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October 1 – 2, 2022
Ceduna Foreshore, Wirangu Country
Australia’s largest Oyster Festival returns to Ceduna Foreshore for 2022. Shuck yeah! Held over two days, sample the finest quality seafood, including fresh oysters from the Eyre Peninsula, listen to live music and enjoy the laid back atmosphere of this gorgeous coastal town.
20 October – 6 November, 2022
Adelaide Riverbank, Karrawirra Pari
Australia’s leading contemporary arts festival, OzAsia, is returning to Adelaide for 2022. OzAsia is a showcase of the best theatre, dance, music, visual arts, literature, film, food and cultural events from across Asia and Australia, and is not to be missed.
12 November, 2022
Lake Breeze Wines, Langhorne Creek/Ngarrindjeri Country
Hidden amongst the vineyards of Lake Breeze Wines, you’ll find Handpicked: the ultimate music and wine festival. Sip on wines, indulge in tasty regional food from local food trucks, and have a cheeky boogie to some of Australia’s top musicians, including Hilltop Hoods and The Rubens.
1 – 4 December, 2022
One of Australia’s largest motorsport events, Valo Adelaide 500, is returning after a three-year hiatus! Spanning an action-packed weekend, the exciting event program includes charity luncheons with Supercar drivers, driver autograph sessions, vehicle displays, performances from acts including The Killers, Baker Boy, The Presets and Lime Cordiale, and much more.
2 January, 2023
The teams behind Beyond The Valley, Pitch Music & Arts and Grapevine Gathering are bringing Wildlands Festival to Adelaide for the first time this summer, transforming Ellis Park in the heart of Adelaide’s parklands into a sanctuary for music and arts escapism! Sing the night away to dance, electronic and hip-hop acts from both Australia and around the world, including Benee, Diplo, and Adelaide’s own Tkay Maidza.
13 – 22 January, 2023
Experience the race from the regions with the Santos Tour Down Under (TDU). Home to the largest Festival of Cycling in the southern hemisphere, the 2023 TDU returns with 10 days of fun, offering a wide range of events, street parties, a tour village, and live music.
17 February – 19 March, 2023
The Adelaide Fringe is the biggest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere, with an incredible calendar of events including cabaret, theatre, comedy, circus, music, visual arts, workshops…and the list goes on! Over 31 magical summer days and nights, the Fringe brings together 6,000+ independent artists in 300+ venues across SA, collectively putting on more than 1,200 shows.
10 – 13 March, 2023
With a legion of devotees, WOMADelaide is an iconic open-air world music festival set in Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Park/Tainmuntilla. Experience four days of the very best in live music, arts, dance and food from around the world.
3 – 19 March, 2023
Adelaide Festival is an annual celebration of the arts, showcasing opera, theatre, dance and music. The Adelaide Writers Week, Australia’s largest free literary festival, also sits within the program, showcasing both established and emerging writers and journalists from across the world.
28 April – 7 May, 2023
Tasting Australia is a showcase of all things South Australian: our people, our produce and our place! Next April, discover deliciously different experiences that feed your curiosity. Explore the Town Square; the perfect place to meet for a drink, and stay for a bite to eat. Top up your drinks knowledge with the ever popular masterclass series, or visit the Town Square Kitchen, where top chefs collaborate to offer dining experiences like no other.
July 14 – 16, 2023
Adelaide Showground/Kaurna Country
Adelaide Beer & BBQ Festival will return next winter for yet another celebration of good food, music and of course, beers. Featuring more than 100 brewers, cideries, distillers and wine-makers from across Australia, a top-notch line-up of barbecued foods and an exciting line-up of live entertainment; there is something for everyone.