19 February – 14 March 2010, Adelaide, Australia. Application deadline: 16 October 2009
The Adelaide Fringe is an open access festival, and anyone can get involved. All you have to do is pay a registration fee and enter your event information by the closing date of registrations.
To be part of Adelaide Fringe 2010, artists are required to pay a registration fee for each event. Registration fee entitles the participants to top-notch support and services from the Artist Services Team. In addition to the registration fee, artists are responsible for all of the presentation and production costs relating to their event(s). The registration fees, per event, are:
|Number of sessions||Fee|
|3 Sessions or less||$210|
|4 Sessions or more||$395 ($330 Visual Arts)|
Registration fees must be received in full by 5pm, Friday 16th October 2009.
The Adelaide Fringe Event Registration Site, better known as FERS, is by far the easiest way to register your event(s). It allows you to update and change your registration details as many times as you need until the close of registrations.
You must complete the registration fee payment form (which you can download from our website once you start your registration), and enclose with your payment. Payments can be made by credit card, money order, EFTPOS, cheque (payable to Adelaide Fringe Inc) via mail, telephone or in person.
You are not officially registered until the Fringe receives your full registration fee.
If your event is cancelled you may be entitled to a part refund of the registration fee(s) you have paid. There are no refunds if you cancel your event(s) after the Fringe Guide has gone to print. In accordance with the policy of Adelaide Fringe Inc, the following cancellation fees apply:
|10 August - 31 October 2009||100%|
|1 November - 30 November 2009||50%|
|1 December onward||Nil|
The Fringe charges a booking fee (called an ‘inside charge’) for each ticket sold through FringeTIX, as per the table below:
|Ticket Price||Booking Fee|
|$14.00 or less||$1.70|
|$14.01 - $20.00||$1.90|
|$20.01 - $24.00||$2.30|
|$24.01 - $50.00||$2.70|
|$50.01 and over||$3.20|
The ticket buyer also pays a service fee (the ‘outside charge’) for each ticket sold. That fee is currently set at $2.75 per ticket.
Non-resident artists or companies intending to enter and perform or exhibit in Australia as part of Adelaide Fringe 2010 need to advise organizers and provide relevant details during the registration process. The Fringe Team then liaise with the relevant authorities who assess each case. If your application is approved the Fringe will notify you by email.
If you have any queries regarding international visas please contact Brett McCallum, Artist Services Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 8 8100 2050.
Hiring a venue and negotiation of season dates and times is the responsibility of the artist. But the Fringe produces a Venues List (available to all registered artists) which details information on hundreds of venues within the CBD and suburbs. The huge range includes performing and visual arts venues, theatres, pubs, clubs and empty spaces, with details of venue name, location, capacity, programming style and contact person.
This list may be all the participants need to find that perfect space, however artists who need the knowledge of someone who knows Adelaide’s venues inside out should contact our Venue Services Co-ordinator, Carin Waterson, on +61 8 8100 2046 or email email@example.com
If you need the Fringe to assist you in finding a venue, register as soon as possible for the best choice.
The Adelaide Fringe marketing department develops an umbrella marketing campaign for the entire Fringe event. Central to this is the Fringe Guide, which all registered artists are a part of, provided all information and fees are received by the closing date. The printed version of this becomes the number one publication for Fringe audiences. Subsequently, event listings in the Fringe Guide are the key marketing tool for registered events. Each event listing will also appear on our website, where they can be updated if necessary. The registration fee entitles you to a 50 word event description in the Adelaide Fringe 2010 Guide. There is also an option of purchasing advertising space in the Fringe Guide (subject to space availability).
More information about Adelaide Fringe is available on the website www.adelaidefringe.com.au
You can download the full introductory guide to all matters Fringe
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