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Fringe World Festival 2019
An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until February 17, 2019
FRINGE WORLD is a summer celebration held in Perth and Western Australia each year.
It’s the largest annual event in WA and the third largest Fringe in the world. The 2019 FRINGE WORLD Festival will run for 31 days from 18 January to 17 February.
The program of events is all about variety and offering something for absolutely everyone. The line-up includes comedy, circus, free and family entertainment, theatre, visual arts, musicals, dance and cabaret presented by Western Australian artists along with performers from all over the world.
Fringe tickets are great value and the best way to Fringe is to see as many as possible – this is your time to Fringe Binge!
The best place to start your Fringe adventure is The Woodside Pleasure Garden.
Located in the entertainment precinct in Northbridge, The Woodside Pleasure Garden features the biggest variety of shows at the Fringe and is home to the FRINGE WORLD Mermaids.
There’s free street performances every night, visit to experience the balmy outdoor environment and check out a show in a Spiegeltent or circus tent.
The full 2019 program is revealed on 15 November with tickets on sale from this website. Early access and discounts are available for FRINGE WORLD Friends.
We’ve been entertaining the people of Perth with Fringe entertainment since 2011 and we can’t wait to see the city come alive again in 2019!
For more information about FRINGE WORLD including the massive benefits the Festival delivers to the Western Australian community, read our Impact Report.