Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Capital Fringe Festival Starts This Week July 14-17 & 21-24 in Georgetown DC

From our friends at Capital Fringe...

Capital Fringe Festival Starts This Week July 14-17 & 21-24 in Georgetown DC

The Fringe Festival is back! Fringe has partnered with the Georgetown BID, Jamestown LP, and Citizen M to host a culturally valued event in the Georgetown neighborhood that is accessible, fun, and delivers attainable space and unjuried earning opportunities for performing artists. Tickets for the Capital Fringe Festival are on sale and are $15 for each performance!

Each theatre is built and designed by local DMV theatre technical staff in vacant retail space throughout Georgetown Park on M Street NW and is set at 51 seats and named after DC’s path to statehood. Over 250 theatre artists are performing, with themes reflecting on what is happening in our world today. Fringe will also host a free performance series at our outdoor Festival Bar Sandlot – Georgetown. There will be eight days of performances, Thur-Fri 5 pm to 11pm; Sat-Sun Noon to 11pm.

COVID protocols will be in place; for more information, please click here.
Key Capital Fringe Festival Dates:
July 14-17 and July 21-24: Thur-Fri 5 pm to Midnight; Sat-Sun Noon to Midnight
Festival Venues:
23rd Amendment Stage - 3270 M St NW
Home Rule Stage - 3270 M St NW
Representation Stage - 3270 M St NW
W. Washington Stage - 3222 M St NW
3 Stars Stage - 3270 M St NW
Whatsoever Stage - Cross the canal from M & 33rd St, look right and follow the pink flags
Festival Bar – Sandlot Georgetown:
2715 Pennsylvania Ave NW (5-7 minute walk from Georgetown Park)
$10 Statehood Cocktail; Rotating Food Trucks
Thur-Fri 4pm – 10pm; Sat and Sun 2pm -10pm 

Social Media:
Follow the 2022 Capital Fringe Festival on social media with #capfringe22
Twitter: @capitalfringe

About the Capital Fringe Festival:
Fringe strives to celebrate cultural democracy and art for everyone. By embracing diversity and a spirit of independence, we create earning opportunities for individual artists. Our aim is to challenge perceptions, shake up the hierarchy, be brave and unafraid, and serve as a platform for artists. For more information, visit

Fringe is supported by DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH), Virginia Cretella Mars Foundation, Greater Washington Community Foundation, Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment (OCTFME), Reveda Foundation, Prince Charitable Trust, Share Fund, Dallas Morse Coors Foundation for the Performing Arts, Nora Roberts Foundation, Max & Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Southwest Community Foundation, Southwest Business Improvement District, Georgetown Business Improvement District, Jamestown LP, Citizen M, Fringe board and individual donors.