What's New For 2021?
We here at Adelaide Fringe are excited to push forward in planning and visualising Fringe 2021, however we know and anticipate Adelaide Fringe will look very different due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, it’s not business as usual but it is business as unusual! In it’s 60 year history Adelaide Fringe has looked different every year and continues to rise to new challenges and represent and support the artists, presenters and venues that create the incredible Fringe community.
We understand that the arts community has been hit hard by COVID-19 and as such we have implemented a range of new initiatives and processes for 2021 that will assist artists and venues to make the most of their Fringe.
We are keeping a close eye on current restrictions and regulations and are working closely with authorities to keep up to date. As a result there may be changes or updates leading up to the festival but participants will be the first to know if any changes occur.
Check out the new 2021 initiatives and changes below and download a copy HERE.
Image: Joanne Hartstone by Chloe Elizabeth
Image Description: A female audience member with long blonde hair holds her hands up in high applause.She is sitting front row of a crowded audience.