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Adelaide Festival

If there was ever a reason behind Adelaide gaining the tagline of Australia’s premier festival city, Adelaide Festival would be it. This internationally renowned, three-week extravaganza of arts includes everything from theatre, music and dance to film, visual art and literary events. Bold and inspiring, the festival isn’t just an all-inclusive cultural affair – good vibes reverberate around the city when it’s on.

Date: 01 March 2019 - 17 March 2019
Venue: Multiple locations around Adelaide.
Website: http://www.adelaidefestival.com.au
Cost:

Prices vary depending on event.


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The Hotel Metropolitan

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Hotel Ibis Adelaide

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Largs Pier Hotel

Luxury suites and motel rooms await at the Largs Pier Hotel. Built in 1882 and still dominating the seafront by Largs Bay Pier, this is the hotel where AC/DC and Jimmy Barnes played before they were famous. Heritage rooms are a sensory mix of lofty ceilings and cutting edge bathrooms, complete with king-size, four-poster beds. One suite also contains a dining room. The hotel is the site of the very first drive-through bottle shop in Australia.

Majestic Minima Hotel

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