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Must-Go-To Summer Events


Laugh, cheer and dance all in the same day. Explore the festivals, the music, the food, the sport – the city is your playground and there’s room enough for everyone.

Adelaide Fringe

 Various Venues
 15 February – 17 March

Catch performances by thousands of artists from across the planet and experience free events like Yabarra: Gathering of Light. Every night, be mesmerised as projection, sound and light installations bring Aboriginal storytelling to life along the River Torrens / Karrawirra Pari.

Superloop Adelaide 500

 Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi (Park 16)
 28 February – 3 March

Australia’s biggest-ticketed domestic motorsport event returns with more on and off-track thrills than ever. Joining the Supercars Championship will be fan favourites like Aussie Racing Cars and Touring Car Masters and three bumper concert line-ups!

Adelaide Festival

 Various Venues
 1 – 17 March

Weave some culture through your balmy March days and nights with premier events celebrating music, theatre, dance, literature and visual arts plus a free family concert in Elder Park (2 March) featuring National Geographic film synchronised to live orchestral music.

Image of crowd along riverbank on dusk

Music in the Square

 Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga
 Thursday 7 March
 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

This popular open-air lunch spot will be filled with the sounds of sweet homegrown songs as Music in the Square returns in 2019. Details yet to be announced for March.

Waymouth Street Party – Fringe Edition

 Waymouth St, Adelaide
 Friday 8 March
 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Enjoy some of Adelaide’s best eats and musical beats at this special edition of the Waymouth Street Party. Grab a table and settle in with your crew or throw some shapes on the dance floor.


 Botanic Park
 8 – 11 March

Much loved by locals and music lovers across the planet, WOMAD returns with more of the world’s best music, arts and dance. From Grammy Award-winners (Angelique Kidjo) to locals like Adelaide’s own rising hip-hop star Tkay Maidza, it’s a soundfest not to be missed.

WOMADelaide stage

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