As the winter chills set in, the Adelaide Festival Centre is starting to heat up in anticipation of the 7th Annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival. The festival kicks off on 8 June with a wonderful line-up of artists from around the world.

This year’s festival has enjoyed record advance ticket sales, with 19 performances already sold out, so we recommend you book now to avoid disappointment!

Thanks to Minter Ellison “Bring A Friend Free” on Wednesdays is proving once again to be a favourite with audiences and due to popular demand, an additional performance of Dave Graney’s Point Blank has been scheduled for Sunday 17 June.

Why not truly inhale the Cabaret atmosphere and see two shows in one night, or continue the tradition of hanging out at the Kool Kat Festival Club after the show?

Entry to the club is free upon presentation of a ticket to an Adelaide Cabaret Festival performance that same night, or you can purchase a ticket for $10 at the door. Dance the night away to live music and DJs and maybe even rub shoulders with some of the stars!

Adelaide Cabaret Festival Artistic Director Julia Holt says, “We are delighted with the results so far.  I encourage people to join us in the wonderful atmosphere created by this Festival at the Festival Centre!”

There are still thousands of tickets available so get in quick to delight in the purrrrrfect experience that is the Adelaide Cabaret Festival!

For more information go to www.adelaidecabaretfestival.com.au

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