Feast Festival would not be possible without our Government Partners & Sponsors. Thank you to our valued partners in 2023 for your support of Adelaide’s LGBTQIA+ community and your commitment to inclusivity & Diversity.


Arts South Australia

Arts South Australia aims to promote the growth and development of the arts sector in the state by providing advice to the government about arts policies and strategies. They encourage cultural and creative industries by providing financial support to individual artists, arts organisations, and events. The Arts and Culture Plan South Australia 2019-2024 strives to promote the role of arts and culture in enriching the lives of South Australians, and empower South Australian artists.

Adelaide Economic Development Agency

The Adelaide Economic Development Agency has a focus on business growth, investment attraction, growing the visitor economy, residential growth, marketing the city as a whole, and promoting Rundle Mall as Adelaide’s premier shopping destination. On behalf of the City of Adelaide, AEDA invests in an annual calendar of events and festivals, including Feast Festival which brings a vibrant celebration of pride and diversity to the city. Investment also drives visitation, spending, and support for local businesses as well as increasing the profile of the city as a tourist destination.

City of Adelaide

The City of Adelaide is committed to making the city a welcoming and inclusive place for all people to enjoy. As South Australia’s Capital City Council, the City of Adelaide is continually working toward demonstrating best practice in access and inclusion.

The City of Adelaide recognises the importance of a connected community and the sense of well-being it creates and supports the Feast Festival in its endeavour to bring together community through its 80+ events and celebrations.

Tourism SA

The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is proud to continue its more than 20 years of support for the Feast Festival.

As the state’s tourism agency, the SATC is responsible for promoting South Australia as a compelling tourism destination. It is focused on marketing South Australia to national and international markets and bringing new and exciting events, festivals and conferences to the state. Tourism is an important driver of the state’s economy and the SATC has a bold ambition, targeting $12.8 billion in visitor spend and generating 16,000 additional jobs by 2030.

Events and festivals play an essential role in the South Australian visitor economy. Events help showcase the personality of a region, build community pride and social connections, and are important drivers of visitation and economic development. The Feast Festival is a great example of this in action.

Last year’s Feast Festival attracted more than 32,000 people over 23 days, helping support local businesses by driving visitation and expenditure in Adelaide.

Feast Festival 2023 is supported through the SATC’s Regional Event Fund, which aims to strengthen the state’s events calendar to help drive increased visitation and economic stimulus to the economy.

Major Partners

Credit Union SA

Credit Union SA was founded over 60 years ago to help South Australians thrive by creating a fairer, smarter, more human alternative to traditional banks. Credit Union SA don’t invest in businesses who support the fossil fuel industry, gambling, weapons, or tobacco industries. They do, however, support immediate action to reduce climate change. Credit Union SA strives to give the community the best banking experience possible.

Bowden Print Group

Bowden Print Group is a reputable and innovative printing company with a strong presence in the printing industry. Founded with a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, Bowden Print Group has consistently delivered exceptional printing solutions since its inception in 1935 as a family owned business.

Our comprehensive range of services includes offset printing, digital printing, large format printing, merchandise and more. With state-of-the-art printing technology and a team of skilled professionals, we can handle a wide variety of printing projects.

We believe in sustainable business. A business that puts the sustainability of the environment and its community first is a business that will thrive. In July 2009, Bowden Print Group became the first Australian company in the printing industry to join the UN Global Compact. As a South Australian
business with a social conscience, we have promised to actively participate in solving global societal problems such as labour, human rights, environment, and anti-corruption.

Our association with Feast Festival since 2017 supports an unwavering commitment to supporting the LGBTQIA+ community and for Bowden Print Group to become a shining example of how inclusivity can drive growth and positive change. By fostering an environment of acceptance and equality, we will gain trust and loyalty from a diverse client base and create a talented and diverse workforce.

Our goal is to contribute to a more inclusive and equitable society.

SA Power Networks

SA Power Networks is a leader in delivering energy services, building, maintaining, and upgrading the poles, wires, and substations that deliver power to homes and businesses across South Australia.

 SA Power Networks is dedicated to fostering inclusivity and diversity, and we are thrilled to proudly support the Feast Festival. Our partnership with Feast Festival goes beyond just sponsorship; it’s about making a tangible impact on the lives of the LGBTIQ+ community. We firmly believe in promoting inclusion and diversity, not only externally but also within our organisation through various internal initiatives.

 Our commitment extends further by actively contributing to the accessibility of Feast festival events, ensuring that they are financially accessible to a wider audience. We want to maximise community involvement and social inclusion, fostering a sense of pride, community identity, celebration, and cultural diversity.

 SA Power Networks actively supports the broader South Australian community through our Community Partnerships and Community Grants. These initiatives aim to enhance community safety, boost South Australia’s sustainability efforts, and foster innovation for future growth, all while prioritising our customers and the community’s well-being.



SAMESH was created in 2015 with a partnership between SHINE SA and Thorne Harbour Health to provide South Australians of all cultural backgrounds and gender experiences with information, education, and programs to enhance their sexual health and wellbeing. Their aim is to lead the country with health promotion, community mobilisation, and engagement to provide peer education and community development.

Woolworths Group

Woolworths Group is Australia’s largest retailer with over 190,000 team members in Australia and New Zealand who provide customers with exceptional service, products, and price. Woolworths Group believes their people are at the heart of their business and they are committed to making sure it is a great place to work. They aim to create better experiences together for a better tomorrow.

Supporting Partners


At EY, our purpose is Building a better working world.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness are core to who we are, how we work, and live our values. We hold a collective commitment to drive an environment where all differences are valued, and everyone feels a sense of belonging.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness for us is not only a social responsibility – it’s a business imperative. Diversity drives innovation, promoting creativity and more innovative solutions to problems. We acknowledge that nurturing diversity is essential to our future success: our people deserve it, our clients demand it, and society expects it.

Unity is EY’s global network for LGBTIAQ+ people and their allies. At EY, we want to create an environment where individual differences are celebrated, and our people are supported to achieve their full personal potential while meeting the ever-changing needs of our clients.

At EY Adelaide, we value the important contribution that Feast makes to the South Australian LGBTIAQ+ and ally communities, advocating, supporting, and celebrating all things Queer. So, it is only natural that EY Adelaide proudly supports Feast: we’re building a better working world, together.


Founded in 1964, ECH is a highly respected and trusted ageing care services provider in South Australia. ‘ECH is one of the largest not-for-profit providers of integrated retirement living accommodation and ageing care services’ enabling the elderly to live independently at home. ECH is devoted to being inclusive of both clients and staff and is constantly growing their services to reach diverse social groups including culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD), LGBTQIA+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, people living with a disability, and people from all different religious backgrounds.

Creative Partner

EnvyUs Design

EnvyUs Design was founded in 2004 and aims to ‘create compelling and strategic visual communication solutions’ for clients. They have a strong graphic design team who help clients develop websites and manage social media. EnvyUs Design has delivered print and digital solutions for many different industries such as the entertainment, education, retail, health, and engineering industries.

Media Partners

Channel 10
Channel 44
Fresh FM

If you would love to talk to us about joining our family of sponsors for 2024 and beyond please email with an intro to your business and your sponsorship goals. We are excited to work with you!


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