Adelaide festivals serve as ‘a creative and artistic canvas’ for business events

DSA guests got a backstage experience at the Adelaide Festival Centre.

Destination South Australia wrapped this week with three days of activities highlighting Adelaide’s creative capabilities for business events.

The view from the rooftop venue at Eos at SkyCity.

A welcome event at Eos at SkyCity’s rooftop bar kicked off the itinerary, which also included a very novel lunch in the kitchen of the Adelaide Convention Centre, a gala dinner at the Adelaide Festival Centre and a breakfast at Adelaide Oval followed by trips to nearby regions McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills and Murraylands.

Adelaide Convention Centre executive chef Gavin Roberston gave guests a unique glimpse of the kitchen at the lunch.

Pre-dinner drinks were served on Adelaide Festival Centre’s stage coupled with a performance in the stalls by State Opera South Australia tenor Jiacheng Ding.

Adelaide Convention Bureau CEO Damien Kitto said South Australia’s reputation as the ‘Festival State’ was the perfect backdrop to hold business events.

Thje Adelaide Festival Centre was the prefect showcase of Adelaide’s artistic depth.

“The Fringe Festival and the Adelaide Festival have just come to a close,” he said.

The DSA group kicked off their final day at Adelaide Oval for breakfast.

“This and other festivals and performances provides a creative and artistic canvas that makes a perfect overlay for visiting business events and their delegates.”