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The Saskatoon Fringe Aug 1st – 10th
All you need to know before you go.

Photography credit Nicole Stevenson Photography

Outdoor Fringe

Indoor Stages


Digital Program

Outdoor Festival Hours

August 1st – 10th on 11th Street E and W.E Graham Park
Weekdays: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Weekends: Noon – 9:00 PM

PLUS Broadway Days

Expanding onto Broadway Ave between 10th St E and 12th St E.
August 3rd – 5th
Broadway Days hours: Noon – 10:00 PM

Box Office Hours

Located in W.E. Graham Park
Weekdays: 4:00 – 9:00 PM
Weekends: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Fringe Garden

Located in W.E. Graham Park!
Happy Hour: 6:00 – 7:00 PM daily
                    Noon – 2:00 PM on weekends

Getting to the festival

Take a bus

Be green & take a bus to the Festival. Route 8 & 13 serve the Broadway area. Check the City of Saskatoon website for more information.

Bike to the Festival and park with ease!

Our FREE Bike Valet located in W.E. Graham park will store & secure your active mode of transportation so you can enjoy the day. Be sure to pick up anytime before 10:15 pm!

Drive to the festival

Remember that there are residential parking restrictions put in place for a two-block radius around the Festival! Metered parking is available on Broadway Avenue.

Should you wish to discuss parking restrictions or passes further, please contact the City of Saskatoon at 306.975.2400.  

*NOTE* Please consult the City of Saskatoon website to ensure your trip is not hindered by construction in the area.

Festival map

Design by Jaymie Raefta

2024 Fringe Outdoor Map - Designed by Jaymie Raefta


Why isn't it on Broadway?

It is on Broadway!
The Saskatoon Fringe Festival has moved one step to the left, our site now begins at the intersection of 11th Street E and Broadway Avenue.
PLUS during our Broadway Days we expand our footprint out 0nto two blocks of Broadway Avenue between 10th Street E and 12th Street E.

Several years ago the Saskatoon Fringe Festival made the conscious decision to move our site for the betterment of our event and community. Here’s why:

– Historically the previous footprint of the Festival was not sustainable – both financially and in terms of human resources. By 2018, the Fringe was in severe financial trouble. And then there was a pandemic.
– Shutting down the full street on Broadway for 10 days made life difficult for our neighbours and the local businesses.
– Due to city restrictions, the street had to re-open every evening. This was an enormous physical and emotional strain on our staff and volunteers to strike and reset the entire Festival every day. Not to mention, a safety concern with traffic now trying to drive through as we worked.
– Now that we are on the side street and in the beautiful park, we can own and rent semi-permanent infrastructure which saves a significant amount of time, energy, and money!

The Saskatoon Fringe works hard to provide a wonderful outdoor event, but please don’t forget that this is not typical for all Fringe Festivals and that the main purpose of the Fringe is to share wonderful theatre from across the world! Please enjoy our outdoor site, but during your visit make sure you check out a show too!

What are the food and drink options?

Lucky for us, we share our stomping grounds with many incredible restaurants and bars in the Broadway neighbourhood!

Don’t want to miss any Fringing whilst you satisfy those cravings? We also have a selection of Food trucks located in W.E. Graham Park!
A full list of this year’s vendors will be posted on our website during the Festival.

What buskers are performing?

A full outdoor performance schedule will be available online starting August 1st.
For the most up-to-date schedule – follow @saskatoonfringe on social media or visit our Box Office in W.E. Graham Park starting August 1st.

Are there washrooms?

Portable toilets will be provided for public use. Available in W.E. Graham Park and the parking lot of the Cosmopolitan Senior Citizen’s Centre.
Wheelchair-accessible toilets will also be available at each of the locations listed above.

Each of our theatre venues are also equipped with gender-neutral washroom stalls.

Photography credit Nolita Media

Fringe Respectfully

Arrive early: Latecomers will not be permitted into performances. Buzz off: Mute ringers, beepers, buzzers, and tweeters. Be in the moment: Do not take photos or videos of performances. Refrain from texting or talking during the show. Turn your phone off and enjoy!

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Illustrations by jaymie raefta

Fringe 50/50

Winner receives 50% of total sales, up to a max prize of $50,000!

Ticket sales are online only, sales end August 30th at 11:59 PM.
Draw at the 25th Street Theatre office (220 20th Street W)
The winner will be contacted to claim their prize.

Total tickets available for sale: 100,000
SLGA license number: # RR24-0113
Licensee: 25th Street Theatre Centre Inc.

Buy merch

Check out limited addition exclusive merchandise for the Fringe festival. Your purchase goes towards supporting 25th Street Theatre and the Fringe festival. 

The Fringe is Proudly supported by

Canadian Heritage
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The David Edney Fund for Theatre
thank you bob logo
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Community Services Recovery Fund
Affinity Credit Union
Broadway BID
Mini Saskatoon
High Key Brewing
Crossmount Cider Company
Hoist Seltzer
Big Steel Box
Little John Rentals/Aspen Ventures
The Wireless Age
Loraas Saskatoon
Culligan Saskatoon
Saskatoon Media Group - 92.9 The Bull
Saskatoon Media Group - 98 Cool
Saskatoon Media Group - CJWW 600
Saskatoon Media Group - CJWW 600
Saskatoon Media Group - CJWW 600
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