Here is everything you want to know about ticketing at Winter Mini-Fest and then some
Tickets are available on this website as well as festival box offices during the event.
The Orlando Fringe Box Office is open during the festival beginning one hour before the first performance of the day.
All tickets are $15. There is a $1.25 fee added to each ticket that goes directly to the ticketing company. Artists will keep 100% of the base ticket price.
Cash and credit cards are accepted at the box office.
Artists determine the length of their shows. Most Fringe shows are 60 minutes long. No show exceeds 90 minutes.
The schedule is very tight and we need to start every performance on time. We recommend arriving at least 20 minutes before your show starts to avoid missing it and being sad. Patrons who arrive after the doors have shut and the performance has begun will not be admitted, and will not be issued a refund. We know you will be upset, but the integrity of the performance is important. Besides, you still supported an artist so you should feel good about that.
All ticket sales are final.
No exchanges or refunds unless the show is canceled by the performer.
Rounding is cool! When you purchase your tickets, you have the option to round your total to the nearest dollar and donate that amount to Orlando Fringe. Every penny counts so thank you!
Shows may sell out in advance so it is best to purchase your tickets early for any shows that you must-see.
You can present either printed or emailed tickets for admission to a performance.
You may purchase tickets on this website.
If you have a 5-Pack, you can redeem your tickets on our website or at our box office inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center.
All Fringe-managed venues are fully accessible; however, some site-specific venues have limited wheelchair access. For detailed venue accessibility information, please visit our accessibility page
Our festival is accessible and inclusive and we leave it up to parents with small children to read the program and show descriptions. We like to say that Fringe has shows rated G to OMG. Orlando Fringe does not dictate or set ratings for individual shows. The ratings and warnings are set by individual performers. We do not censor or jury any of their content.
Be sure to check out Kids Fringe on the Saturday of the festival activities geared toward the little Fringe fans.
Children 12 years old and under are not required to have a festival button, but they must have a ticket.
Babies in arms are permitted, but we ask that you be respectful of the artist and other patrons and leave the theatre should your baby begin to cause a disturbance. We are sorry but readmission to the theatre will not be allowed once you exit and a refund cannot be made.
Shows are rated all ages, 7+, 13+, and 18+.
We do not offer ticket exchanges.