Adelaide Fringe


The Adelaide Fringe is Australia’s largest Arts Festival and the second biggest Fringe Festival in the world! We completely take over Adelaide and its’ surrounds for 31 magical days and nights each year, and if you ask anyone who’s ever been lucky enough to experience the Fringe, they’ll tell you that it’s the best time of year to be in Adelaide. Our atmosphere is indescribable, but here are some words that almost do the job; mythical, magical, fantabulous, fantasmagorical, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. You get the idea – we’re one in a million. Venues big and small, pop-up and permanent, house thousands of artists from all over Adelaide, Australia and the world. Around most of Adelaide’s corners, whether in an alleyway, a tent, a pub; a laundromat, or an abandoned hospital, you’ll be bound to find Fringe goodness in some shape or form. With free events, ground breaking work, new talent, innovative thinking and original voices, we’re here to unleash the fun. Want to join in? Visit our website to find out what’s on.


The Adelaide Fringe highly value being inclusive and welcoming. Aiming to ensure everyone can make the most of the program, audiences and artists alike!


You can search for accessible shows via the ‘Accessibility’ filter when looking for a show. The accessibility symbols also feature in the printed Fringe Guide.

Please note that accessible performances may only relate to specific dates. These applicable dates will be listed under ‘Performance Accessibility’ on the online event pages.


When booking tickets online, use the ‘Accessibility’ filter to browse for shows which have wheelchair access, accessible parking and/or a wheelchair accessible toilet. In 2019, the symbols below will also appear next to the venue name on any applicable event page.

The symbols below will also be used in the 2019 printed Adelaide Fringe Guide.

Wheelchair Access Icon  If this symbol is displayed in the event listing the venue is wheelchair accessible.

 If this symbol is displayed in the venue index, the venue has a wheelchair accessible toilet facility.

It is recommended that you arrive early to your event and make yourself known to Front of House staff so that they can direct you to your seating.

FringeTIX staff are trained to provide assistance with access enquiries and ticket bookings.

The accessible box office is the BankSA Fringe Corner Box Office (corner of Rundle Rd and East Tce, Rymill Park). Please advise if you are coming to a venue box office or FringeTix outlet and require assistance.

Accessibility Booking Line 08 8100 2089 – for all access bookings and access needs.

Companion Card holders are entitled to concession priced tickets and a complimentary ticket for their companion. Adelaide Fringe is delighted that Companion Card tickets are available for all events in the 2019 Adelaide Fringe.

Loads more access information at Adelaide Fringe.


We’ll keep building on this listing over time, so whether you work here or have been a guest, if you have some GOOD ACCESS information or photos to share, send them through!

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