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01 - 19 Nov 2023
Feast Festival is Adelaide’s LGBTQIA+ queer arts and cultural festival glittered throughout the very special “Pridevember” which turns November in South Australia into a month-long celebration of diversity and inclusivity.
The annual Pride March kicks off the festival in spectacular fashion with the parade leading into the Carnival Opening Night Party, featuring a variety of local and interstate artists, and treating partygoers to a night of rainbow-coloured celebrations including live performances and DJs.
Feast truly has something for everyone with over 100 events in cabaret, comedy, theatre, visual art, music and community forums and seminars. The Festival concludes with the ever-popular family-friendly Picnic in the Park. Stroll in the sun, catch up with friends, explore community and market stalls, indulge in great food, enjoy the infamous and adorable Dog Show or dance the day away from morning to evening to DJs.
The festival’s policy of radical inclusivity extends to offering free entrance to a range of ticketed events for full-time students, pensioners and seniors with a valid Concession Card.
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Going down in November, the line-up boasts a huge range of drag, music, art and entertainment acts that’ll have you running around the city for more.
A program so indulgent it has its own month – Pridevember.
Found some downtime between all the events and excitement? Here are some tips on what to see and do in Adelaide and South Australia.
A multidisciplinary creative hub in the middle of the CBD, The Mill includes a gallery with public events and exhibitions as well as a thriving community of resident artists. Visit the studios and you’ll find makers handcrafting an astonishing array of goods, from hats, shoes, fashion and hi-vis clothing to ceramics, furniture and musical instruments.
Adelaide has a proud tradition of radically innovative performance, and the status quo is still being challenged by independent theatre collectives around the town. Thought provoking new works and commissions are central to the work of Vitalstatistix, Rumpus, Holden Street Theatres and Theatre Republic.
ART House Urban Renewal, or ‘Arthur’ for short, is a multi-storey gallery, bar and live music venue located inside the reclaimed avante-garde furniture store of 66 Currie St. Originating as a festival venue in 2019 Arthur Art Bar has now evolved into a bustling, innovative space for the people of the creative industries with your entry supporting local artists and musicians.