Winners Amsterdam Fringe Awards 2017
On September 17th the Amsterdam Fringe Festival announced the winners of the jury prizes and the public prize of this years’ Amsterdam Fringe Festival. My Father Held A Gun of Sahand Sahebdivani, Raphael Rodan, Guillermo Celano & Iman Spaargaren won the Amsterdam Fringe Gold Award. Numbers two and three are Don’t Worry Be Yoncé of performance kollektiv PONY CAMP and the Gender Monologues of Macabre. Don’t Worry Be Yoncé from performance kollektiv PONY CAMP also won the The Grand Audience Award. The title ‘Best International Performance’ went to The Fuut of the Flemish Bastiaan Vandendriessche.
With the announcement of prizes and around 9,000 registered visitors, the Amsterdam Fringe Festival 2017 looks back at a successful edition.