Participants #drinkingaboutfringe, networking & handing out postcards at an #HFF17 Office Hours // Photo: Matt Kamimura

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MAR 2018

We are so excited to announce the schedule for one of our favorite programs: Office Hours!

Join Hollywood Fringe staff and participants for weekly casual meet-ups at different bars around Hollywood. If you’re wondering what the fuss is all about, check out this FringeTV video

Office Hours take place Wednesdays starting March 28th. We’ve included the times, locations and drink specials below. For updates, check the #drinkingaboutfringe hashtag on Twitter and Instagram (as well as #hff18, the official festival hashtag).

  • March 28th, 7-10pm - St. Felix (1602 N. Cahuenga Blvd.) – happy hour drink & wine specials 7-10pm
  • April 4th, 7-10pm - Lost Property (1704 Vine St.) – special happy hour drink menu 7-10pm
  • April 11th, 7-10pm – Paloma (6327 Hollywood Blvd.) – happy hour specials 7-10pm
  • April 18th, 7-10pm - Pig N’ Whistle (6714 Hollywood Blvd.) – happy hour specials 7-10pm
  • April 25th, 7-10pmThe Well (6255 Sunset Blvd.) – back area reserved for Fringers, happy hour prices 7-10pm
  • May 2nd, 7-11pmBLACK (6202 Santa Monica Blvd.) – $1 off everything 7-11pm
  • May 9th, 7-10pm – 33 Taps (6263 Hollywood Blvd.) – $5 beer specials & $6 Moscow Mules 7-10pm
  • May 16th, 7-11pmThree Clubs (1123 Vine St.) – happy hour prices 7-11pm
  • May 23rd, 7-11pmBLACK (6202 Santa Monica Blvd.) – $1 off everything 7-11pm
  • May 30th, 7pm-Bar Close - Three Clubs (1123 Vine St.) – happy hour prices all night

Networking is an essential ingredient to your success at Fringe and we’re giving you a ton of opportunities to mix and mingle! Hope to see you #drinkingaboutfringe soon.

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