FRINGE WORLD celebrates new partnerships
Posted in Fringe News
FRINGE WORLD has grown to become the third largest Fringe in the world because of the support from our artists, customers and partners. As a non-for-profit registered charity, we rely on all three of these groups to keep the Fringe going.
In 2020 we proudly celebrated some new partnerships that support our underlying goal to present a platform for artists to shine and the community to enjoy.
First up in the new partnerships for 2020 is the WA-owned and award-winning Giniversity. We’ve been long fans of this delicious drop and are excited to bring the flavours of Australia’s South-West to the 2020 Festival; from the light and refreshing London Dry to the aromatic Botanical Gin. Giniversity products are now being served at the major Fringe hubs and drop by to The Botanicals Bar in The Woodside Pleasure Garden for the complete Giniversity experience.
The internet’s hottest lifestyle guide The Urban List Perth is a new partner for 2020, enabling FRINGE WORLD to share more of its events to a wider audience. If you visit Girls School, you might see the secret bar that we are presenting thanks to the partnership.
The exciting partnership with Tourism WA allowed us to spread the word of Fringe festivities overseas by delivering a marketing campaign to encourage Singaporean visitors to come to Fringe and explore Perth, with the potential to grow the partnership and expand.
FRINGE WORLD made history with its first-time partnership Cruise & Maritime Voyages to provide the first ever Fringe show aboard a cruise ship Fringe on the Water, where customers spend a luxurious night in style on board after enjoying performances by key Fringe acts.
Picture above by Jarrad Seng.
Picture icon by Sean Breadsell.