What is the Fringe? It is a 14-day arts festival that is founded on the concept of being 100% unjuried, uncensored, and accessible.
This year’s Fringe Festival features shows for all ages, even kids, as well as adults-only shows (remember the uncensored part?).
Most shows are priced between $6-$12, and even a few are free.
For all the details, read our Orlando Fringe 2019 preview.
If you’ve been thinking of gifting an annual pass to a local theme park or attraction to a loved one (or yourself), here are some great local Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday deals you should be aware of.
Some deals run the entire weekend, some for one day only. They are marked when they are valid. Black Friday is November 23; Small Business Saturday is November 24; and Cyber Monday is November 26, 2016.
The Orlando Fringe Winter Mini-Fest, a 5-day version of the original Orlando Fringe, returns to Loch Haven Park January 3-7, 2018
This fest will feature a hand-picked selection of award-winning or fan favorites from past Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival and new works hand-selected from other Fringe Festivals around the world.
Are you one of the many sad by the fact that Orlando Fringe only comes once a year? Be sad no more, as the organizers are proud to announce a new Winter Mini-Fest that will take place in January 2017.
According to the official Orlando Fringe Facebook page, this year’s event broke both attendance and artist payment records.
The 25th annual festival, that ran from May 18-30 at Orlando’s Loch Haven Park, distributed 52,279 tickets [up from 42,265 in 2015]; provided $424,446 in artist payments [up from $371,153]; drew 9,500 to Kids Fringe; and sold 32 pieces of Visual Fringe.
Ivanhoe Village and Mills 50 districts are partnering together for a 4x4xFringe Pub Crawl on May 13 that will benefit both districts and the Orlando Fringe.
A $10 wristband get you admission and drink specials at Wally’s, Will’s Pub, BART and The Peacock Room in Mills 50 and The Matador, Hideaway, Hammered Lamb and Savoy in Ivanhoe Village.
You also get free transport via O-Cartz with your wristband, and entertainment provided by Orlando Fringe at each stop.
Buy a $10 wristband at Wally’s in Mills 50 or The Imperial in Ivanhoe Village.