Get your SkirtsAfire Festival Pass to experience the most out of our jam-packed 10 days!

3 shows for $60 or 5 shows for $80!

Passes include a ticket to our MainStage play, Ayita by Teneil Whiskeyjack (up to $30 value), and depending on which pass you get, any other 2 or 4 other SkirtsAfire events of your choice ($18-$21 value per show).

Your 3 show pass saves you up to $12! Your 5 show pass saves you up to $34!

How do I get my hands on one?

Great question! Festival passes are on sale now. Our passes as well as all our ticketed events are sold through Fringe Theatre Adventures. You can purchase online or by emailing boxoffice@fringetheatre.ca.

Purchase your pass here and read our step by step instructions for all you need to know!

Step 1 – Go to this link, click on ‘logged in,’ then sign in or sign up.

Step 2 – Make your SkirtsAfire Festival Pass purchase. One (1) pass per person. If looking to purchase multiple passes, please email boxoffice@fringetheatre.ca.

Step 3 – Book your performance dates! You can do this all in one transaction, after you’ve added the pass to your basket, or if you’d prefer to return at a later time to book, just checkout with your pass and login again when you’re ready to book! Tickets are on sale now for most events and you can find them all here. When booking an event, simply choose the ‘SkirtsAfire Pass Ticket’ option. 

Step 4 – Check out. Your tickets will automatically be redeemed against your festival pass. If the price does not change or if you have any issues booking, please contact the box office at boxoffice@fringetheatre.ca. Then, simply bring your confirmation email to the door on the night of the event!

Step 5 – Enjoy the show! 

Questions, no problem! Call email the Fringe’s Box Office at boxoffice@fringetheatre.ca for assistance or feel free to email info@skirtsafire.com!

SkirtsAfire and Fringe Theatre are taking part in the Restriction Exemption Program and therefore patrons 12 and over must show proof of vaccination, negative test result, or medical exemption. Masks are also required. Find Fringe Theatre’s “What to Expect” Information here!