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Types of Tickets and How They Work

Fringe Festival tickets are cheap and easy. You can buy a single show ticket for $8, a six-show pass for $40, or an all-access pass for $99. Every Festival goer also needs to buy a Fringe button for $3 big bucks. It is required to go to any Fringe show (except free events) at any venue.

Online Ticket Sales are Now Closed

Fringe tickets and passes are honored at all venues, all are general admission seating and all are first-come, first-serve. One Fringe ticket will get you into any one Fringe show. That means there are not specific tickets for specific shows.

KIDS: Children 2 and under are free. All other ages are same price as adult tickets.

Note: Some BYOVs have higher "at the door" ticket prices. If you show up to the door with a Fringe ticket, they must honor it (as long as the show is not sold out) and cannot charge you more.

Fringe Button - $3

  • Required to go to any Fringe show (except free shows). Available for purchase online, at Mardi Gras Zone, at the Central Box Office, and at all venues.

Single Show Ticket - $8

  • Available for purchase online, at Mardi Gras Zone, at the Central Box Office, and at Fringe-managed venues.

Six-Show Pass - $40

  • Available for purchase online, at Mardi Gras Zone, at the Central Box Office, and at Fringe-managed venues. Cannot be shared.

All-Access Pass - $99

  • New! Gets you into any Fringe show. Includes a Fringe poster and button. Non-transferable (only one person can use it throughout the Festival). Available for purchase online and at the Central Box Office.

NOTE: If you purchased tickets online, you can pick them up at will call at the Central Box in Architect Alley (behind Mardi Gras Zone). Bring your PayPal receipt and ID.

Our Sponsors

fringe sponsors

Fringe is supported by a SEED grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. This program is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council.  This program is supported in part by a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans. The grant is administered through the Arts Council of New Orleans.

 

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