Fringe Fest - The First of Its Kind in Jersey
August 5th - 7th, Hammonton, NJ
By Alex Bradley
The first ever New Jersey Fringe Festival is set to happen in downtown Hammonton with upwards of over a dozen different cutting-edge productions roaming around the town, encompassing theater, dance, and more.
New Jersey’s Fringe Fest will be held from Friday, August 5th, to Sunday, August 7th, in the downtown district of Hammonton, New Jersey. The festival will have 15 theatrical, unique performances, all within walking distance of the festival’s box office, Eagle Theatre — located at 208 Vine Street. The acts will be performed multiple times throughout the days, at a variety of locations. Access to the festival grounds is free and open to the public. If you want to attend the first Fringe Fest, you’re able to purchase tickets in advance on the event’s website; or even the day of / on sight. Single day passes for either Friday, Saturday, or Sunday are available, as well as weekend passes.
The New Jersey Fringe Fest is produced by Eagle Theatre and sponsored by 1 Trick Pony, Stockton College - Kramer Hall, The Noyes Museum of Art, Spellcaster Productions, The mART, Grandaire Booking, and Kramer Beverage.
Hammonton has strategically partnered with local businesses to provide a unique and social experience for those attending. The non-stop outdoor happening will fill the streets with performers, musicians, artists, interactive exploratory art experiences, food vendors, and a craft beer and wine garden!
About the Writer
Alex Bradley is a student at Camden County College. For years she has been attending local shows and much larger concerts. At only 18-years-old, with a passion for music and all things included, she has been consistently booking performances under Grandaire Booking, both around Hammonton, NJ and also at Coffee Works Too. With years of experience under her belt already of being involved in the local music scene, Alex is beginning to book her own shows independently as well as writing about her experiences and adding music journalism to her repertoire.