The 41st Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival: Destination Fringe
August 11 – 21, 2022 in the heart of Old Strathcona
Tickets & passes on sale August 3, 2022 at 12Noon
We can’t wait to Fringe with you this summer!
With 27 venues and more than 160 shows featuring artists from around the world, we are North America’s largest, longest-running Fringe Theatre Festival and we are so excited to make our mindful return this summer.
Any which way you fringe, one thing’s for certain: it’s always an adventure. Experienced travelers and first-time wanderers are invited to journey into the unknown with us as the 41st Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival returns to the heart of Old Strathcona August 11 – 21. Grab your backpack, Festival Guide, tickets, walking shoes, and best fringing pals. It’s Destination Fringe!
We’re bringing back all your Fringe favourites including live theatre featuring artists from around the world, outdoor performances, ice-cold beer, green onion cakes, our ATB Golden Ticket contest, unpredictable Albertan summer weather, and so much more!
Edmonton Fringe is possible thanks to the generous support of our funders, donors, and sponsors. Our thanks to Lead Partner and Sponsor ATB for supporting the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival.
Can’t wait till August to get your Fringe fill? In celebration of four decades of expectation-defying entertainment, Fringe Theatre is proud to offer The Fringer’s Almanac: a commemorative print keepsake exploring 40 years of history, stories, performances, beer-tent anecdotes, and so much more. Available for pre-sale now at the Fringe Shop!
The Edmonton Fringe is a proud member of the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals (CAFF). CAFF unites, supports, empowers, and strengthens its 33 member festivals in order to cultivate and foster independent artistic exploration for artists and audiences across North America.
Fringe Theatre is also a proud member of FAME (Festivals and Major Events Canada), an organization which seeks to increase political awareness of the importance of festivals and events in Canada as an economic driver, key export industry, and a sector of future growth and development.