5 Best Events in Adelaide in 2020 You Can’t-Miss

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Adelaide is a fantastic city for enjoying the breath-taking scenery in Australia. Being the capital city of South Australia, it is vibrant, sophisticated, and charming. The beautiful architecture and the multicultural restaurants give you an insight into the city’s fascinating history. Apart from exploring the city, you can also take part in the world-class events taking place in Adelaide. Whether it is festivals, art events, or fashion, there is always something for everyone. Here are five events in Adelaide that you should not miss in 2020:

1.   The ISPS Handa Australian Open

The women’s open golf tournament is the most exciting event this year. Thousands of fans are expected to attend from different countries to be part of an unforgettable experience. The golf tournament will run from 13th to 16th February at the Royal Adelaide Golf Club. The event will host the best golf players who will be competing for the pristine sandbelt. The golf club is easily accessible from the city; you can get there by train or car. The ISPS Handa had an incredible season last year, and fans should look forward to a super-exciting tournament with golf superstars.

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2.   The Adelaide Festival

As mentioned earlier, Adelaide is big on culture and has a fantastic history. Therefore, it is no surprise that they host the most prominent cultural festivals in the world. The annual festival is a series of events that exhibit the rich cultural heritage of Adelaide. You will find the opera, theatre, all types of music, visual art, and literature. The event begins from 28th February to 15th March, and it will be fun-packed with lots of activities to enjoy. The festival also features WOMADelaide, which is a world music event featuring over 500 artists from around the globe. The literary festival, visual art, and epic outdoor performances will be part of the festival.

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3.   The Adelaide Cup

The Adelaide cup is a South Australian public holiday, which takes place on the second Monday of March annually. Initially, the race was held in May, but it changed to March in 2006. It is a remarkable sporting and social event, which has been in existence since 1864. However, it only became a public holiday in 1973. The Adelaide cup usually takes place in Morphettville Racecourse and attracts the best stayers in the region, competing for the $400000. It is often a Group 2 race with a distance of 3200 metres and involves thoroughbred horses. Over the years, the South Australian Jockey Club has been conducting the competition. If you want to be part of the enthusiastic crowd this year, mark 11th March on your calendar.

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4.   The Adelaide Fringe

If you have never attended the Fringe, you should find time for it this year. It is a famous art festival in Australia, attracting people from all over the world. For 31 days, you get to experience and enjoy everything about art. Therefore, if you are a fan of visual art, magic, or pop and rock culture, the Adelaide Fringe is the event for you. From 14th February to 15th March, you will have tons of fun from the creativity of the various artists.

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5.   The Film Festival

The festival uses special events, unique screenings, and forums to celebrate the Australian screen culture. You will enjoy the exclusive films showcased and the movie premieres during the festival. The Adelaide film festival takes place at the GU Film House for eleven days in October. The movies often compete in various categories, from fiction to documentary awards. It will present you with a unique experience of the Australian film industry.

Adelaide has numerous activities to keep the year fun and exciting. You will have various things to try out and sights to see. Therefore, you need to update your calendar and ensure you do not miss any event.