Credit Union SA is proud to be a Support Partner for the 2020 Feast Festival.
Join us at Feast Festival throughout Pridevember for SA's first multi-arts festival to take place since COVID-19. Festivities start with Quiz By Twilight, followed by over 100 events in cabaret, comedy, drag, theatre, music and more finishing with the family friendly Picnic in the Park.
Read the press release for the 2020 Feast Festival below.
Will they or won’t they happen? That’s been the hot topic when it comes to cultural events in Adelaide and at long last, hooray for the arts and LGBTIQ+ communities as they rejoice, as Feast Festival must (and very much needs to) go on for its 24th season.
Coming out of the COVID-19 coma for Adelaideans never looked so good with a queer rainbow shining proudly in the sky revealing the Feast Festival pot of gold, set to launch its 2020 program Thursday 8 October at Treasury 1860. The program features a staggering line-up of over 100 events during the newly coined and treasured "Pridevember" running from 7 – 29 November across various Adelaide venues.
South Australia’s successful response to COVID means Feast can offer a large and diverse range of events that will inspire audiences to come out and discover what our local LGBTIQ+ artists and change-makers have been up to during the pandemic. The announcement of the festival returning is welcome news to the arts and events industries who have been financially and psychologically haemorrhaging ever since the pandemic.
Feast CEO and General Manager Helen Sheldon is proud of this year’s program with artists and event producers adapting creatively to these COVID times.
“First it’s a relief we are able to present Feast this year! Thanks to funding from the Department of the Premier and Cabinet Arts South Australia we were able to offer free registrations to artists and event organisers to participate. Similarly Feast venues offered free venue hire to offset costs involved for those participating,” said Ms Sheldon
“We have collaborated with other South Australian arts and community organisations which has also enabled more people to participate which is fantastic. Honestly, so many people have just assumed Feast wouldn’t happen so to see the LGBTIQ+ and ally communities rally together for the festival, and with a pandemic, we have collectively created one of our biggest programs yet!” said Ms Sheldon.
Feast celebrates all that is Queer Culture this year presenting Australian premieres, comedy, live performance, film, literary events, community happenings and the much-loved Picnic in the Park at Pinky Flat/Tarntanya Wama.
For the full program head to: www.feast.org.au