HFF24 Opening Night Party Co-Produced with Los Angeles LGBT Center

Events & Workshops · hollywood fringe festival & los angeles lgbt center · Ages 18+ · 360 mins · United States of America

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 | 5:00 PM VIP | 7:00 PM General

Los Angeles LGBT CENTER | 1125 N McCadden Pl


Come to the biggest event of the Fringe season: The Hollywood Fringe Festival’s 2024 Opening Night Party at the Los Angeles LGBT Center (1125 N McCadden Pl).


VIP passes are available for $25 until Monday, June 10 at 9 pm  ($30 VIP passes will be available for purchase at the door)


General Admission entry (starting at 7 pm) is FREE with the purchase of a button – purchase your button here and then reserve your ticket! Participants on registered projects receive discounted buttons (only $3); primary contacts on registered projects receive one free button and the button has already been added to your Fringe account! Make sure you get your free ticket by selecting the “use your Fringe Button” option at the top of the ticketing page.


Be the first to celebrate the opening of #hff24! Dress for the red carpet!! Friends, family, and fans are welcome to attend, but must be at least 18 years of age and 21+ with a valid ID to consume alcohol.



5 pm – VIP Early Access

Enjoy some special perks


- Get into the party early

- One free drink

- Special guest performance & welcome speeches

- Red carpet photos & interviews


7 pm – The Party Starts!

Celebrate opening night with producers, artists, and festival patrons


- Red carpet photos & interviews (until 8 pm!)

- Food trucks 

- Dance floor & DJ


Come celebrate the hard work that our 2024 producers have put into making their show happen at the Hollywood Fringe! LET’S FRINGE!


Photos by Annie Lesser and Matt Kamimura, taken at the 2018 & 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival Opening Night Party.



The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Cultural Arts department curates and produces an annual calendar of events at our Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center, home to the Renberg Theatre, Davidson/Valentini Theatre, and Advocate & Gochis Galleries. By engaging visual and performing arts to celebrate our community’s stories, Cultural Arts creates moments of joy where LGBTQ+ people gather and thrive. The Center is proud to be a safe cultural destination that welcomes nearly 10,000 community members to over 150 events each year – all produced in collaboration with a diverse network of community partners. Furthermore, 55% of patrons to the Tomlin/Wagner Arts Center are first-time guests to the Center – illustrating that the arts represent an entry point for our community into a larger ecosystem of care. By leveraging the power of storytelling to amplify the Center’s four core service categories (Health, Social Services & Housing, Culture & Education, and Leadership & Advocacy) the Los Angeles LGBT Center is working to shift the arts from “amenity” to “essential.”

Production Team

* Fringe Veteran