News for: Media Releases
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.
Adelaide Fringe has announced Australian-owned energy retailer Lumo Energy SA as its inaugural Community Partner for the 2021 Fringe.
Adelaide Fringe will deliver a huge boost to South Australian artists and venues with the announcement of $500,000 in grants to assist them in their planning for the 2021 season.
The official 2021 Adelaide Fringe Poster, embracing the vibrancy, colour and fun of the festival, has been unveiled today, kicking off the start of celebrations for the season.
The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund, which is made possible by the generosity of the Adelaide Fringe Foundation donors and the Donor Circle, has awarded over $118,000, while The First Nations Collaboration Grants, supported by Arts South Australia, Department of Premier and Cabinet, has offered over $100,000 to First Nations Artists.
Adelaide Fringe Director and CEO Heather Croall said while it won’t be business as usual next year, Adelaide Fringe is supporting artists and venues to help them prepare for Fringe within COVID restrictions.
Join the Adelaide Fringe subscriber database and be the first to know about awesome deals, cool events and everything Fringe before the general public (it's FREE)!
Need to get in touch with our publicity team?
Contact us via email or phone 08 8100 2000.