The Project is moving to Adelaide for a week in March, showcasing the city to a national audience.
Network Ten and Roving Enterprises will bring The Project to Adelaide from Monday, 7 March to Friday, 11 March for the “Mad March” festival period.
South Australian Tourism Minister, Leon Bignell said: “The entire nation will have an insider’s view of our incredible city when The Project takes Australia’s festival capital to the rest of the country.
“With the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Adelaide Festival and WOMADelaide on at this time it is the perfect opportunity for hosts Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar to be here.
“The rest of the country will be able to see why South Australia was recently named the Best Event State in the nation,” he added.
Adelaide Oval will be home to The Project hosts Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar, who will be broadcasting live in front of a studio audience.
The Project host Carrie Bickmore said: “Adelaide knows how to put on a show for locals and visitors alike. I love coming to Adelaide in March. Year in year out, there is such a buzz in the city with just so much going on. I’m thrilled that we can bring the show to Adelaide for an entire week, and to spend some down time on Glenelg beach”.
The Project airs 6: 36.30pm Weeknights On Ten.