RosterElf has been appointed the Official Rostering Partner for the 2023 Sydney Fringe Festival. 

Since 2021, The Sydney Fringe Festival has chosen RosterElf as its rostering, time and attendance solution. However, 2023 will see the partnership grow to the next level. 

“After using other solutions, Fringe found RosterElf a couple of years ago and have been really pleased with the product and the exceptional customer support the team offers.

Our festival is a very intense few weeks with hundreds of staff and volunteers to manage over 450 events and 70 venues, so an easy-to-use and highly efficient employee management tool is a must. 

That’s why the Sydney Fringe Festival is looking forward to this year’s partnership with RosterElf which will see the RosterElf team more deeply involved than ever with the festival, including one-on-one employee and management training before the commencement of the festival to help everything run like clockwork,” commented Clayton Hamilton, Ticketing and Front of House Services Manager at The Sydney Fringe Festival. 

RosterElf CEO Simon Ingleson said he is delighted with the formal partnership between his organisation and The Sydney Fringe Festival. “Who doesn’t LOVE the Fringe Festival? We do...

The Sydney Fringe Festival has developed over the past decade to become one of the country’s best annual entertainment events. We are excited to be asked to step up our association to assist with the event. 

Bring on Sydney Fringe 2023!”


The Sydney Fringe Festival is the largest independent arts festival in NSW, representing thousands of artists across all art forms. It has built a reputation for nurturing and supporting emerging artists, presenting established artists in the development of new works, promoting small to medium-sized venues and activating public spaces. In addition to the presentation of art, this festival engages the local community of residents and supports small business and night-time economy. This festival aims to give a voice to those who produce work all year round and compete with main stage events for publicity, and large corporations for custom. This festival represents the cultural heart of the city and celebrates all things Sydney from local community groups to well-known touring artists. 


The Sydney Fringe Festival operates as a Registered Charity separately from major institutions and receives support from government agencies, sponsors, and the community. It has become an important fixture in Sydney’s cultural calendar, contributing to the city’s vibrant arts and entertainment landscape.

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