New Delhi :
Apart from the India-Australia T20 in Adelaide, there are other reasons also to travel to Adelaide.
It is the festival season in Adelaide. Though the festival season begins right from February 12 and is also indigenously dubbed as ‘Mad March’ by the locals.
During the festive season, the place is visited by a number of singers, performers, dancers and actors from around the world. You get to see street parties, shows, outdoor festive activities and much more.
Adelaide Fringe (February 12-March 14)
Adelaide Fringe is a festival that provides a big platform to the artists from around the world to showcase their skills and talent. It has comedy, drama, theatre, dance, singing, circus and much more. It is the second largest annual festival in the world.
Adelaide Festival (February 26-March 14)
This festival is held in the South Australian capital of Adelaide, that is dedicated to various art forms- opera, theatre, classical dance, contemporary music, visual arts and new media.
WOMADelaide (March 11-14)
This festival sees the best of world dance and music. Debates and discussions about current issues, cooking demonstrations and much more.