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Thursday, June 12

2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival

5:00pm to 10:00pm

The Hollywood Fringe Festival (www.hollywoodfringe.org) announced today that the fifth annual festival will take place June 12th-29th after a week of Previews taking place June 5th-10th and an Opening Night Party on June 11th. Fringe organizers have opted to continue hosting the festival over an 18-day period (up from 11 days during the event's first three years) due to the success of the extension in 2013. The festival sold 35,000 tickets in 2013 and gave back all $258,000 to participating artists and venues. The event continues to be one of the largest uncensored performing arts festivals in the country. 

"Since 2010, we've made it our mission to include all types of artists and arts supporters, challenging the stereotype that Hollywood is always an exclusionary arts scene. As a result, a very special community is growing, one that encourages and cherishes the work of others," says Ben Hill, Hollywood Fringe Festival Director. "As a community, we sold 10,000 more tickets in 2013 and generated $58,000 more for the arts. We hope to top those numbers in 2014. If our first four years are any indication, that goal is entirely achievable." 

Hill and other organizers behind the Hollywood Fringe are planning to host a number of Town Halls and Workshops to assist venues, participants and other community members prepare for the festival (dates TBA). 

Registration for the Hollywood Fringe opens February 1st and closes on April 1st. The event is open and non-curated; any artistic group able to book a venue within the festival’s boundaries may register. Registration for the festival is a three-step process. The first step is the creation of a project page (http://hollywoodfringe.org/add_project) on the festival’s site. Second, the project must be booked at a participating venue within the festival’s boundaries. Once the venue deal has been completed, groups can complete registration by paying the registration fee. The first two steps can be started before February 1st. Read more about the registration process here.

Traditional theatre spaces as well as temporary or DIY spaces are encouraged. Venues can list their space on the festival’s website starting today. Participants may attempt to book a venue that has already signed up, or they may bring their own venue. All registrations complete before April 1st will receive placement in the Festival’s Guide, which will be distributed throughout Hollywood and greater Los Angeles starting May 2014. Registrations completed after that time will be included in listings on the Fringe’s website.

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Friday, June 13

Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival

Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park

800 N. Archibald Ave, Ontario, 91764

12:00pm to 9:00pm

THE MUSIC IS AMAZING! This year features The String Cheese Incident, The Del McCoury Band, Dr. Ralph Stanley, Keller Williams & The Travelin' McCourys, Sam Bush, Rhonda Vincent, The Gibson Brothers, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Dailey & Vincent, Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice, The Boxcars, The Steeldrivers, Chris Jones and the Night Drivers, California, BlueGrass, etc., Dan Crary and Thunderation, The Salty Suites, Lonesome Otis , Next Generation, SWBA Kids.

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Food Truck Festival

Puente Hills Mall

1600 S Azusa Ave, City of Industry, 91748

5:00pm to 10:00pm

For only a $2.00 donation, you can help children's hospitals by participating in our Gourmet Food Truck Festival brought to you by 97.1 Amp Radio and Children's Hospitals National Foundation. Our food truck festival is the new innovative way to help children's and bring extravagant food to one's community. You can expect great music, delicious food, friendly people and a 500 balloon release for our June event!

All of our participating food trucks are dedicated towards helping children's hospitals. They are operated by top tier chiefs and some have appeared on Food Network's, The Great Food Truck Race. Our event gathers over 1,500 supporters and every dollar collected through admission, drinks and food become a direct contribution to help children.

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