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The Sydney Fringe Festival is the largest independent arts festival in New South Wales with over 450 events presented in over 70 venues across Greater Sydney each year.

Each year over the month of September, culture creators from all over the city join forces with us to share Sydney’s stories presenting new work from all genres. Outside of festival time we activate unused space creating new cultural infrastructure and precincts.

September 1-30, 2022

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The Sydney Fringe acknowledges the Gadigal of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of this land. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.

Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.

Fringe HQ

Located in the heart of Newtown, Fringe HQ provides vital open access, subsidised space for local, independent artists to develop and present exciting, innovative new work.

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Leadership & Advocacy

The Sydney Fringe is Sydney’s leader in addressing prohibitive issues facing local independent artists and venues. We advocate, activate and agitate for reform. Join us.

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For Artists and Venues

As an open access festival our program is curated by our artists. Discover ways you can participate as an artist or venue.

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Throw us a line to support the next generation of Sydney’s culture creators and together we can build a vibrant night life to be proud of.

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Join us in investing in Sydney’s cultural life and be part of the city’s most diverse and vibrant cultural offering.

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YEAR ROUND SUPPORT

Providing space for artists and Fringe experiences for audiences isn’t just for September. Discover how Sydney Fringe is supporting the local, independent creative sector.

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ON THE FRINGE PODCAST

Pieces of audio art and conversations, with music, performance, and culture makers from across Sydney. Offering an insight into the creative mind and why a vibrant arts culture is so important.

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