Tickets & Passes

The box office for the 2019 Toronto Fringe Festival is now closed. 


About our tickets:

Advance Tickets - $11

$11 ticket + $2 service charge (Why is there a service charge?)

Available online and by phone (416-966-1062).
Subject to a $3 per order fee. (Why is there an order fee?)
Visa, Mastercard, UnionPay.

Available in person as of opening day.
Festival Box Office at 275 Bathurst Street 
Visa, Visa Debit, Mastercard, UnionPay, debit, cash.

At-the-door tickets as of opening day.
At the show's venue one hour prior to show start time.
Card sales at main venues but cash only at site specifics.


Preview Tickets - $6 ($6 + $2 service charge)

A selection of shows designate their first performance to be a preview. These tickets can be purchased in advance or at-the-door. Preview shows are bolded in Fringe Program Guide and have an "eye" icon in online show listings. 


Daily Discount Tickets  - $6 ($6 + $2 service charge)

Check the Daily Discount listings online (posted the day before the selected performance) or at the Festival Box Office to see which performances are offering this deal. These tickets can only be purchased day-of by phone, online, or at-the-door. 


KidsFest Tickets - $5

Discounted tickets for the littlest Fringers, kids 12 and under. Babes-in-arms are free!
Valid only for KidsFest performances. Can be purchased in advance or at-the-door of the George Ignatieff Theatre.


Passes – Serious savings for serious Fringers

5 Show Pass ($50) 

Savings of $15! Valid for 5 at-the-door tickets. Maximum 1 ticket per performance.

10 Show Pass ($90)

Savings of $40! Valid for 10 at-the-door tickets. Maximum 2 tickets per performance.

20 Show Pass ($175)

Savings of $85! Valid for 20 at-the-door tickets. Maximum 2 tickets per performance.

30 Show Pass ($255)

Savings of $135! Valid for 30 at-the-door tickets. Maximum 2 tickets per performance.

YOUTH PASS ($24)

Valid for 3 shows. Ages 13 - 19. Must present ID for age verification. 


 

I spend a whole weekend biking from show to show with my pass – it’s how I know that summer has started!