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› Coveted Award Win Sets Stage for Desert Fringe Milestone in 2017

Desert Fringe has been recognised at Arts South Australia's Ruby Awards.

› Meet the Mythical Fringe Unicorn

Feast your eyes upon our majestic beast!

› Introducing Fringe Membership

Today we're launching an exclusive new membership program available to arts and entertainment lovers of all ages.

› 2017 Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund Grant Recipients Announced

Nine independent Australian artists will receive funding from Adelaide Fringe’s Artist Fund in order to present work at next year’s festival.

› Say Hello to Your 2017 Adelaide Fringe Ambassadors!

They say good things come in threes, and this is certainly the case when it comes to Adelaide Fringe’s Ambassador line-up for 2017.

› More Jobs for SA as World’s Biggest Festival City Partners with Adelaide

The Adelaide Fringe has signed a deal with an Edinburgh ticketing software company which will set up an Adelaide office, creating eight new jobs, to deliver a new ground-breaking digital ticketing platform.

› Adelaide Fringe Makes an Impact

The 2016 Adelaide Fringe has smashed records for tourist visitation, ticket sales, attendances and economic expenditure.

› Audiences Flock To Fringe In Record Numbers

Audiences have shown their love for the Adelaide Fringe by attending shows, events, exhibitions, films and workshops in record numbers in 2016.

› 2016 Adelaide Fringe Program Illuminates Diversity Of Talent On Offer

he 2016 Adelaide Fringe program features more than 1100 events – a new record. More than 5000 artists will take part in 228 music events, 24 interactive events, 112 cabaret shows, 35 circus and physical theatre shows, 305 comedy events, 12 magic events, 32 dance shows, nine film and digital events, 151 theatre productions, 111 art and design exhibitions, 58 children’s events and 45 special events. Magic is a new genre in the Fringe for 2016, as is the interactive genre.

› Fringe Illuminations

In 2016, Adelaide will be treated to the Fringe Illuminations, which will see the iconic buildings of North Terrace transformed into living canvases of light.