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From world-class theatre to thrilling dance, incredible music and unmissable opera, Adelaide Festival is committed to being equitable and inclusive. We believe that engaging with the arts can have a deep and meaningful impact on people’s lives.

Our Open House program supports individuals and charitable organisations to experience the arts at Adelaide Festival and aims to make these experiences more accessible to everyone. 

This program is made possible with the generous support of The Balnaves Foundation.

Tix For Next To Nix

We want Adelaide Festival to be for everyone and actively seek out community groups and individuals who would love to experience the Festival for the first time.

Adelaide Festival is offering limited tickets across a selection of Festival events at just $5 to not-for-profit organisations, charities, and patrons who have a current Pension Card or Health Care Card.*

We encourage first-time festival goers and not-for-profit organisations that would like to be part of this program to register your interest through the form linked below. 

Register your interest

If you have any queries, please contact:
GOGO Events

* Individual patrons may access a maximum of six tickets through Tix For Next To Nix. The Commonwealth Senior Health and Seniors Cards are ineligible for this offer.


Pay What You Can

Are you a low-income earner? If you have a current Health Care Card, Pension Card or full-time student card, you can access Pay What You Can tickets to a selection of Adelaide Festival shows - see the list of shows and dates below.

Tickets are available from the venue box office one hour prior to the performance start time. 

Guuranda | 29 Feb, 7pm

Baleen Moondjan | 29 Feb, 8pm

Goodbye, Lindita | 1 Mar, 8:30pm

Compassion & Ngapa William Cooper | 9 Mar, 8:15pm

Daylight Express: Tejendra Narayan Majumdar & Ambi Subramaniam | 12 Mar, 12:30pm

Antigone in the Amazon | 15 Mar, 8:30pm

Goldner String Quartet: The 2020s | 16 Mar, 7:30pm

Jungle Book reimagined | 16 Mar, 1pm