Adelaide Entertainment Venues
Showcasing many of the world’s greatest acts, the Adelaide Entertainment Centre is located just 8 minutes from the CBD.
A free tram operates between the city and the centre and there is limited onsite parking, available at a charge.
Event tickets are purchased through Ticketek, phone 132 849 to find the nearest agency, or visit the website www.ticketek.com.
|Where:||Corner Port Rd and Adam St, Hindmarsh|
|Phone:||08 8208 2222|
|Website:||Adelaide Entertainment Centre|
The Adelaide Festival Centre is a popular city landmark located on the banks of the River Torrens.
Theatre, dance, music, opera, comedy, and musical theatre are of the many shows hosted by the centre.
Tickets to these events are available through BASS outlets across Adelaide and online at www.bass.net.au.
The captivating Adelaide Town Hall is one of Adelaide’s finest heritage buildings, and has been the city’s entertainment hub for over 140 years.
Catering for up to 1100 guests, this charming building is the preferred location for private and public events.
Housed by the original 1920s Adelaide Railway Station, the Adelaide Casino offers a variety of thrilling entertainment options.
Guests can try their luck on some of the 1000 gaming machines, unwind in one of the casino’s four bars, or indulge in delicious cuisine before heading to a live floor show.
|Where:||North Terrace, Adelaide|
|Phone:||08 8212 2811|
Adelaide’s AAMI Stadium is home of South Australia Football and Adelaide AFL teams, and can accommodate a crowd of over 50,000.
The stadium is positioned 15 kilometres from the City Centre, and is easily accessible using public transport.
There is limited public parking available for a fee on the Eastern side of the Stadium and also in the nearby Westfield mall.
|Where:||AAMI Stadium, Gate J, Turner Drive, West Lakes|
|Phone:||08 8268 2088|