Guelph Fringe Festival
August 10-13, 2023
The Guelph Fringe Festival is excited to return in August 2023. The four-day event will open your eyes to talent you've never seen before. Come to the Royal City for comedy, tragedy, and all manner of soon-to-be-award-winning acts. The Guelph Fringe Festival will follow public health's COVID-19 recommendations.
Guelph Fringe Festival needs volunteers!
Festivals like this run on the power of volunteers. Fill out this form to let us know you would like to help out!
CALL FOR ARTISTS!
The Guelph Fringe Festival is looking for art for our 2023 festival. The selected piece will be used on our website, marketing materials and outreach. The selected artist will receive an honorarium of at least $150.
Select an existing piece from your portfolio, or send some examples of existing work with a written/sketched concept and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be looking for a piece that conveys our themes of variety, creativity, community and inclusivity.
Deadline for submissions is December 15th.
The Guelph Fringe Festival will be performed on the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation of the Anishinaabek (AH-nish-e-nah-bek) Peoples. We recognize this gathering place where we create and perform theatre is home to many past, present, and future First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Our acknowledgement of the land is our declaration of our collective responsibility to this place and its peoples’ histories, rights, and presence. The Guelph Fringe team supports and adds our collective voice to the CALLS TO ACTION by the Truth and Reconciliation Committee on Indian Residential Schools (and other identified sites of trauma) with our commitment to never forget, to hold governments and colonial forces to account, and to seek accountability and healing for injustice.