Thu 24 June - Sun 01 August
Mon - Thu 10am - 9pm
Fri 10am - 10pm*
Sat 9am - 10pm*
Sun 9am - 6pm
*until midnight 16 July, 17 July, 23 July, 24 July, 30 July and 31 July
Allow 60 mins
Grand Pavilion, 88 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide
Adult From $35.00
Concession From $32.00
*Child (junior) 5 - 12 years From $20.00
*Child (youth) 13-17 years From $27.00
*Family (2 adults + 2 children, 1 adult + 3 children) From $95.00
Student From $32.00
Group 8+ From $32.00 per person
*Children 0 - 4 years Free
School prices School group discounts ($20 per student with two adults at $20 each and additional adults at the full adult price) are available Mon-Thu for the 10am, 1pm and 2pm sessions (within the school term).
*These ticket price types are not available for sessions from 5pm each day.
Ticket prices may fluctuate based on demand.
Masks may be required for this event. More information will be provided closer to June.
Companion Card booking info can be found here.
Group 8+ and Schools info can be found here.
Transaction fees apply.
Need a hand booking? Visit the Ticketek help desk here.
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The life and legacy of Vincent van Gogh comes leaping off the canvas in this multi-sensory tribute to one of Western art’s greatest names.
131 years after his death, Van Gogh Alive turns the art world on its head, using the latest audio-visual technology to transport the viewers inside Van Gogh’s greatest masterpieces. From swirling night skies to the eye-popping yellows of his iconic sunflowers, Van Gogh Alive uses giant screens, a rich classical score and over 3,000 images to create an immersive experience tracing the story of Van Gogh’s final decade and its prolific, tragic crescendo.
In a world-first, the internationally acclaimed Van Gogh Alive will be housed in The Grand Pavilion, a specially designed and constructed 20,000 square foot immersive gallery.
The creation of Australian company, Grande Experiences, this international sensation has toured more than 60 cities around the world and comes to Adelaide after a blockbuster Sydney season.
Produced by Andrew Kay in association with BBC Studios and Fane