The festival took place May 16-29
Fringe expands to 14 days with The Opening Ceremony and the Teaser show on Tuesday and shows beginning on Wednesday. 
Theme of the year was “Stay Curious” with the tagline of “If You Don’t Go, You’ll Never Know”
The Orlando Fringe hosted a record-breaking 166 ticketed shows (over 950 performances) and was able to provide $452,641 in artist payouts over the run of the 14-day event which attracted 70,400 attendees from as far away as Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. 
Kids Fringe brought in over 9,500 parents and children and moved to a new location behind the Orlando Fire Museum.
Junior Achievement was added as a new venue (White)
Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park was added as a BYOV location.
Ticket prices were raised to a maximum of $12.
Over $3,500 was returned to the schools through Fringe Teens ticket sales.
Orlando Fringe presented the Chad C. Cronon Memorial Scholarship to Carrli C. Cooper from West Orange High School and Fringe Teen Scholarships were given to Forrest Keith Stringfellow of Spruce Creek High School and Lauren Nicole Koval of University High School.