Port Adelaide Enfield
Marni niina Kaurna yarta-ana Pudni Pukipirra tarrkarri mankutitya`dlu...
It’s good that you came to Kaurna land.
Learn from the past so that we can grasp the future.’
We would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we stand,
the Kaurna People of the Adelaide Plains. It is upon their ancestral lands that the Port Adelaide Enfield
Council meets. It is also The Place of the Kardi, the Emu, whose story travels from the coast inland.
It’s Adelaide Fringe time again and the City of PAE is proud to be supporting
creative and talented artists in 68 festival events in over 30 venues across the
Council area, featuring an outstanding range of art in all its forms.
Join us on Saturday 2 March for our popular PORT FRINGE with a dazzling
array of performances, live music, markets and food … all within walking
distance of each other. ‘Dancing in the street’ is the theme of this year’s
With our culturally rich and diverse community, the City of PAE has become
an important and vibrant arts hub and home to a significant number of artists,
galleries, studios, museums, cultural organisations and events.
Our City Plan 2030 aims to create a place where people love to be and
provide opportunities to participate in and experience local arts and cultural
activities, so the Adelaide Fringe is just the ticket to enjoy some unique and new
experiences in our City.
Grab some friends and this local guide and make sure you enjoy everything
this world-class festival has to offer.
Mayor Claire Boan