The long-awaited Fringe Benefits program – a complementary music, art and performance festival to the city’s largest inaugural music festival, Spilt Milk – has launched.
The city is set to come alive on 29 November with hours of music, dance, play and performance for visitors and locals alike.
With more than 30 venues activated and in excess of 50 different performers, artists and musicians engaged – the majority from the city and surrounds – the first Fringe Benefits festival is setting loose the performance energy of the city.
Fringe Benefits is offering a wide array of different activities, perfect for the diverse audiences who are expected to be in the city for Spilt Milk. There are musical trails for all groups to follow – from big brass bands for families, to opera in cafes, DJs in bakeries, surf bands and dancing in the dark.