The Adelaide Fringe festival is characterised by large crowds cramming into packed tents to watch performers from across the country and around the world.
- Interstate and international artists are still expected to attend next year’s Fringe, albeit in smaller numbers
- Grants and creative ticketing options are available
- Memorabilia from the festival’s 60-year history has gone on sale
But coronavirus has forced organisers to rethink how to go ahead with next year’s festival, in a way that retains the glitz and glamour of the spectacle.
Described by organisers as the “biggest arts festival in the southern hemisphere” and the largest outside Edinburgh, the next Adelaide Fringe will be significantly different from what people are used…