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Bank Australia supports Melbourne Fringe

Vote for your favourite Melbourne Fringe production

We’re putting the power back into the hands of the people by presenting the Melbourne Fringe People’s Choice Award.

Vote for your favourite show using the form below. 

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About Bank Australia

Bank Australia are proud to be the principal partner of Melbourne Fringe for the fifth year running.

As a bank that puts people before profit, and a festival that embraces divesity and independence, we're both proudly unconventional.  

Melbourne Fringe features thousands of artists performing in over 400 events and we have a numbers of easy ways for you to get involved: 

  • Bank Australia Ticket Booth - Visit the booth at Federation Square (opened during Fringe 14 Sep - 1 Oct) and buy your tickets from Festival Concierges who can also offer recommendations and directions to Fringe venues
  • Bank Australia Take 5 - Every day from 1 September all shows will have a $5 discount off full priced tickets (The $5 still goes to the artist directly from Bank Australia). There will be a new promotion code announced daily on the Melbourne Fringe Twitter feed and at the Bank Australia ticket booth. There will be limited numbers each day so make sure you can keep an eye out
  • People's Choice Awards - Once you've seen a show you can visit the Bank Australia site to vote on your favourite one in the People's Choice Awards. Details of the voting will be promoted on both the sites and social media accounts of Melbourne Fringe and Bank Australia
  • Bank Australia Wishlist - You can shortlist the Fringe shows you're interested in by adding them to the Bank Australia Wishlist. Just look out for the heart symbol when on the show's page.  

You can follow Bank Australia on Facebook and Twitter to get more information on Fringe including show reviews, suggestions and promotions.  

As a customer owned bank, our goal is to create prosperity for our customers, the communities they live in and the planet we all live on.

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