Where Is IndyFringe?

IndyFringe is located at 719 E. St. Clair Street in the Massachusetts Avenue Theatre and Cultural District,

at the corner Massachusetts Avenue, North College Avenue and East St. Clair Street.


IndyFringe Lot

  • can accommodate up to 17 cars
  • audience only
  • Enter off St. Clair Street through the paved alley.
  • Park closely together on the grass.

ADA Parking

  • For those with special needs (parking - lift) please call in advance so we can reserve a space.
  • 317-522-8099

St. Clair Street

  • Parking allowed on south side along St. Clair Street.   Check parking signs.
  • The Art Bank has paid parking.  Check the signs and pay via phone.

Fulton Street

  • Parking allowed along Fulton Street.
  • Do not park in any spaces clearly marked for Circa.

Davidson Street North - past Mayflower   (Do not park in Mayflower lot - it will be locked)

  • IndyFringe has 60 parking spots available after 6pm.
  • Enter off St Clair Street.
  • Follow the street to sign indicating IndyFringe Parking.
  • We do not monitor this parking lot.

Davidson Street

  • Parking allowed along Davidson Street.

Trailside Surface Lot

  • Behind Yats on Davidson Street 
  • Ample amount of spaces available in this lot.  Check signs for public parking spots.
  • 1 block north of The Fringe Building with easy walkability using The Indy Cultural Trail.

Metered Parking

  • Metered parking along Massachusetts Avenue.
  • Hours: Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • $1.50/hour, coins or credit card
  • Visit ParkIndy for more information.
  • Download the Parker app by Streetline to locate open space in real time.

Biking BlueIndy & IndyGo

Bike Or On Foot

The Monon Trail feeds into the Cultural Trail which runs right by the theatre. We have a bike rack in our parking lot for your convenience. Don’t have a bike? Try the Indiana Pacer’s Bikeshare with 250 gold bikes in downtown Indy, including 4 stations along Mass Ave. For information on pricing and other locations, visit Indiana Pacer’s Bikeshare.

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail, an 8-mile bike and pedestrian path, connects Indy’s cultural districts and neighborhoods. For information visit, Indianapolis Cultural Trail.


Indy’s newest ride-sharing initiative, BlueIndy offers electric cars with pickup and dropoff locations across downtown Indy, including three stations near IndyFringe. For information, visit blue-indy.com.


IndyGo Route 5Route 10Route 11Route 17 and Route 21 serve the IndyFringe theatres with convenient stops along or near Mass Ave.