Pittsburgh Fringe Festival, Pittsburgh’s artist-led performing arts festival, is coming to the Northside this year! The Festival supports adventurous and exploratory performing artists by showcasing their uncensored artistic expression in a professional environment to equally as adventurous audiences and opportunities. The Festival seeks to enhance this connection through performances, continuing education, workshops, discussions, and forums. The venues are unique, and the places that Fringe performances are located benefit as well.
This year, the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival will be held at various venues on the Northside. From Friday, May 8 to Sunday, May 10, you will be able to expect the unexpected and see shows that you would not see on large stages, although they might end up there! View a map of the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival Northside Venues.
Tickets can be purchased at the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival online ticket page You can buy a 5 or 10-pack show voucher, or you can purchase tickets for any individual performance. Tickets will also be available throughout the Festival at Fringe Central. Fringe Central will be located in Arnold’s Tea at 502 East Ohio Street in neighboring Deutschtown.