ndigenous Fringe Festival Shifts into Cars For months, the Nogojiwanong Fringe Festival team has looked forward tobringing artists and audiences together in beautiful outdoors venues atTrent University campus As of June 17, they were informed that under Ontario's current reopeningplan, the original "live" event will not be allowed. The revised plan is a shift from open air shows to drive in shows. Arevised schedule of performances can be found on their websitewww.indigenousfringefest.ca Drive-in performances will take place in Parking Lot X on Trent's eastbank from June 23 - 27. Those wishing to reserve tickets to the drive-in performances (whichallow for much larger audiences) may do so by firstname.lastname@example.org For more info, here's the Festival website:http://www.indigenousfringefest.ca/news.html
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