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Fringe by Day is set to launch on February 3 with a great lineup of events held before 5pm everyday.
In celebration of sixty years of Fringe, Adelaide Fringe by Day will host family friendly and accessible shows including Tindo Utpurndee at Rymill Park, Yabarra: Dreaming in Light, Giant Sing Along Daytime Karaoke and the 2020 Street Art Explosion featuring colourful and exciting artworks around Adelaide’s CBD.
With 144 free shows on offer, Fringe by Day is a great way to get a taste of the festival without having to face the crowds.
“I am very excited to showcase all the joy and mayhem that will transpire during the 30 days of Fringe in our 60th year,” Fringe CEO Heather Croall says. “We give everyone the chance to get involved and have fun.”
As part of its 60 year anniversary, the Adelaide Fringe will be classified as a “senior citizen” and will be handed its very own Seniors Card from the Office for Ageing Well. This initiative will ensure that the Fringe by Day guide provides access and opportunities to see shows for all members of the community, no matter what age.
“I am very proud to support the Adelaide Fringe in continuing to develop accessible events for the entire community,” The Director of the Office for Ageing Well, Cassie Mason, says.
The Fringe by Day program is supported by Seniors Card, Office for Ageing Well and FIVEaa.
The guide is available online or can be picked up at Fringe box offices around the city. The Adelaide Fringe will begin on Friday, February 14 and wrap up on March 15 2020.