Oz Asia is Adelaide's leading international arts festival, running from September 17th - October 2nd. The festival traditionally spotlights a variety of excellent theatre, dance, music, film, and visual arts from across Asia. With the Adelaide Festival Centre announcing the program for the 10 year anniversary of the festival, we're getting excited for the new array of thrilling performance works by contemporary Asian artists.
This year's festival features 47 major events, including 111 performances, by over 330 professional artists. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary, the festival will host an outdoor concert live music series, spanning over ten nights, featuring performances by high-profile international artists.
Likewise, the creative force behind The Royal Croquet Club and the recent Alpine Winter Village are launching The Good Fortune Markets.
From September 21st - October 2nd, The Good Fortune Markets will form a hub in Elder Park, providing an atmosphere that will immediately transport you into the authenticity, and vibrancy of Asia. With delicious food, market stalls, music and live performances, the Good Fortune Markets epitomise the excitement of Asian culture.
With everything from interactive exhibitions and cultural exchanges, to digital-based dance, this year's Oz Asia promises to amaze and delight all audiences.
To check out their program, and book tickets, visit the Oz Asia website or Facebook. If you want a neat selection of 5 events, try the Director's Pass, or if you're between the ages of 18-30, why not check out the Greenroom membership?
Photos via Oz Asia website. Thumbnail via Festivals Adelaide.
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