Australian Performing Arts Market


Adelaide at festival time offers a feast of the performing, visual and literary arts in a city renowned for its friendliness, food and wine, relaxed lifestyle and warm late-summer weather. Adelaide Fringe and Adelaide Festival are perfect complements to APAM, so plan your visit to take in the entire experience.

Fringe Director: Greg Clarke

One of the world’s largest and most vibrant open-access arts festivals with a diverse program of theatre, dance, circus, comedy, cabaret, new media, music, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, film and the visual arts. Full program released on Saturday 10 December at

P: +61 8 8100 2000

Artistic Director: Paul Grabowsky

Australia’s leading international multi-arts festival, featuring the performing, visual and literary arts. Full program released on Wednesday 20 October 2011 at 

P: +61 8 8216 4444

Note: Delegates are able to buy tickets to selected Adelaide Festival performances at a discount on presentation of their APAM pass at the box office during APAM week (located at the Help Desk).

Australian International Documentary Conference
27 February - 1 March 2012

Australia’s prominent annual documentary event, attracting key figures from the international documentary industry. 

P: +61 8 8271 1488

Other Festivals

If you have time to spare, why not see an even broader scope of Australasian contemporary performing arts by creating an itinerary that includes:

Perth International Arts Festival
10 February - 3 March 2012

World Theatre Festival
16-26 February 2012

New Zealand International Festival of Arts
24 February - 18 March 2012

9-12 March 2012

Contact Moves Travel regarding your travel and accommodation:
P: +61 8 8271 1322