The FW Fringe is an annual Fringe Festival co-produced by Texas Nonprofit Theatres and the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. Featuring a variety of different acts ranging from lesser produced theatre, dance, storytelling, puppetry, poetry, and more; the FW Fringe welcomes performers from all over the state of Texas and beyond.
The 2019 FW Fringe will take place September 6th – 8th, 2019 at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
1300 Gendy St, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Information, including application forms, hotel information, and ad rates for out program will be posted here as they become available.
How to Fest
Purchasing tickets and passes:
Ticket links can be found under the section for each show. Individual tickets are $10, 100% of which goes to the artists.
Passes are also available in 2, 5, 7, 10, and All Festival varieties.
All Festival Pass – $70
10 Show Pass – $50
7 Show Pass – $42
5 Show Pass – $35
2 Show Pass – $15
Visit the link below to purchase passes for the 2019 FW Fringe.
Learn About FW Fringe Buttons
Every ticket purchased at the FW Fringe comes with an FW Fringe button. These buttons can be taken to our FW Fringe Button Sponsors. Local businesses that have agreed to offer a discount to anyone who visits their business during the duration of the Fringe. To learn about our button sponsors, click on the button below.
Where can I stay?
Coming from out of town? Here are some of the hotels you can find near the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
Once You’re There
Parking can be found across the street from the Fort Worth Community Arts Center in the Will Rogers West Parking lot. Parking is paid, with the cost capping at $10.
Additional parking is available at the Western Heritage Parking Garage, directly next door to the FWCAC. Parking is paid, with the cost capping at $11.50.
Picking up tickets:
Once you’re in the building, you’ll go to the Sanders Theatre lobby. Find the FW Fringe box office table to pick up your tickets, program and FW Fringe button.
THERE IS NO LATE SEATING:
Because of the layout of the two performance spaces, late seating would cause distraction to both the audience and the performers. Because of this, there is absolutely no late seating. Please arrive at the theatre at least 15 – 30 minutes before your show time to allow time for parking and picking up tickets.
When performance time comes:
When it’s time for each performance, ushers will open the doors and collect your tickets. In The Vault, the ushers will guide you down to the performance space as soon as the last performance in the space ends.
After the performance:
Ushers will guide you out of the performance space so that the next performing company may begin their setup. If you would like to visit with the performers after the show, please meet in the Sanders lobby.
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