Hollywood Fringe Benefit this Saturday, Feb. 2nd, 7pm-2am

Should be a blast, as are most Fringe Frolics. If you’ve never attended one of these Fringe bashs they are like a mini-flash-circus, but with booze. The deets are below, you get a discount on tickets if you buy in advance. And the registration for the Fringe opens on February 1st! Can’t believe it’s already coming around again. Anyhoo. Hope to see all the LemonHeads there cuz I will mos def be attending. I’ll be the ruggedly handsome short guy with a beard at the bar. Heh.

Registration officially opens this Friday, February 1st (read all about the three-step registration process here) and we’re hosting a party to celebrate!

The Fringe Benefit, our first ever registration-kickoff-slash-fundraiser bash, will be held this Saturday, February 2nd at last year’s Fringe Central Station. The doors open at 7:00 PM and close at 2:00 AM. Tickets are $25 at the door, $20 if purchased in advance. Attendees must be 18 or older. All proceeds will go toward the 2013 Festival.

The Benefit is vintage-carnival-themed (costumes are encouraged!) and will be packed full of entertainment, including bands, magicians, burlesque dancers, contortionists, aerialists, balloon twisters, dancing and of course, the Fringe Freaks. Lots of goodies will be up for grabs at our silent auction, including a free one-night stay at the Magic Castle, tickets to the Laugh Factory, free yoga classes, bar gift certificates, headshot sessions and a lot more. We’ll have a food truck (The Bun Truck) and the famous Bryan’s Bar will be open– for only one night pre-June!

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