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The 36th Annual Toronto Fringe Festival Returns in July


Toronto Fringe also launches their 2024 Fundraising Campaignhow to contribute

Toronto Fringe is proud to announce the 36th Annual Toronto Fringe Festival will host 80 shows in ten venues across the city July 3 – 14, 2024, plus KidsFest & Kids Camp at St Volodymyr Institute, and tons of free summer fun at our pop-up Patio at The Tranzac. The full programming and schedule with box office details for Toronto Fringe will be revealed June 5, 2024.   

How you can help the Toronto Fringe Festival

Today, Toronto Fringe has also launched their 2024 Fundraising Campaign. In what has been a challenging period for arts organizations across the country, Toronto Fringe is asking Torontonians to help in three small but significant ways: 

By attending Fringe, and by bringing a friend 
Supporting the festival by making a donation  
Support the future with a monthly donation 
“Everything we do together is in service to the next generation of independent artists,” said Rachel Kennedy, Executive Director, Co-Lead, of the Toronto Fringe. “This year, we are focusing our efforts on these three specific ways that our audiences and supporters can help make an impact on what is both an important career milestone for artists, and a proud summer tradition in Toronto.” 

For theatre makers, dancers, comedians and musicians

Each artist’s story begins with the space to create, to imagine, and to dream. Toronto Fringe is a platform for theatre makers, dancers, comedians and musicians to share their work – and take home 100% of their hard-earned ticket revenues.

By subsidizing the cost of theatre rentals, technicians, box office, and marketing, Toronto Fringe creates this space for artists.

For more information about donating to the Toronto Fringe, supporters can visit: fringetoronto.com/get-involved/donate

What is the Toronto Fringe Festival

Toronto Fringe is a grassroots, charitable organization that runs the Toronto Fringe Festival each July and the Next Stage Theatre Festival each October. Toronto Fringe offers various year-round programs that benefit youth, emerging artists, BIPOC artists, artists with disabilities, and the performing arts community at large. Embedded in Fringe’s operations are the values of Access, Accountability, Creativity, Exploration, and Support. 

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