Adelaide in March is Festival time. The city and regions are bursting with the vibrancy of world renowned festivals such as the Adelaide Festival, Fringe Festival and WOMADelaide, one of the nation’s favourite outdoor festivals.
WOMADelaide runs over four days in Botanic Park in inner-city Adelaide. In 2017 the event will be held from
10th – 13th March.
Popular not only because of the unique and extraordinary music it presents, but also because of its beautiful and friendly vibe. WOMADelaide welcomes Families (kids 12 and under get free entry). The program features performances and workshops on seven stages by the world’s best traditional and contemporary musicians, dancers and DJs, a KidZone activity area, street theatre and visual artists, the Taste the World cooking program, The Planet Talks environmental discussions program, Artists in Conversation, amazing food, retail and charity stalls.
Travel packages available. Please visit http://www.diversetravel.com.au/experiencesNatureAndCulture/womadelaide.htm
In 2015, Adelaide hosted the inaugural TARNANTHI, Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art encompassing a series of exhibitions, public programs, community events and an opening weekend Art Fair.
The Art Fair provided an opportunity to buy works of art directly from art centres and independent artists from across the country, and the Festival’s supporting public programs and community events brought the artists voices and vision to a broad audience of international guests, artists, collectors, curators, students, cultural industry professionals and academics.
Future dates to be announced shortly.
Experience the nation’s best in Indigenous dance, music, theatre, visual arts, literature, workshops and more at the annual Spirit Festival, held each year in Adelaide during the Adelaide Fringe.
As South Australia’s premier Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Event, the Spirit Festival has been designed to be interactive with the opportunity for participants to express themselves through language lessons, writing programs, dot painting, storytelling, native flower and artifact making, plus many other ‘hands on’ workshops.
Presented by Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute (NACI) and [Give Up Smokes for Good], Arts SA and Adelaide City Council and partnering with Adelaide Fringe Festival, Ausdance, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, SA Writers Centre and Nexus Multi-cultural Arts, Spirit Festival celebrated its 8th year in 2016.
Spirit Festival is a FREE public event held at Tandanya – 253 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. 2017 dates to be announced.
CAIRNS INDIGENOUS ART FAIR 14 – 16 July 2017
The annual Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is the quintessential celebration of the art of Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples. Much more than an art fair, CIAF is a platform for Queensland Indigenous artists to tell their stories through visual art, performance, theatre, fashion, screen, workshops and more. Held over three days in July, during the tropical winter, the program features FREE AND TICKETED EVENTS.
Immerse yourself for a brief few days at CIAF in tropical Cairns.
We are proud to be associated with the above events and can assist with travel arrangements.