SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Locals can experience a little of the bizarre and odd during the San Diego International Fringe Festival this season.
From June 6 - 16, the festival will celebrate its seventh year of filling America's Finest City with performances and workshops that showcase the works of local artists.
The festival gives artists a space to express their craft without censorship or restrictions, through performances that include a variety of dance, circus performances, comedy, theater, acting, and storytelling.
And performances are available for all ages. Family Fringe, Emerging Fringe, Visual Fringe, Street Theater, and more will cover a range of talents and skills by those performing.
Tickets for shows and workshop sessions range from free to $10, making the experience that much more affordable. Group show passes can be bought in three-, five- and 10-show increments.
A $5 "Fringe Tag" charge is also required to every ticketed event, to help support the continuation of the festival and artists. For more information on tickets, visit the Fringe Festival's