Check out all these Free Events going on around Adelaide during the Fringe. Click on the event that you’re interested in to find out more.
Sat 16 & Sun 17 February Rymill Park / Mullawirraburka – Next to Tandanya
This award winning festival is South Australia’s gateway to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Culture in the heart of the city.
13 February – 17 March Rundle Mall – Gawler Place Canopy
Together with the FringeTIX box Office your ‘one stop shop’ to enjoy free daily performances from Fringe artists, purchase tickets and buy Fringe merchandise.
The Garden Sessions
Sat & Sun 2 – 4pm The Bandstand in The Garden
Want to hear something truly delightful? Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, APRA and Arts SA present The Garden Sessions. Featuring some of Australia’s finest new bands performing for free. Grab a shady patch of grass and soak up the sounds at The Garden Sessions.
22 – 24 February and 1 – 3 March State Library of South Australia, North Terrace
Performances throughout the evening from 8.30pm – 10pm
A voyeuristic peep show
From the outside looking in, glimpse mysterious worlds created by six contemporary South Australian performance makers. As night falls intimate stories and provocative scenes are played out behind glass. Featuring works by Alison Currie; Eloise Green; Jason Cross and Stone/Castro; Karl Telfer; Stephen Noonan and Steve Sheehan.
8 – 11 March
A sensational collection of hilarious performers take over the city for four days and nights of outrageous mayhem. Make a day of it and book to see a Fringe family show, on throughout this special weekend.
Sun 10 March Goolwa Wharf 11.30am – 2.30pm
As part of Goolwa’s Just Add Water, the Fringe Caravan will roll into town with a car load of Fringe artists to perform bite-sized snippets for family fun at the Wharf. Presented by Country Arts SA and Alexandrina Council.
Fri 15 & Sat 16 March Port Augusta Cultural Centre – YartaPurtli
An amazing bunch of freakishly talented Fringe performers travel up North for a weekend of music, cabaret and dance. Featuring fantastic Indigenous performers, Desert Fringe is a remarkable experience for the whole family to enjoy.
15 Feb – 17 March
There are over 100 visual art and design exhibitions to experience during Fringe.