The 11-day Fringe Festival kicks off TODAY in downtown Rochester.

The 11-day Fringe Festival kicks off TODAY in downtown Rochester.

The festival goes through Saturday, Sept. 22 and features more than 500 performances at 25+ venues.

The following is a list of streets in the East End and Main Street area that will be affected.

Friday, Sept. 14 to Sunday, Sept. 16

- Cortland Street (from Elm Street to E. Main Street): From 6 a.m. Friday to midnight Sunday

- Andrew Langston Way (from Elm Street to E. Main Street): From 6 a.m. Friday to midnight Sunday

- Elm Street (from Clinton Avenue to Chestnut Street): From 1 p.m. Friday to midnight Saturday; from 1 p.m., Saturday to midnight Sunday

- Euclid Street (from Clinton Avenue to Chestnut Street): From 1 p.m. Friday to midnight Saturday; from 1 p.m., Saturday to midnight Sunday

Friday, Sept. 21 to Sunday, Sept. 23

- Gibbs Street (from East Avenue to E. Main Street): From 6 a.m. Friday to noon Sunday

For more information on the festival, click here.