s biggest arts festival to what
will be 21 years.
Being a Fringe Vollie is an experience like no other!
Adelaide Fringe Volunteer program is an integral part of making Australia’s biggest arts festival the success that it is. In 2023, 140 incredible and diverse Fringe Volunteers contributed a total of 1,535 hours across the festival, more than half of which have been participating for years. We sat down with two of our Volunteers, Anna Finster and John Wright, who shares why being a Fringe Vollie is an experience like no other.
Campaign in Review: How Australia’s Biggest Arts Festival Launched a ‘Fringe Deals’ Campaign that Invigorated Local Business and the South Australian Economy
For more than six decades, the Adelaide Fringe has been a beacon of arts and culture, drawing in thousands from across the world to revel in the city’s electric energy and wonder. But beyond the stages and exhibitions, there's a major consideration from the organisation behind the festival to maximise the impact of the audiences and tourism generated as a result of Adelaide Fringe. In partnership with the City of Adelaide the introduction of the 'Fringe Deals' campaign that adopted the cheeky slogan “Show us Your Tix” was not just an attempted stroke at bridging art with commerce but also a shining example of how a major festival can boost tourism and give parallel businesses a chance to thrive.
Adelaide Fringe Wins Excellence in Accessible Tourism at the 2023 South Australian Tourism Awards
Last Friday, Adelaide Fringe was announced as the winner of Excellence in Accessible Tourism category at the 2023 South Australian Tourism Awards.
This is the second year in a row Adelaide Fringe has taken home gold in the South Australian Tourism Awards, having been awarded gold in both the Major Festivals and Events categories in 2022.
Celebrating Inclusion at Work Week: The Adelaide Fringe Perspective
Inclusion – a word that resonates with us deeply at Adelaide Fringe. As we join organisations and communities worldwide in marking Inclusion at Work Week commencing Monday 6 November, we’re shedding light on what inclusion means to us and how it’s woven into the very fabric of our festival.