winter mini-fest

The 7th Annual Orlando Fringe Winter Mini-Fest

January 12-15, 2023

Happy Winter Mini-Fest!

'til the next Fringe Fest!

Join us for our 7th annual Winter Mini-Fest, a 4-day curated theatre festival! Experience the best of past festivals, new works by fan favorites, and brand new artists scouted from the international Fringe circuit.

Winter Mini-Fest Shows


The performances you’ll see at Winter Mini-Fest were chosen to include top artists from national and international stages. Each offers something unique and different to experience.

The fun kicks off at 10am on Saturday Jan 14! Join us for a free concert with Mr. Richard then a $5 performance with the Everglads. We’ll also have craft activities and interactive play!

Visual Fringe Art Market

Art Market

The Visual Fringe Art Market will have artwork for sale and live art demonstrations. There’ll be new artists everyday so don’t miss out!


Thursday, January 12, 2023 - Sunday, January 15, 2023


Thursday, January 12, 2023 - Sunday, January 15, 2023


Fringe ArtSpace - 54 W Church St. Orlando, FL 32801


Fringe ArtSpace - 54 W Church St. Orlando, FL 32801

Get a Button

A button is required if you want to see any ticketed performance. The money earned in button sales helps us to cover operating expenses. Buttons are a one time purchase of $3 and can be used for the duration of this year’s Mini-Fest.

Don't be Late!

Patrons who arrive after the doors have shut and the performance has begun will not be admitted; even if you have purchased a ticket. The uninterrupted integrity of the show is very important to uphold, and we will not issue a refund. Make sure you’re on time!

Want to know more?

For everything from show descriptions to welcome letters, view our full Winter Mini-Fest program.


Parking can be secured in advance at the 55 West Garage on event nights for $11 ParkMobile Downtown Orlando Prepaid Event
Parking is $6 if you arrive between 5pm and 10pm on non-event nights
Patrons can utilize the valet in front of Fringe ArtSpace on Church Street Wednesday through Saturday 6pm-12am.
Recommended garages:
55 West Garage – 60 W Pine Street (fills up fast, secure parking in advance)
Central Boulevard Garage – 53 West Central Blvd
Jefferson Street Garage – 62 West Jefferson Street
Additional Resources:
  • To see a show you need two things: a $3 reusable festival button and a $15 show ticket.

Buttons, which are a one-time purchase, cover our operating costs such as equipment, supplies, lighting, this very website, and more.

The bar will have light snacks. There are also many other fantastic businesses within walking distance. Celebrate being downtown and try something you have never had.

Sign up to help us out by filling out the form On our Volunteer Page or emailing our Volunteer Coordinator at

If you’re unable to find the info you need, please email us at

winter mini-fest is presented by

and sponsored by

our grant sponsors

Grant sponsors help us make the arts approachable for all.

THIS PROJECT IS FUNDED IN PART BY UNITED ARTS OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, ORANGE COUNTY GOVERNMENT THROUGH THE ARTS & CULTURAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM, AND THROUGH the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture and the Florida Council on Arts and the Culture.

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our partners

Working together to support the arts in Central Florida

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Winter Mini-Fest is made possible by the generous contributions of our sponsors and partners.

Presenting Sponsors
Ticketing Partner
Grant Sponsors

land acknowledgement

Orlando Fringe acknowledges that our Festival resides on the traditional homelands and territories of the Seminole, Miccosukee, and Timucua Tribes. We are privileged to create here, and recognize that identifying inequities in our organization and working to change policies will support inclusive artistic expression for all. 

amplifying voices

At Orlando Fringe, we believe in Amplifying Voices.

Our goal is to assure that we are creating and fostering an inclusive, equitable, and collaborative environment, one that promotes participation and openly recruits diverse stories and performances, providing opportunities for underrepresented artists and communities by not only offering a platform for inclusive shows, art, and experiences, but by facilitating and creating opportunities for coaching, mentorship, and scholarships, and by offering any guidance that might help on their artistic journey.

Ultimately, our greatest ambition is that artists and patrons of any background will see themselves represented in the work showcased at the Orlando Fringe Festival as well as all of our year-round events and that we might serve as a model and inspiration to other artists and arts organizations in our own community and around the world.