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Adelaide Festival

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Jeffry b wrote a review Jul. 2020
Essendon, Australia6,699 contributions1,972 helpful votes
The Adelaide Festival is by far Australia's greatdst and most diverse festival of the arts, despite many imitators. The organisers always seem to snare a blockbuster event. The festival has everything from sculpture to cinema, many events are quite inexxpensive. It pays to book your shows in advance.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Crusader wrote a review Mar. 2020
Berrima, Australia27 contributions14 helpful votes
I have attended many Adelaide Festivals. Over the years I have grown older, as have most of the other attendees. I’d guess that not more than 20% would now be under 50, a large proportion of the rest over 70. More and more events are unallocated seating; all these old people are thus forced to stand in a queue for up to an hour before the performance either outdoors or in a church lobby, knowing that there’s an empty church inside. “oh, they’re doing a sound check”. If Covent Garden can issue queue tickets so you can leave and have breakfast, so can you. This level of contempt for your audience is inexcusable. I recommend that older patrons simply boycott events with unallocated seating until the Festival realises where it’s bread is buttered. It would be a shame to have missed the Psalms, but to bring this indifference to my comfort and attendance to heel, I’ll be doing it next year.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jeffry b wrote a review Oct. 2019
Essendon, Australia6,699 contributions1,972 helpful votes
Adelaide comes alive in March each year when the Adelaide Festival hits town. It's Australia's only truly international arts festival and it draws audiences from interstate and overseas.. The Festival has everything from opera to art. The infrastructure for the Festival is impressive. Most events are held along the banks of the River Torrens or in the city centre. The Adelaide Festival is held annually, the next Festival is from 28 February to 15 March 2020. The weather is usually fine and the nights are warm. If you wish to attend, it pays to book accommodation in advance, as hotel space is in demand.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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RonWamberal wrote a review Mar. 2019
Sydney, Australia13,385 contributions2,581 helpful votes
There is so much to watch, listen to and enjoy but as an interstate visitor, it is difficult to stay as long as the Festival runs. You therefore finish up selecting a variety to suit the dates of your travel but the risk is that the compromise you choose means you may miss out on something you would really love.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Robby G C wrote a review Jul. 2018
Toronto, Canada74,000 contributions1,737 helpful votes
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It generally starts on March 1 till March 17. It is an arts festival and lots of people come downtown Adelaide. In the evening especially, there is a lot of noise. Some are drunk and others eat at a restaurant. I saw many people getting together and sing together. Others play music. It is a place to celebrate, as they celebrate this event every year. The first celebration was in 1960. Lots of people roam among the malls and look for deals. People have fun and they do what it supposed to do: Celebrate! Worthwhile to see!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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