You can purchase tickets for performances and programming in three ways:
You buy your tickets easily via the Delft Fringe Festival website or via the festival app. This can be done up to 30 minutes before the performance. After successful payment you will receive the e-ticket(s) in your email.
2. Box office at the festival pavilion
During the festival, you can buy tickets at the festival pavilion, the pink Fringe Rabbit, in the middle of Market Square. You can pay here via pin or cash.
3. On location
From half an hour before a performance, you can buy tickets at the door of the performance location, if there are still seats available. On location, scan the Tikkie QR code with the camera on your smartphone and buy your ticket through your bank. Cash will not be accepted at the door.
A performance lasts a maximum of 30 minutes. A ticket costs €7.50 per person. From each ticket sold, 50% of the proceeds go to the artist. The other 50% is used for the organization of the festival.
Delft Fringe Festival believes that art and culture should be accessible to everyone, which is why, despite high inflation, we have chosen not to raise ticket prices in 2023.
The young artists receive, in addition to 50% of the proceeds from ticket sales, a fixed expense allowance.
Because we program in special places, not every location is suitable for visitors who are wheelchair-bound or have difficulty walking. In the festival magazine you can see which venues are accessible by wheelchair and where you will find a toilet for the disabled.
We recommend arriving at the venue well in advance of the performance and speaking to the volunteer at the door on time should assistance be needed or extra time to get into the venue. We do not offer special wheelchair/escort tickets. Companions must also purchase a ticket to accompany them to the performance.
As an organization, we are learning in making the festival accessible. You can always contact us to discuss accessibility. Naturally, we are happy to think with you where necessary.
Most performances are in Dutch. A part is in English and there are also performances in which (almost) no spoken language is used. For each performance the spoken language is indicated. The description of each performance in the program booklet and on the website is available in Dutch and English.
We have also made an overview (in English):
There is also plenty to do for children and teens at the Delft Fringe Festival! The performances last a maximum of 30 minutes. A perfect length of time for children and teens to get acquainted with different forms of performing arts.
In the Fringe App you can find the complete festival program at any time. Super convenient! The app is free to download and available for iOS and Android. The app was developed and gifted to us by Allister Smith of 'Apps for the People'..
Meet the makers! De Roze Hoed (the Pink Hat), the podcast of the Delft Fringe Festival, introduces you to new makers from the world of the performing arts. They are questioned about their makership, performance and cultural entrepreneurship.
How does it work when you have just graduated as a young maker? How do you build a career then, how do you make flying hours and what do you encounter? The career path in other industries often looks much more straightforward than for young creators.
Listen to it on Spotify or your your favorite podcast provider!