Minnesota Fringe Festival
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning some weekend fun! This Thursday, we welcome in a new month with a celebration of art in the Twin Cities.
The Minnesota Fringe Festival kicks off its 20th anniversary season Thursday in Minneapolis. The performing arts festival runs 11 days at 16 venues. This year’s Fringe features 176 different shows presenting nearly 900 performances, ranging from comedy to drama to musicals.
This weekend and next, you have a chance to see 165 shows in 15 venues at Minnesota’s Fringe Festival.
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning your weekend. There are plenty of events going on this weekend, everything from places to enjoy art to a spot to take your family pet.
The Minnesota Fringe Festival opens Thursday for its 19th year of offering theater-goers a smorgasbord of comedy, drama and musicals.
With more than 165 productions over the course of 11 days and 18 stages, it’s quite a lot to take in. For those who have yet to partake in this wonderful, annual event, it can certainly be a bit intimidating.
From sculptures and theater performances to an all-night festival (the area’s first!), we round up the best art exhibitions and events of the season.
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