This performing arts festival got its start in 1994 on the West Bank of Minneapolis with only six venues. Twenty years later, the Minnesota Fringe boasts 16 venues, with nearly 900 performances over the course of 11 days. Last year they sold over 46,000 tickets. Overwhelmed with the number of shows and not sure what to see? Let long-time Fringe veterans show you around with some of their top picks. Don’t forget to unwind at the Crooked Pint Ale House after a long day at the festival. We hear that’s where festival goers and Fringe artists congregate to swap stories and take a load off.
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