Adelaide Film Festival Opening Night Event - Wednesday, 14 October 2020

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Road sign indicating event ahead and the road is closed.

Have your say on a licence application for a temporary closure of Vardon Avenue for the opening night of the Adelaide Film Festival


Project Background and Information

The Adelaide Film Festival is an international film festival held every two years in mid-October for two weeks, in Adelaide. The festival has a strong focus on local South Australian and Australian produced content.

The Adelaide Film Festival is proposing to close Vardon Avenue to create a cocktail style celebration to welcome the return of the Adelaide Film Festival and Australian Cinema to the East End.

The opening night event will run from 8.30 pm to 11.30 pm and will feature speeches from politicians and film stars with VIPs and guests in attendance.


Event details

To facilitate this event, it is proposed that Vardon Avenue between East Terrace and Rundle Street will be closed to vehicle traffic from 4.pm on Wednesday 14 October 2020 to 12:30.am on Thursday 15 October 2020.

From 8:30pm to 11:30pm on Wednesday 14 October 2020 public pedestrian access and egress will be detoured around the event site.

To facilitate the road closures, it is proposed that all the on-street parking spaces on the closed section of the roads will be changed to ‘No Stopping – Tow-Away’ for the duration of the road closures.


See below for further information and how to provide your feedback:

To find out more...To talk to a team member


To provide feedback

Click here to provide feedback online or on the survey tab below.


Consultation closes 5pm, Thursday 8 October 2020.

Have your say on a licence application for a temporary closure of Vardon Avenue for the opening night of the Adelaide Film Festival


Project Background and Information

The Adelaide Film Festival is an international film festival held every two years in mid-October for two weeks, in Adelaide. The festival has a strong focus on local South Australian and Australian produced content.

The Adelaide Film Festival is proposing to close Vardon Avenue to create a cocktail style celebration to welcome the return of the Adelaide Film Festival and Australian Cinema to the East End.

The opening night event will run from 8.30 pm to 11.30 pm and will feature speeches from politicians and film stars with VIPs and guests in attendance.


Event details

To facilitate this event, it is proposed that Vardon Avenue between East Terrace and Rundle Street will be closed to vehicle traffic from 4.pm on Wednesday 14 October 2020 to 12:30.am on Thursday 15 October 2020.

From 8:30pm to 11:30pm on Wednesday 14 October 2020 public pedestrian access and egress will be detoured around the event site.

To facilitate the road closures, it is proposed that all the on-street parking spaces on the closed section of the roads will be changed to ‘No Stopping – Tow-Away’ for the duration of the road closures.


See below for further information and how to provide your feedback:

To find out more...To talk to a team member


To provide feedback

Click here to provide feedback online or on the survey tab below.


Consultation closes 5pm, Thursday 8 October 2020.

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