November 9-24, 2013. ANZ Feast Cluster in the Lion Arts Centre. International event, arts festival for the lesbian and gay community in Adelaide, bringing performers from all over the world with theater, cabaret, comedy, film, forums, literature, dance, visual arts, tourism, sports, and other events.
January 15 - February 16, 2014, at Mercury Cinema, 13 Morphett St, Adelaide. Hot films that can’t be seen elsewhere. Also March 27, 2014: Cinémathèque, Adelaide’s Premier Film Society program of classic, cult, experimental, documentary, silent, short and premiere films.
February 13 - March 16, 2013. Rundle Park, East Terrace. The world's most exciting performing arts and Australia's greatest cultural carnival.
February 14 - March 16, 2014. Festival of comedy, cabaret, theatre and a host of shows by rising and established performers. Each Fringe over 300 independent venues open their doors to performing and art & design events - traditional theatres, pubs, churches, vacant buildings, offices, and even the occasional bus!
February 17-22, 2014, Main Theatre. Controversial James Cunningham play examines mateship/ masculinity in Australian sport. Darren Anderson, star player for Melbourne's premiership-winning Fitzroy Fighters AFL team, is young, talented, and so convinced of his popularity that when he announces that he's gay, he assumes the news will be readily accepted by everyone. It isn't.
February 28 - March 16, 2014. Art forms from Australia & the world, each 'even' year: opera, theatre, dance, music, cabaret, new media, Writers' Week (world's largest), entertainment, exhibitions, master classes, forums, late night clubbing & more.
March 10, 2014, noon, at Adelaide Showground. DJs/acts/artists: 2Chainz, Adventure Club, Arty, ATB, Baauer, Bassjackers, Brodinski, Carnage, Chase & Status, Chuckie, Cut/Copy, Dada Life, Dannic, Deadmau5, Deniz Koyu, Kyro, Eric Prydz, Gorgon City, Hardwell, Helena, Kaskade, Knife Party, Macklemore & Ryan Jones, Markus Schultz, Martin Garrix, Monsta, Naughty Boy, Netsky Live +++
Mid-October, 2014. Previous years line-up included films from 49 countries, 64 Australian premieres, 23 world premieres and over 47,000 patrons.