The 2013 Orlando International Fringe Festival has returned for another round of unique cultural experiences, May 15 through May 28, throughout Orlando’s Loch Haven Park. The 14-day festival is 100% unjuried, 100% uncensored, 100% accessible theatre, music, dance and art for all. Plus 100% of the ticket sales go directly to the artists. Once you purchase a Fringe button for $9, tickets range from free to $11. Check out the Orlando Fringe Festival schedule.
The Fringe is held in beautiful Loch Haven Park, just north of downtown Orlando, at Princeton St. and Mills Ave. The shows are in various theaters at The Lowndes Shakespeare Center (812 E. Rollins Street), The Orlando REP (1001 E. Princeton Street), and KID’S FRINGE is held at Mennello Museum (900 E. Princeton Street).
For a totally free experience, spend a day on the Grand Green Lawn where you can grab a bite to eat and see live entertainment on the Outdoor Stage. Bring cash for food vendors and the beer tent. Live events being on Thursday, May 16 and run through Sunday, May 26.