Adelaide truly is the festival state, and with the majority of the major events running at the end of summer in "Mad March," this is the best time to visit, as the city takes on an extra festive feel.

For a listing of performances and exhibitions, look to the entertainment pages of The Advertiser, Adelaide's daily newspaper. The Adelaide Review, a free monthly arts paper, reviews exhibitions, galleries, and performances, and lists forthcoming events.

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  • 1. Adelaide Festival of Arts

    City Center | Festivals

    Australia's oldest arts festival takes place annually for three weeks in February and March. It's a cultural smorgasbord of outdoor opera, classical...Read More

  • 2. Adelaide Fringe Festival

    City Center | Festivals

    The Fringe Festival, held over four weeks during mid-February and mid-March, is the second largest of its kind in the world. It's an open-access...Read More

  • 3. WOMADelaide Festival


    The annual four-day festival of world music, arts, and dance takes place in early March and attracts top musicians from all over the world to...Read More

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