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5 Epic Festival Weekends To Book Right Now In South Australia

If you're looking for a South Australia trip to remember, why not treat yourself, your friends, and your family to these fun-packed festival weekends, guaranteed to bring good food, refreshing bevvies, and lots of laughter.

If you’re looking for a South Australia trip to remember, why not treat yourself, your friends, and your family to these fun-packed festival weekends, guaranteed to bring good food, refreshing bevvies, and lots of laughter.

With South Australia announcing it will be lifting its NSW border restrictions from 31 January, now is the perfect time to start planning your next adventure… and let’s face it, who doesn’t love a good festival?

SA has a lot going on for it, and the state’s festivals certainly don’t disappoint.

So whether you fancy a cheeky weekend break or a two-week getaway, these festivals offer an escape from the routine and plenty of fun to be had.

Adelaide Fringe

South Australia Festivals

Date: 19th Feb – 21st March

Adelaide Fringe is the biggest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere! For 31 magical summer days and nights, Fringe brings together over 6000 independent artists in over 300 venues across Adelaide and greater South Australia.

The festival stretches from up in Whyalla all the way down to Mount Gambier, with eclectic and vibrant events that include cabaret, theatre, comedy, circus, music, visual arts, workshops and more.

WOMADelaide

South Australia Festivals

Date: 5th – 8th March

WOMADelaide is an annual four-day festival of Music, Arts and Dance. Presented in a ‘re-imagined’ COVID-safe format, the 2021 edition of WOMADelaide will feature a remarkable selection of Australian headline artists across four sunset concert evenings in a spectacular arena and stage in the picturesque King Rodney Park / Ityamai-itpina.

Made in the 90s

South Australia Festivals

Date: 17 Mar 2021

The Made in the ‘90s Festival is a must for any lover of the old school music with one of the hottest old school R&B lines ups curated down under in recent times.

Heading the line-up are Grammy Winners, Blackstreet, Coolio, hitmakers Next and more.

Barossa Vintage Festival

South Australia Festivals

Date: 14th – 18th April, 2020

The family-friendly Festival is South Australia’s largest regional festival and includes some of Barossa’s finest food and wine experiences.

The festival is held for five days and includes masterclasses, exclusive wine tastings, long lunches, dinners, live music, picnics and parties as the community comes together for one big celebration.

Crush Festival

South Australia Festivals

Date: TBA Jan 2022

The Crush Festival is a 3 day festival filled with wine, food, music and fun! With more than 30 venues throughout the region hosting events from long lunches and degustations to chilled acoustic music sessions and garden parties… there is something for every taste.

Enjoy!

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