The Denver Fringe Festival is back for its second year June 24-27 as a hybrid festival with both live performances at indoor and outdoor venues in Five Points/RiNo Art District as well as live-streaming and pre-recorded shows.
Named “Best New Festival” in Westword’s 2021 Best of Denver listing, the Denver Fringe Festival features a variety of performing arts including original theatre, comedy, circus, magic, immersive and more.
This year’s festival has expanded to include a KidsFringe with family-friendly performances and free workshops for kids all day Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27 at the Zabiti Circus Wagon.
Ticket prices are just $15 for most shows, and most kids shows are free. “A central part of our mission is to make the arts more accessible for all,” says Ann Sabbah, Executive Director. “We make it possible for artists to get new work in front of audiences, and for people to experience an array of fresh, original work over the course of the festival.”
Tickets available now on the Denver Fringe website at denverfringe.org.
ABOUT DENVER FRINGE:
The Denver Fringe Festival is an annual festival created to bring fringe performance – original, innovative and experimental – to creative venues at an affordable price. We believe in the power of live performance and that bringing artists and audiences together cultivates community. The Fringe festival model is designed to support all genres of performance arts and to attract bold, progressive artistry that is on the fringes of the mainstream theatre tradition.