Third Party Advertising Providers

To help you make the most of your advertising opportunities, we've compiled a list of advertising ad kits from 3rd party suppliers in Adelaide. These resources will assist you in promoting your Adelaide Fringe event and reaching a broader audience.

Channel 44

TV – Digital

Channel 44 is Adelaide’s community broadcaster. They are non-profit team working with their partners in the education, culture and screen sectors and one of their purposes is to assist similarly for-purpose organisations to engage communities through screen content.

Look out for their Fringe Flash package available in 30-second video and you have the option to add Fringe Flash Booster, giving you an additional 100 spots per month to reach more viewers during Fringe.

Find out more here.

GLAM Adelaide

Social Media – EDM – Digital

Glam Adelaide is South Australia’s leading lifestyle news website. With millions of hits each month, our audience are cashed up professionals who want to know where to go and what to do in South Australia. 

Find out more here, or reach out to


Print – Website – Newsletter – Social Media

InDaily is South Australia’s locally-owned, independent news source. The daily, free weekday newsletters have become one of the state’s most trusted sources of local news and views.

Find out more here.


Outdoor – Digital

JCDecaux is the world's leading out-of-home media company, with over one million advertising panels in more than 80 countries. JCDecaux's unrivalled Australian portfolio focuses on high-quality design and audience-led solutions. It's extensive network includes small format, large format, rail, transit (bus and tram) and airport.

Find out more here.

The Note

Print – Digital

The Note is your local source of music, gigs and what’s good in Adelaide. Explore the very best in music, food and culture every month in their printed publication, or on socials @thenotemagsa

Find out more here, or reach out to


Print – Website – Newsletter – Rich Media

CityMag was created as an insider’s guide to life and business in downtown Adelaide. Advertising with CityMag takes many forms but note that they only work with full and half page artwork to maintain fewer positions and more prevalence of their client’s brand in their publication.

Find out more here.

Fest Mag


Fest Magazine has been reviewing Edinburgh’s festivals for over 20 years and Adelaide’s festivals since 2018, always with an independent critical voice and portable, FREE A5 print editions. In 2024, there were two publication: a Preview early February and a Festival edition (packed full of reviews) early March, both distributed throughout the CBD and surrounding areas.

Find out more here, or reach out to


FIFTY+SA is here to guide active over-50's in experiencing more of the life they love. Whether it’s lifestyle, art, culture, travel, food & wine, financial tips or health and wellbeing advice, FIFTY+SA aims to enrich the experiences of our readers with inspirational and high quality content. They help their audience live well by connecting them to their best life, as well as the very best of what South Australia and beyond has to offer.

Find out more here, or reach out to

Kiddo Mag

Print – Social Media – EDM – Digital

KIDDO Mag is for the modern Adelaide family. We keep the content local, fun, original and informative across a range of topics from health, education, fashion, craft, travel, DIY, cooking and entertainment.

Find out more here, or reach out to 

Kids in Adelaide

Social Media – EDM – Digital

Where else would you rather advertise your show than online with the number one Google ranked site for ‘Adelaide Fringe for Kids’? We have a huge local audience who know that we live and breathe Adelaide Fringe every year and they use our website to find the best Fringe shows for their families.

Find our more here, or reach out to



SALIFE is South Australia’s biggest-selling magazine, showcasing the best of Adelaide and South Australia. Readers will get to see the state’s most spectacular homes &idyllic gardens, latest fashion and accessories, and exploring the performing and visual arts scenes from around SA.

Reach out to

The List

Print – Digital Display

The List Adelaide Summer Festival Guide is returning to Adelaide in Jan 2024 with a 72 page, A4 publication jam-packed with previews, features and recommendations for the Adelaide Fringe. It will be available for 8 weeks from 19 January when 20,000 copies will hit the streets. There is also a dedicated Adelaide website too which will list all of the Fringe shows and new for 2024, we will be in Adelaide reviewing shows daily for the duration of the festival.

Find out more here, or reach out to  


Please Note It's essential to review each ad kit and its terms of service to ensure it aligns with your advertising goals.

If you have any questions or need further information about a specific ad kit, please contact the respective third-party supplier directly. Their contact details are provided in each ad kit's description.

Adelaide Fringe is not responsible for any financial agreements, contractual obligations, or results obtained through the use of these ad kits. All blurbs are written by the respective advertisers or paraphrased from submitted ad kits, and not the endorsement of Adelaide Fringe.

This list is not non-exhaustive, and additional options may be added over time. If you would like to have your Media Kit added to this list please email  

We wish you the best of luck with your Adelaide Fringe advertising campaign! If you have any questions or need assistance with using these resources, feel free to reach out to us. 


Image Credit: Silent Disco!, East End, Madison Griffiths, 2023.Image Description: Dancers on the street. in bright clothing listening to music through headphones.