This is Hans' biggest show ever! Adelaide Food Fringe cancellation. Adelaide Fringe 19 Feb - 21 Mar 2021 Adelaide Fringe is Australia’s largest open-access arts festival and is internationally renowned as one of the best. We were born 60 years ago (although we don’t look a day over 25) and for 31 magical days and nights each year we completely take over the beautiful city of Adelaide, South Australia. It was in 2017 that it became the largest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere, and the second largest Fringe in the world.Adelaide Fringe 2018 once again broke all records, attracting 2.7 million people in attendance across free and ticketed events, including 100,000 for the Opening Night Street Party (which replaced the opening night Parade) and 505,000 for the Parade of Light digital projections onto the buildings along,Records were again broken in 2019, with attendance by tourists increased by 72% on the previous year (possibly a consequence of increased interstate marketing.The Fringe celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2020.The World Fringe Congress, first held in 2012, was held in Adelaide for the first time in 2020.The last weekend of the festival was somewhat impacted by the,Dates have been announced for the 2021 Fringe (19 February - 21 March), but future planning is hampered by uncertainty caused by the,In 2010, eight giant 10–12-metre (33–39 ft)-high inflatable,The 2018 mascot was inspired by the winning poster of that year, featuring a multi-coloured dog made of balloons, with a crown, created by Sydney graphic designer Jacqueline Daniel. )","2019 Adelaide Fringe ticket sales set new box office record","Ambassador Paul Mcdermott justifies his Fringe Festival role in a letter","Singer Katie Noonan is the new ambassador for the Adelaide Fringe","Kitty Flanagan Announced As Adelaide Fringe Ambassador","Kitty Flanagan to spruik Adelaide Fringe","Julian Clary announced as Adelaide Fringe Ambassador","Julian Clary named as Adelaide Fringe ambassador","Adelaide Fringe Announces 2017 Ambassadors","Jimmy C to add his artistic touch to Adelaide Fringe","Adelaide Fringe Announces 2018 Ambassadors","2019 Adelaide Fringe Ambassadors Announced","Diverse Trio of Artists Announced As 2019 Adelaide Fringe Ambassadors","Adelaide Fringe 2020 Ambassadors Announced | Adelaide Fringe - 19 February - 21 March 2021","GOLDEN RESULTS IN A DIAMOND YEAR-ADELAIDE FRINGE SELLS RECORD TICKETS ON 60TH ANNIVERSARY | Adelaide Fringe - 19 February - 21 March 2021","Historical details for ABN 71 660 859 461","Adelaide Fringe no longer oddball grunge","Adelaide Fringe Festival a soaring success","Giant astronauts mark the launch of a successful Fringe festival","Little 'monsters' promote Adelaide Fringe",Sheffield Doc/Fest director Heather Croall to step down,"Adelaide Fringe Festival breaks ticket sales records, as event wraps up for 2015","Adelaide Festival earns $2.8 million, Fringe and WOMADelaide also pull strong crowds","British Comedian Alexis Dubus critical over Adelaide Fringe Festival's direction","Adelaide Fringe: If you can make it here...","Political leaders welcome Fringe debate","Artists Praise Adelaide Fringe For Cutting Inside Charges","Made in Adelaide at the Edinburgh Fringe","Adelaide partners with world's biggest festival","2018 Adelaide Fringe increases visitor expenditure in SA by 19.3% | Adelaide Fringe – 15 February – 17 March 2019","2020 Adelaide Fringe poster design set to dazzle","All that glitters: What's in store for the 2020 Adelaide Fringe","Satellite hubs spread the fun with 'unique' concept during Adelaide Fringe","Inflatable astronauts at the Adelaide Fringe Festival","Stobie the Disco Cuttlefish poles apart from usual Fringe fare","Made In Adelaide grants and a new award now open","Local Artist Celebrated at Adelaide Fringe Poster Launch","Get Your First Look At the 2013 Fringe Poster","Collision of spots wins 2014 Adelaide Fringe poster competition for graphic designer Sharon Moreno","Fringe released poster and announced partnership for Google cube","Unicorn design harnesses the magic of Fringe",https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Adelaide_Fringe&oldid=975516054,All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English,Official website different in Wikidata and Wikipedia,Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2019,All articles containing potentially dated statements,Wikipedia articles with WorldCat-VIAF identifiers,Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License,1960–2006 biennially, 2006 onwards annually. Compared to the previous year ticket sales were 27% higher.In 2011, the Fringe Parade was cancelled due to rain, but 334,000 tickets were sold, equating to over.The 2012 festival ran from 24 February to 18 March.In 2013, after a boost in government funding, Fringe was extended to run for a 4-week period, commencing Friday 15 February.In 2014, the festival ran for 30 days and nights from 14 February until 16 March, and brought together over 4,000 artists from around Australia and the world. Be transported into a world where rules are thrown out the window. 2020 Weekly Award Winner; About this event. Image © Nathaniel Mason The party bringing a city to life will once again challenge and enchant audiences, for the 60th time: Adelaide Fringe. We were born 60 years ago (although we don’t look a day over 25) and we’ve grown up to become the Southern Hemisphere’s largest, and Australia’s biggest, open access arts festival!