Music & Film

12th Annual Capital Fringe Festival

Capital Fringe Festival begins July 6, giving audiences the chance to engage, contemplate or just let loose with an exciting month of music, art, theatre and dance. 

12th Annual Capital Fringe Festival
July 6 – 23July 26 – 30 Festival Extension 
This year’s Fringe Festival is filling the H Street NE and Trinidad neighborhood with a variety of stories and colors. Come visit the Logan Fringe Arts Space and seven other neighborhood venues to enjoy non-stop theatre, dance, music, art and everything in between!

Tickets 
Single tickets are $17 plus a one-time purchase of a Fringe button  – currently $5 but after July 6 they are $7 a button.

FREE Capital Fringe Festival Events

Akua Allrich – Downtown DC Live 
July 6 at 12pm

Franklin Park 1332 I Street NW

Fringe Festival Opening Night: DJ Matthew Law 
July 6, 9pm to 2am
Logan Fringe Arts Space

Music in the Courtyard
July 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23 – 11am to 5pm

Logan Fringe Arts Space

Taurus Mateen – Downtown DC Live  
July 13 at 12 pm
Franklin Park 1332 I Street NW

Fringe DJ Series: DJ Mathias 
July 19, 11pm to 2am
Logan Fringe Arts Space

Titus Andronicus presented by Shakespeare in the Pub
July 20, 7pm

Logan Fringe Arts Space

Fringe DJ Series: DJ Keenan
July 20, 11pm to 2am

Logan Fringe Arts Space

Fringe DC Series: DJ Mistress Mambo
July 21, 11pm to 2am

Logan Fringe Arts Space

Capital Fringe Festival Audience Awards + Closing Night Party
July 24, 7:30 pm to 2am
Logan Fringe Arts Space

Voted on by the audience honoring the best in drama, comedy, dance, musical and physical theatre.  Two awards will be presented to those making a difference in the DC independent art scene: Most Inspired and the Community Connector.

HOME – visual art exhibit
June 29 – July 30
Logan Fringe Arts Space
HOME is curated by local DC artist Sheldon Scott, and will feature works from regional, national and international artists. This multimedia exhibit revolves around the concept of “home” – how it is made and how it is found during times of gentrification, environmental instability, and policy changes. The works are particularly timely today as we continue to be challenged to preserve and create a space for those who suffer as a result of these challenges.

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