Live music grants

$3.3 million over two years

for vouchers and grants to get live music back into pubs, clubs, small bars, restaurants, cafes and other smaller venues. Additionally, grants are available for medium and larger scale music events and festivals

Grants for minor works in venues

$1 million in 2022-23

to provide 200 grants of up to $5000 for venues to undertake minor upgrades to cater for live music and other performances

Royal Adelaide Show - live music

$500 000 in 2022-23

to help support the return of live music to the Royal Adelaide Show after a hiatus of 20 years and support local artists and performers who have done it tough during COVID-19

Live Music Mental Health - Support Act

$250 000 in 2021-22

to provide a mental health support service to South Australian musicians, managers, crew and music workers dealing with issues brought on by work restrictions during the pandemic


$8 million over four years

to allow the Fringe to host a headline anchor event each year, provide resources to effectively market the event interstate and overseas and to also support the Fringe’s grant program to continue to support new and emerging artists coming to the event

Arts grants fund

$8 million over four years

to boost funding to artists and arts organisations

Adelaide Film Festival

$2 million over four years

to support the Adelaide Film Festival becoming an annual event