Walk of Fame Exhibition

Our Walk of Fame honours the of talented professionals who have contributed to the performance history of Adelaide Festival Centre since it opened in 1973.

All events at Adelaide Festival Centre venues are being held in accordance with SA Health direction and the South Australian Roadmap for Easing Covid-19 Restrictions. The Adelaide Festival Centre website offers Event Guidelines in response to the most current information.

Venue: The Star Kitchen and Bar
Dates & Times: Please see opening hours

The Walk of Fame honours the many diverse artists who have graced the venues of Adelaide Festival Centre, on-stage and behind-the-scenes, since it opened in 1973. This star-studded promenade links the buildings of the Centre along the Adelaide Riverbank and launched in 2017 with more than 130 artists named (three for each year).

The accompanying Walk of Fame Exhibition in The Star Kitchen and Bar displays a selection of black and white portraits of these featured artists.

From Ella Fitzgerald to Dami Im these portraits show the faces of the diverse and talented stars who have taken part in performances at Adelaide Festival Centre throughout its almost 50-year history.

Set against the backdrop of the picturesque Elder Park, the Walk of Fame Exhibition provides a fascinating glimpse into Adelaide Festival Centre’s past. It reflects on and celebrates the enduring history of the performing arts in South Australia.

We acknowledge the contribution of the photographers who have allowed the use of their media for Adelaide Festival Centre’s Walk of Fame Exhibition.

 

Banner image: Cold Chisel, circa 1979, who performed at Adelaide Festival Centre in 1976. Reproduced courtesy of Cold Chisel.