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Fun for Families: Lunch at the Food Truck Movement Adelaide Showgrounds
Highlights of What's On in Adelaide in March 2017 The Fringe Festival 2017 has swept into the city of Adelaide, taking prisoners by the thousands. Every night the major Fringe hubs are packed with people having a great time, from the Garden of Unearthly Delights to the Royal Croquet Club. If you're not sure which is the best Adelaide Fringe venue for you, then you need to read this guide.
For anyone looking for Fringe Festival show reviews like this one of Sirqus Alfon, then heading to the comedy category is a good start. But if the Fringe Festival is not your thing, don't despair: there are plenty of other fun things to do in Adelaide in March.
Did you know that Adelaide now has a new fixed food truck hub which is open every weekend? From Friday evening to late Sunday evening, the Food Truck Movement at Adelaide showgrounds brings you a changing menu of gourmet goodies from a variety of your favourite food trucks. Bring the family for lunch or for dinner, there's free live entertainment, fun for kids, and a licensed bar. What more could you want?
Love at Fifth Site: Free Digital Arcade at the State Library
While you're at the State Library, don't miss their new exhibition on the Treasures Wall. The Play Exhibition of toys, games and stories lets you reminisce over old favourites, or join in the fun things to do with the free games provided. It's fun for kids of all ages.
Drinking water is a hot topic in Adelaide during summer, and thankfully we don't have water restrictions any more. If you're curious about where we get our drinking water from, and how it's purified, then this free tour is for you. SA Water host regular free tours of the Happy Valley water treatment plant - all you need to do is book online, and turn up.
Not Free, but Fun Things to Do in Adelaide There's an enormous range of shows during the Fringe Festival in Adelaide, and our writers have done their best to keep up with the shows. There are quite a few free things to do, and who's going to complain about paying to see interstate and overseas performers.
A performance that brings plenty of mystery and suspense is the new Murder and Madness tour from award winning Adelaide's Haunted Horizons. Read here about the Murder and Madness tour at Z Ward.