Edithburgh Events

Markets, Festivals & Entertainment

The Edithburgh township delights in bringing to the YP community and our city visitors’ fun activities and events to engage and celebrate acclaimed theatre, music, dance and visual arts throughout the year.  These events support community activities whilst applauding both local and national artists in a series of events each year.

Our Markets showcase local produce and wares regularly and are very popular with both locals and visitors alike.

Edithburgh Market

Edithburgh Market

Edithburgh Market is very popular with both local and visitors alike, offering freshly baked goodies, favourites like sausage rolls, jelly cakes, homemade pasties; good old fashion jams and preserves and if you’re lucky you can pick up some freshly baked artisan bread. The Market is located in the Edithburgh Institute with the main hall jammed-packed with old-favourites such as wooden toys and culinary trays, jewellery, knitted jumpers, children’s book pillows, aprons, outdoor cushions; fairy dresses and children’s costumes, you can even buy some doggy treats and apparel.

2021 Market Dates:
March 7th, April 4th, May 9th, June 13th, July 11th, August 8th, Sept 12th, Oct 3rd, Nov 14th & Dec 12th

A Day at the Burg

Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled due to COVID restrictions – some activities will still be held – see the FaceBook page for updates

A Day At The ‘Burgh

A Day At The ‘Burgh, held in Edithburgh each year, is a weekend full of fabulous food, wine and music, using local talent and produce. The main street is closed off and filled with food stalls, performers and displays, as the beer and wine flows!

This year the weekend will see historical town walks, a sausage sizzle at the Museum as well as photographic & art exhibitions, and if that doesn’t excite take a helicopter ride over the beautiful township.

A Day at the ‘Burgh’ 7th November 2021
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Music & Shows

Edithburgh has a top-class events calendar this year.
Each of these fantastic events are popular and successful, in Adelaide Fringe and Cabaret Festivals; around Australia and world-wide.

Enquiries: Rodger Griffiths – edithburgh.events@gmail.com

Saturday November 6

Four Street walks on the half hour

commencing at 11 am

Salt Industry Talk 1.30pm

Shipwreck Talk 2.30pm

Sunday November 7

Museum Open 10am – 4pm

Salt Industry Talk 1.30pm

Shipwreck Talk 2.30pm

November 6 2021
Boogie Men


New Orleans 5-piece band. This powerful band play a distinctive brand of music spanning a wide range of musical styles based on British and American folk, roots and blues. The Band is led by lead singer Steve Brown accompanied by Michael Hutton, David Lloyd, Richard McDonald and Ron Kosmider.


Michael Griffiths at Edithburgh Institute

Date changed to 18th Dec

December 18 2021
Michael Griffiths

Xmas Cabaret

Michael Griffiths singing songs of Cole Porter, Peter Allen, Elton John, Barry Manilow, Abba, Queen….