2016 Adelaide Fringe: 12 February – 14 March
Be a Fringe Venue!
Registrations Now Open – Click here
Each Fringe, over 350 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.
Check out ‘Be a Fringe Venue Volume 1: The Basics’ to find our all the essential information on starting your journey to becoming a Fringe Venue.
Venue Q&A @ The Jade Monkey
Chat with Adelaide Fringe staff and guest venue managers about what it takes to create a successful Adelaide Fringe season.
Tuesday 21 July
6.15 pm for 6.30pm start
142-160 Flinders St Adelaide RSVP here
You can also access the Fringe Event Registration site by heading to fers.adelaidefringe.com.au
Artists & Events
Registrations Open 3 August and close 7 October 2015
Artists and audiences travel from all over the world to experience this unique festival unlike any other. With over 1000 events, 4000 artists, audiences of 2 million, Adelaide Fringe is Australia’s largest and most loved open-access arts festival. Anyone with a creative vision can register an event and we are here to support you, from the very beginning to the final curtain call, and everything in between.
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 smart phone apps.
Check out the 2015 Artist’s Magazine for all the essentials! The 2016 Magazine will be out soon!
For information on any aspect of taking part in Adelaide Fringe, phone +61 8 8100 2022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.