Latest Adelaide Fringe News

Adelaide Remains One Of Nation’s Most Vibrant Cities
NEW $47 MILLION INVESTMENT TO SUPPORT SA’S ARTS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS
Record High Mad March Tees Up Awesome April
Space: Final Frontier For Unleashing Creativity
Record High Mad March Tees Up Awesome April
Cabaret Star’s Happy Hour At Shed
South Australia To Host 2025 National Tourism Awards
South Australia Locks In Five More Years Of WOMADelaide
Robots Are Coming In Fantastical On-stage Adventure
Extra services for season of festival fun
Fringe magic sees extra police powers
2024 Adelaide Fringe begins!
New Declared Public Precinct in place for Fringe Festival
Tourism spend hits $10.2 billion unprecedented record
Nearly $1 million boost for live music venues
Best Adelaide Fringe Festival Shows to see 2024
Free public transport and new float revealed as SA prepares to welcome Father Christmas
Fringe withdraw road closure application
Drone racing buzz attracts endorsement
12 months, 23 major events and a $9.4 billion tourism record high
Adelaide Fringe 2023 Sells One Million Tickets and Generates $105.5 Million in Economic Expenditure to South Australia
Audience suggestions inspire Morning Melodies show
Mad March results to celebrate
New winter arts festival headed for Bay
Return of iconic Bondi Festival serves arts, comedy and culture feast this Winter
NPSP continues to builds on its unique and creative appeal with the delivery of a three-year Arts & Culture Plan
LIFE’S A MESS, SO CLEAN UP ON AISLE 6 WHEN BOOP COMES TO DRTCC
New chair appointed to Art Gallery of South Australia
Goodbye Mad March, Hello Awesome April
Drivers caught in 24-hour blitz
Mad March a multi-million-dollar moneymaker and Sheeran has hotels cheerin’
FIFA shines a global sporting spotlight on Adelaide to get the party started
Strings quartet adds extra Fringe performance due to hot demand
Keeping focused and level at sea
Second chance inspires comedic career change
ICC T20 delivers almost $95 million to SA
Personnel painted in different light
Adelaide Fringe festival is here
Wyndham Cultural Centre’s first three shows for 2023
Top 10 events at Adelaide Fringe
Adelaide Fringe in Burnside 2023
2023 set to be South Australia’s biggest party yet!
2023 set to be South Australia’s biggest party yet
Tourists splash post-pandemic record cash
MARCIA HINES TO SHINE IN VELVET REWIRED – opens in Brisbane November 16
World Class Comedy at Lennox Head: Ballina Shire
Glenn Skuthorpe on Tour to Mornington Peninsula
39 Forever – Starring Amity Dry