Capital Fringe Festival is One Month Away!

Get ready D.C., Capital Fringe Festival is just around the corner! Audiences will have the chance to engage, contemplate or just let loose with an exciting month of music, art, theatre and dance. Festival tickets will go on sale June 19 – don’t forget to grab a Fringe button!

Fringe Festival Preview Trinidad Stage at the Logan Fringe Arts Space 1358 Florida Ave NE June 22 at 7:30 pm

Get a preview of the Fringe Festival! A variety of the productions offer up snippets of their work to entice you at the Logan Fringe Arts Space. Press are welcome, please RSVP to press@capitalfringe.org in order to reserve seats.

12th Annual Capital Fringe Festival July 6 – 23 July 26 – 30 Festival Extension This year’s Fringe Festival is filling the H Street NE and Trinidad neighborhood with a variety of stories and colors. Come visit the Logan Fringe Arts Space and seven other neighborhood venues to enjoy non-stop theatre, dance, music, art and everything in between! Fringe Festival Passes/Tickets Tickets go on sale June 19 – single tickets are $17 plus a one-time purchase of a Fringe button – currently $5 for a Fringe button then $7 after July 5th. Also available now – multi-show passes that range from $60 to $350.

Tickets, Passes, and Buttons can be purchased through three different methods: •Online at capitalfringe.org •Official Festival Venues (although we recommend buying tickets in advance since many shows sell out) 
 •Call: 866.811.4111 Social Media Follow all of the Capital Fringe activities on social media with #capfringe17 Twitter: @capitalfringe Facebook: Facebook.com/CapitalFringe Snapchat: cfringe7 Instagram: instagram.com/capitalfringe/ Flickr: flickr.com/photos/51857494@N04/sets/

Media Contact: Daniella Burgos, press@capitalfringe.org, 202-695-8221

About Capital Fringe Fringe’s focus is on expanding audiences’ appetites for independent Fringe theatre, music, art and dance. Fringe welcomes independent artists year round, encouraging their creative work by offering them affordable space to make art, congregate and innovate.

For more information, visit capitalfringe.org As a non-profit business Capital Fringe is made possible by: Metobolic Studio, Nora Roberts Foundation, Reveda Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The City Fund, Dallas Morse Coors Foundation, Prince Charitable Trust, Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, Share Fund of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, MARPAT Foundation, DC Public Library Foundation, PNC Bank, Fringe Board of Directors and Fringe individual donors and members.

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