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JUSTIN SAMANSKI-LANGILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>DK Reinemer tapes a poster advertising his show onto a portable toilet on Tuesday. Fringe fest starts today and features performances by artists from around the world.</p></p>

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DK Reinemer tapes a poster advertising his show onto a portable toilet on Tuesday. Fringe fest starts today and features performances by artists from around the world.

190 shows at 31 venues in and around the Exchange District, The Forks, the West End Cultural Centre, the Gas Station Arts Centre and the Portage Strip. Tickets are $10-$12 and are available at the door or in advance at winnipegfringe.com or at the Royal MTC box office at 174 Market Ave. The Fringe hotline is 204-943-7464.

Kids Fringe is at the Red River College courtyard beside Old Market Square from noon to 3 p.m. on weekdays and noon to 6 p.m. on weekends during the festival.

Programs are $5 and are on sale at all Manitoba Liquor Mart locations.

Head to winnipegfreepress.com/fringe for news and reviews from the Winnipeg fringe.

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190 shows at 31 venues in and around the Exchange District, The Forks, the West End Cultural Centre, the Gas Station Arts Centre and the Portage Strip. Tickets are $10-$12 and are available at the door or in advance at winnipegfringe.com or at the Royal MTC box office at 174 Market Ave. The Fringe hotline is 204-943-7464.

Kids Fringe is at the Red River College courtyard beside Old Market Square from noon to 3 p.m. on weekdays and noon to 6 p.m. on weekends during the festival.

Programs are $5 and are on sale at all Manitoba Liquor Mart locations.

Head to winnipegfreepress.com/fringe for news and reviews from the Winnipeg fringe.

Noon hour concert series — Old Market Square

Today: Sebastian Owl

Thursday: Dirty Catfish Brass Band

Friday: JD Edwards

Monday, July 24: Jason Kirkness

Tuesday, July 25: Mulligrub

Wednesday, July 26: CASATI

Thursday, July 27: The Young Pixels

Friday, July 28: Jess Reimer

Late Night Music Series

Tonight, 10 p.m.: Apollo Suns

Thursday, 10 p.m.: Summer Dwellers; 11 p.m.: Snake Skin Bandeau

Friday, 10 p.m.: Andino Suns; 11 p.m.: New Renaissance

Saturday, 10 p.m.: Dirty Catfish Brass Band; 11 p.m.: Mama Cutsworth

Sunday, 10 p.m.: The Bloody Historians

Monday, July 24: 10 p.m.: Moon Tan

Tuesday, July 25: 10 p.m. Romi Mayes

Wednesday, July 26: 10 p.m.: Dr. Hotbottom

Thursday, July 27: 10 p.m.: The Middle Coast; 11 p.m.: Lil Win

Friday, July 28: 10 p.m. The Perms; 11 p.m.: KayR

Saturday, July 29: 10 p.m.: The Noble Thiefs; 11 p.m.: Otto & Astrid - Die Roten Punkte

Sunday, July 30: 9 p.m.: JD Edwards Band

Wednesday Mainstage schedule

Noon: Sebastian Owl

1 p.m.: Big Wheel Show

6 p.m.: Bro Nouveau

7 p.m.: Reuben Dot Dot Dot

8 p.m.: Big Wheel Show

9 p.m.: Circus Firemen

10 p.m.: Apollo Suns

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