A man playing guitar in the centre of Rundle Mall with people watching

Buskers in Rundle Mall

On any given day, come rain or shine, Rundle Mall comes alive with the sights and sounds of talented musicians and performers.

From veteran entertainers who know how to draw a crowd to up-and-comers looking for their big break, you can expect world-class performances without the entrance fee every day in Rundle Mall. If you love what you see, don’t forget to say “Thank you!” for the performance with a small donation.

There is no schedule for the buskers, they simply turn up, set up and play!

If you’re interested in becoming a busker in Rundle Mall, all you need to do is apply for a permit through the City of Adelaide.

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