Seoul Fringe Festival – Seoulistic

Seoul Fringe Festival

7.19 – 7.22.2017

Just like its name suggests, the Seoul Fringe Festival is the independent arts festival in Seoul that sits on the fringes of the mainstream. It’s a venue for street buskers, off-broadway (off-Gangnam?) musicals, non-commissioned artists, street magicians, puppeteers and unique dance troupes to show off their art in an open and large venue. It’s a fun Seoul arts festival in a carnival-like atmosphere where you can walk around freely and experience one performance after another.

Tip: Price is 30,000 won per ticket (50,000 won the day before the festival), but here are the discounts available: 1. Show proof you went to last years festival (Marketing materials, Souvenir, etc.) – buy 2 tickets for price of 1
2. Residents of mapo-gu – 20,000 won
3. Groups of 20 or more – 20,000 won each
4. Disabled – 20,000 won
5. Youth (Born between 1993 – 1998) – 20,000 won
6. Teens (Born between 1999 – 2004) – 10,000 won
7. Artists (Leaflets, brochures, program books, or other proof of your art activities) – 15,000 won

See more things to do, events and festivals here: July 2017 Events and Festivals

30,000won (50,000 won day before festival)
Phone Number:
World Cup Stadium, Seoul, South Korea
Subway Station:
World Cup Stadium Station (Line 6)

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