Fringe ArtSpace in downtown Orlando continues its commitment to the Orlando arts with a February full of events and performances.
Orlando Fringe has announced the all-star lineup for its recurring 4-day winter festival FESTN4 (formerly known as Winter Mini-Fest) returning to Fringe ArtSpace January 11-14, 2024.
The Tuesday following Black Friday is designated as Giving Tuesday, which is a movement that encourages people to help others through donations of money and time.
Even $1-$5 will help, when multiplied by others giving, and some donations will be matched when made today.
If you don’t have a specific cause in mind, may we suggest the following organizations we feel do a lot of good in Central Florida:
The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival will present its 32nd festival May 16-29, 2022, in Orlando’s Loch Haven Park and nearby venues.
Orlando Fringe is a 14-day immersive cultural experience featuring over 2,000 ticketed performances spanning every genre imaginable, such as dance, spoken word, musicals, comedy and much more.
Orlando Fringe’s Fringe Artspace will host performances of “Middletown” February 17 thru March 5, 2023.
Orlando Fringe will be hosting its 7th annual Winter Mini-Fest January 12-15, 2023, and will kick it off with a party in its new space on Church St.
The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival will present its 31st festival May 17-30, 2022, in Orlando’s Loch Haven Park and nearby venues.
After two years of smaller or online-only festivals, Orlando Fringe is returning with a full roster of acts, with artists coming from 20 states and five countries. There are also some new venues, amenities, and more.
Here are the basics you need to know about this year’s event:
Orlando Fringe wrapped up its 2021 festival on Monday, and announced this year’s award winners during the closing festival. It also released details on the new DigiFringe virtual companion festival, which runs June 4-18, 2021.