Since 1978, the Friends of Laurel Hill has stewarded the preservation of two historic cemeteries while curating year-round programs, tours, and events. Laurel Hill East is a Victorian cemetery founded in 1836, a National Historic Landmark, and an immersive outdoor performance environment for shapeshifters and taphophiles.
Ticketing + Seating
Will Call will open in the main entrance Courtyard 30 minutes before shows start. All shows will take place inside the cemetery, a short walk (10 minutes maximum) from the main entrance. An accessible shuttle and limited accessible seating area will be available for guests with mobility concerns. Otherwise, all seating is on the grass and chairs are not provided. Please bring your own blankets or lawn chairs.
Cars will not be permitted into the cemetery during events. Limited free parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood and in lots across the street from the main entrance on Ridge Avenue, including reserved accessible parking spots, but guests are encouraged to use Lyft/Uber or public transit if possible. Please visit us at laurelhillphl.com/fringe for more information to plan your visit.
All shows at Laurel Hill East will take place outdoors. In the case of rain, ticketholders will be contacted with a new show date.
Laurel Hill East
3822 Ridge Avenue