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  • 1. Adelaide Entertainment Centre

    Opened in 1991, most major concerts are held at this indoor arena, which also features a mix of everything from music, theater, and other performing arts to conventions and sporting events.

    98 Port Rd.
    - 08 - 8208–2222
  • 2. Adelaide Festival Centre

    City Center

    This is the city's major venue for the performing arts. The Festival Centre programs four major festivals and the State Opera, the State Theatre Company of South Australia, and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra also perform here regularly. Performances are in the Playhouse, the Festival and Space theaters, the outdoor amphitheater, and Her Majesty's Theatre at 58 Grote Street. The box office is open weekdays 9–6.

    King William St.
    - 08 - 8216--8600
  • 3. Adelaide Festival of Arts

    City Center

    Australia's oldest arts festival takes place annually for 2½ weeks in February and March. It's a cultural smorgasbord of outdoor opera, classical music, jazz, art exhibitions, film, a writers' festival, and cabaret presented by some of the world's top artists; it's held across the city at a variety of venues.

    - 08 - 8216–4444
  • 4. Adelaide Fringe Festival

    City Center

    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 arts festival, featuring cabaret, street performances, comedy, circus, music, visual art, theater, puppetry, dance, and design, all across Adelaide and its surroundings, while regional offshoots take the party all around the state.

    - 08 - 8100–2000
  • 5. BASS Ticket Agency

    City Center

    This agency sells tickets for most live performances: ballet, comedy, dance, theater, and more.

    King William St.
    - 13--1246
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  • 6. 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 its multiple stages in the picturesque Botanic Park.

    Hackney Rd.
    - 1300 - 496--623

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