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The Adelaide Food Fringe festival has announced an expanded festival program of nine days from Friday 7 May to Sunday 16 May 2021.
After COVID-19 put a stop to the festival last year, it’s back with a vengeance, made possible by the continued support of major partners City of Adelaide Council, Pirate Life Brewing, new major partner Never Never Distilling Co and other sponsors.
The open-access food festival is encouraging all food and beverage businesses, brewers, wineries, distilleries, venues, clubs, producers, multicultural communities and cultural institutions (large or small) to share their food and beverage experience by becoming a part of its 2021 program line-up, and registering their event.
With an affordable, diverse and accessible food and beverage program for everyone to enjoy, the Adelaide Food Fringe is not a festival with a fenced in area and food vendors.
The whole state is a potential festival site, as every business, club, venue or premises presenting a food or beverage related event acts as the venue.
The Adelaide Food Fringe’s International Pub Week is an initiative co-created by Pirate Life Brewing, and is all about celebrating the culinary, cultural, social and economic impact of pubs in SA.
The program stream will drive activity and support pubs in through the challenging COVID-19 environment they’ve had to navigate.
The Adelaide Food Fringe will run from 7 May to 16 May in various locations around the state.
For more information and to register an event, visit the website here.
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