Adelaide Fringe runs on an open access model which means anyone can participate. To be a part of the Adelaide Fringe, artists pay a one-off registration fee which includes a listing in the online program, the printed guide and iPhone application.
Artists are supported throughout their entire Fringe experience with help finding venues, marketing and publicity advice, obtaining visas, ticketing through FringeTIX, and access to specific artist opportunities run by Adelaide Fringe.
Each Fringe over 300 independent venues open their doors to performing and art & design events. Venues include traditional theatres, pubs, churches, vacant buildings, offices, and even the occasional bus!
These venues are run by talented individuals and organisations with a love for creating exciting spaces for artists and audiences. Sound like you? Adelaide Fringe can guide you through how to run a Fringe Venue from artistic advice through to venue logistics and marketing.
Arts Industry Participation
Are you a Festival director or presenter seeking the hottest contemporary arts imaginings in the southern hemisphere? Experience hundreds of premiere performances and new artworks with the support of Adelaide Fringe’s Honey Pot program.