Fringe Opening Night Party 2018!

events & workshops · hollywood fringe festival · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · 240 mins · United States of America

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 | 6:30 PM
LGBT CENTER | 1125 N McCadden Pl

Come to the biggest event of the Fringe season: the Opening Night Party at LGBT Center (1125 N McCadden Pl). Entrance requires a Fringe Button (more on that below!)

VIP Party PASS:
Want to get into the party early and enjoy some special perks? Buy a TodayTix VIP Ticket online for early access to the fun (link at the end of the page).

Special Perks include:
- Early 5:00 pm entry into the party
- “Fast-pass” style entry (even if you show up late, you don’t have to wait!)
- A drink ticket good for any drink ticket at the bar
- Special photo OP at the HFF Step & Repeat with our photographer
- An official HFF button that can be used for discounts festival long
- Special guest speaker, live performance and more!

All proceeds go directly back to The Hollywood Fringe, So … if you’re a Fringe artist or supporter of LA theater, YOU!

FRINGE BUTTONS:
Buttons will also be available for purchase at the door, but we advise you to purchase in advance. Buttons are $5 for the general public, but $3 for Fringe participants. Buy a button online & pick it up at any upcoming Fringe Workshop, Office Hour or #diningaboutfringe event. Primary contacts for shows receive one button for free!

WHO CAN COME:
Friends and family are welcome to attend all Fringe events with the purchase of a button, but must be at least 18 years of age and 21+ with valid ID to consume alcohol. (Fringe Awards is all ages).

LET’S FRINGE!

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