University Of Adelaide Open Night 2015

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University Of Adelaide Open Night 2015 says
Get your first taste of uni life at our Open Night!

Held on our beautiful North Terrace campus, it’s your opportunity to talk to current students and staff about what uni is like - with the bonus of some great music.

Open Night is a free, all-ages (and alcohol-free) event - we expect interest to be high and suggest reserving your place by pre-registering via our website:

Who’s playing?

Tkay Maidza
George Maple
Cats DJs


Open Night will be held between 5pm and 10pm on Thursday, 10 December at our North Terrace campus.

Entry is free - but we reached a capacity crowd last year. To avoid disappointment, pre-register now to guarantee your entry before 7pm on the night.

There’s two types of tickets:

- High school students (including school leavers); high school ticket holders must present their high school ID card on entry

- General public

Register via our website:

Also, for high school students: you can Rock With TKay and Roll With Uber!

Preregister for your high school ticket before Tuesday 8 December and you’ll go in the draw to win 1 of 3 backstage passes to meet headliner Tkay Maidza at Open Night and a free Uber ride for you and a friend to Open Night.


Get your phones out! Share your Open Night experience with lots of pics and vids, plus have the chance to win nice things!


Snap us at @uniofadelaide and watch out for our snaps on the night; we’ll be doing giveaways and exclusive glimpses of what’s happening behind-the-scenes


We’re at @uniofadelaide and the official Open Night hashtag is #UAOpenNight: use that to go in our competition to win a double pass to Laneway or one of five super comfy uni hoodies. Full details on our website:

Plus: head to the FunSnapMe stall on the Barr Smith Lawns to get FREE printouts of your #UAOpenNight Insta pics.

Free Wi-Fi

We have free Wi-Fi! Just search for the ‘UAOpenNight’ network when you arrive (no password required)
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By: The University of Adelaide