This year, the beloved late-night Fringe Club experience will be available in multiple locations to support Adelaide venues after a tough 2020!
Our universal love of food has inspired not only chefs and restaurateurs around the world, but also an array of hungry Fringe performers!
From the use of light to create immersive, large-scale visual delights to the utilisation of projection of light to help tell stories and sell intricate theories, and exploring the fascinating scientific intricacies of light itself.
Some of us enjoy a sneaky alcoholic beverage (or two), and so do some of our performers.
After a year like no other, Adelaide Fringe 2021 is finally here – bringing bursts of colour, celebration and fun to South Australia over 31 magical days and nights.
Just when you think you’ve been everywhere in South Australia, the Fringe opens up a whole new world of unique, unusual, historic and otherwise un-accessible Adelaide locations for you to enjoy.
A one-off exclusive collaboration beer has been created thanks to a new partnership between Pirate Life Brewing and Adelaide Fringe.
In launching its program today, Fringe also announces its 2021 ambassadors – international comedian Ross Noble, Adelaide-born actor and creator Tilda Cobham-Hervey, multi-award-winning musicians Electric Fields and TODAY show entertainment presenter Brooke Boney – who will help promote South Australia and Adelaide Fringe to audiences in Australia and beyond.
The Tourism Industry Council South Australia (TiCSA) is the peak body for tourism in South Australia and Adelaide Fringe is proud to announce we are now a Quality Tourism Accredited Business.