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This year the Adelaide Fringe abolished inside charges for artists with tickets under $35 and halved inside charges for all others, thanks to $1 million of funding from the State Government. Inside charges are a proportional fee paid by artists to help cover the cost of Adelaide Fringe’s ticketing system.
We are delighted that the Royal Croquet Club will be an Adelaide Fringe venue again in 2018.
The inaugural uneARTh Festival held in Whyalla as part of the 2017 Adelaide Fringe has taken out the People’s Choice category at the 2017 Arts South Australia Ruby Awards.
The bright lights and colours of Adelaide Fringe Festival will be heading off shore for the first time next year with a one day arts extravaganza on Kangaroo Island.
International drag performer Courtney Act and Australian comedian Joel Creasey are set to dazzle and delight as official Ambassadors for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe.
We're proud to say that Adelaide Fringe was the biggest ticket selling festival in Australia in 2016.
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