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 website here.