Yes, it’s almost here. The Mad March long weekend is in the foreseeable future and it’s only coming closer.
As we’re sure you’re aware, there’s A LOT on in Adelaide right now, so we’ve pinpointed some of the events taking place this weekend to make your planning that little bit easier.
Adelaide Fringe Festival | 14 February – 15 March
The end of the Adelaide Fringe Festival is fast approaching and the long weekend is the perfect time to make the most of it. Immerse yourself in all that this iconic South Australian event has to offer, whether it be comedy, theatre, cabaret, circus, dance, film, music, visual art or design.
Adelaide Festival | 28 February – 15 March
The annual Adelaide Festival is one of Australia’s largest multi-arts festivals. Known for showcasing some of the best in theatre, dance, music, literature, the visual arts and new media, the Adelaide Festival is pretty much unmissable.
Wonderwalls Port Adelaide | 6-8 March
This year Wonderwalls Port Adelaide will feature works by some of the world’s most iconic street artists, including Pichiavo, Vesod, Jasmine Crisp and Demsky. The festival will kick off with an opening party on Friday 6 March at Black Diamond Square in the Port CBD.
International Women’s Day | 8 March
Celebrated globally on March 8, International Women’s Day emphasises the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
There are plenty of events held throughout South Australia for International Women’s Day, so why not jump online and have a look.
Adelaide Cup | 9 March
This year, the event promises to be packed full of action both on and off the track. Expect a variety of track-side food, fashion and entertainment throughout the day.
WOMADelaide | 6-9 March
The award-winning, open-air festival is returning to Adelaide Botanic Park for another year. Lauded for celebrating the very best of the World of Music, Arts & Dance, this year’s line up features the Cat Empire, Kate Miller-Heidke, Ngaiire, Odette and many more.
2020 Canine Cup | 9 March
Plant 4 Bowden is hosting the completely cruelty-free Canine Cup. There’s a vegan-friendly luncheon and the races feature dogs running from one owner to another.
The proceeds from the event will go to assist the rescue efforts of Guardian Angel Animal Rescue.