Linda's List of Pagan Festivals

Linda's List of Pagan Festivals

Compiled by Linda Kerr

PLEASE NOTE: This listing is only for Pagan festivals! All festivals listed here must be Pagan/Wiccan/Asatru in nature; not herbal workshops, not psychic fairs, not Renaissance Faires, not pirate fests, not camping parties, etc.

I primarily list Pagan festivals happening in the Southeast, but you can list your festival here, regardless of where it is. email the information to Linda Kerr! (Please put List of Festivals in the comments section.)

Updated: 5-7-19

2019 Festivals
2020 Festivals
2018 Festivals

Southern Pagan Events on Facebook

Groups/sites that have regular festivals:
Roxanna, site near Auburn, AL
Four Quarters Farm, site in Artemas, PA
Earth Spirit, organization in Williamsburg, MA
Brushwood, site in Sherman, NY
Midian Festivals & Events, a site in Springville, IN

2019 Festivals


February 8-10, 2019
Sturbridge Host Hotel & Conference Center, 366 Main St, Sturbridge, MA
Organized by EarthSpirit Community

A Feast of Lights is a festival of community, hope, Earth spirituality, and the arts taking place at the ancient Celtic midwinter festival of Imbolg. It brings together a wide range of teachers, performers and artists who join with all of the gathering's participants to create a celebratory, stimulating and fun weekend to kindle the fire within during the dark of winter.


February 15-17, 2019
All World Acres, Tampa Bay area, FL

Please join us for the 14th annual Brighid's Fire festival. The gathering will include a main ritual, nightly drum circles, workshops, sweat lodge, vendors, and fun for the whole family. Come spend the day or camp for the whole festival. The Goddess Brighid, exalted one, is the patroness of healing, poetry, blacksmithing, and arts. She is also associated with fire. All aspects of fire symbolism, including light, candles, heat, warmth and sunrises are also related to this goddess.


February 21-24, 2019
Dearborn/Detroit Doubletree by Hilton, Detroit, MI
ConVocation is a convention of the many mystical spiritual paths and faiths and the people that follow them who desire to teach each other and promote fellowship among all esoteric traditions. Since 1995, this 4-day event has brought together over 100 classes and rituals presented by local instructors, internationally renowned guest speakers and authors. Along with workshops, ConVocation offers over 35 tables of merchandise in our Merchant Room, an Art Show and the largest indoor Drum Circle in the Midwest.


March 20-24, 2019
Lakeland, FL
A Pagan gathering in Central Florida. Located on I-4 midway between Tampa & Orlando. The friendliest Pagan gathering in Florida! Phoenix Phyre is located on a working ranch in Lakeland, FL, and is celebrating 20 years of festivals this year. The gathering is in open pasture land that is covered by centuries old live oaks that are full of life energy and give the land a euphoric feeling of happiness. We are very close to shopping, restaurants, and lodging, if you prefer not to camp. Please see our website for directions and a map. The main purpose of Phoenix Festivals is to build community. We try to get to know everyone that attends and make them feel that they are a part of our Phamily. We do this through community rituals, community meals, nightly drumming and dancing around the ritual fire, and other shenanigans promoting a feeling of closeness, unity, spirituality, and just plain fun away from the mundane. As with other festivals, there will be workshops, games, rituals, and drumming and dancing into the night. There will be merchants and an auction of unique items made by our own craftsmen that are unavailable anywhere else. Also, we have nightly fire spinning and are offering fire spinning workshops for those who want to give it a try. Phoenix Festivals, Inc., and the entire Phoenix Phamily would like be bid you "Hail and Welcome." Phoenix Phyre is our spring event. Autumn Meet is our fall event. You will be welcomed into the loving arms of your fellow pagans, let your hair down and be comfortable with the people who think like you. Our website,, has our registration and other information. Save some money and register today. Phoenix Festivals is a not for profit corporation owned and operated by the community it serves. WRCF - Wiccan Religious Cooperative of Central Florida sponsors Phoenix Festivals.


March 22-24, 2019
Hosted by Twin Cities Pagan Pride
Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West Plymouth, 3131 Campus Drive, Plymouth, MN
The 9th annual Paganicon is a Pagan conference with workshops, panels, discussions, social space, live music, a ball, vendors and more. In its ninth year, Paganicon is organized by Twin Cities Pagan Pride and a host of volunteers to provide an educational and social venue for Pagans, Wiccans, Heathens, Druids, and other folk, craft, indigenous or magickal traditions. Discover programming items that challenge you to think in new ways, make new connections, and renew or inspire your religious and spiritual life. Come and get your mystic on! (We also add in some great food, lots of chances to hang out and talk, an art show, and much more.) More information about our Guests and the event can be found at our web site.


March 24, 2019
Oaks Park Dance Pavilion, Portland, OR
Facebook group

SisterSpirit is a non-profit, women's spirituality circle, in Portland Oregon. We started in 1985. We are primarily Pagan/Wiccan, etc. This year the theme for SisterSpirit's Spring ritual is, "We and They are One: Dancing with Power Animals!" Come and enjoy the opening season of Oaks Park, bring your family and friends, enjoy the food stands at the park, or bring a picnic to share with your friends. Come to the fair and enjoy our talent stage, and workshops, along with seeing your favorite vendors and contributing to our alternative economy. Raffle for "Michelle's Heart," are emergency fund for women. $5 donation for adults and children un 12 are free.


March 29-31, 2019
Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park, New Port Richey, FL
Join the Brotherhood of the Spear and Sisterhood of the Shield for a fun and relaxing camp out to celebrate Ostara. Cost: $15 per person (kids too) - Tent Camping & $20 per person for a Cabin Bunk - Cost covers admission, all activities and meals. Activities: Hanging out and enjoying nature, chillaxing, walking the trails, painting rocks, setting up the fire, spending time with friends, pot luck cook out on Saturday, Ostara Ritual, a beautiful Fire, making s'mores and telling stories.


March 30, 2019
Ocala, FL
This one day festival will be jam packed with interactive activities for the gnome or wood nymph within you! There will be themed music, vendors, crafts, performances, a Prayer Spiral, and many hands-on activities from the Fairy, Angel & Earth realms. We are ecstatic to welcome Dances of Universal Peace, Cheek-E-Boom, Faerie Elaine Silver, and Spiderr Thomas as part of our FAE festival entertainment! Be sure to dress up with your Fairy or Angel Wings, your Earth Hat, or just Sparkle UP! Come and Play with Us! Always Be In Joy! Just Follow The Rabbit!


Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Madisonville City Park, Madisonville, KY
Presented by Kentucky Heathen Grithstead
This one-day festival will include a potluck picnic lunch, games with prizes, and the charming of the plow. If you're a gardener and you want your gardening gloves blessed, bring them. If you're a carpenter and you want your hammer blessed, bring it. Any tool that helps you to bring food into your home would be appropriate. The only cost of admission is to bring a side dish if you plan to participate in the picnic lunch. We look forward to gathering together as a community to celebrate the coming of the planting season!
For more information such as side dishes needed, etc. please visit our Facebook group (link above) or send Amy Dorsey a message through Facebook Messenger.


April 4-7, 2019
Hudson, FL
Trees of Avalon is a new and upcoming festival; family friendly and ready to learn and teach. We have classes for almost all levels and we do have children's classes. We have games for all ages. As a festival, we are committed to serving our community of Pagans from all over. We believe that our children have the right to know our history so that they can pass it along to their future generations.


April 10-14, 2019
Gryphon's Nest Campground, Springfield, LA

Four nights of Drumming, Dancing and Delights surrounded by live oaks, moonlight and the sounds of the Louisiana Swamps echoing your name We're figuring out the new program and performances but rest assured that we'll have an awesome event for you!
Come experience great drum, fire spinning, spirit and dance classes by amazing drum teachers like New Orleans' own Louis Martinie and Tuatha Dea, regional and national teachers of hooping, poi, fire, yoga and tribal & belly dance; nightly drum circles; and evening performers. Enjoy community while camping, swimming in the heated pool, eating your favorite spicy Cajun foods at the Saturday Feast and so much more.
Location: Private campground & sacred space in Springfield, LA, only 45 minutes from New Orleans and Baton Rouge. This event is restricted to adults 21 & over due to site restrictions. No pets -service animals allowed of course.


April 11-14, 2019
First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach, VA
Presented by Hampton Roads Pagan Men and the TSC Mens' Group
9 am- 10 pm daily

Brotherhood by the Bog is an annual men's spiritual and bonding experience. The focus is primarily Pagan though all respectful seekers are welcome. We welcome men of all sexual orientations and backgrounds. This year's theme is "Brotherhood Across the Boundaries: Valuing Our Diverse Tribes." This event is open to all respectful seekers regardless of age, race, creed, path, sexual orientation, disability, political or religious affiliation.


April 11-14, 2019
Dragon Hills Retreat, Bowden, FL
Hawkfest is a drum and dance festival put on BY drummers and dancers! Started as a small gathering of friends who are dedicated to the joy and fun of dancing and drumming, Hawkfest has become a gathering where dancers and drummers, fire spinners and hoopers gather to share techniques, music, and to expand their knowledge. For the past several years, we have come together creating magickal and unforgettable experiences! In case you haven't figured it out yet, HAWKFEST IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT! Every night transports you into a place where you can dance, drum, spin, hoop, and celebrate until the sun rises! It is a time outside of time where we set aside egos and drum and dance finding the rhythmic ecstasy of our extraordinary lives. Dancers, fire spinners and hoopers come to Hawkfest to experience not only their own heart and soul but the hearts and souls of everyone in the Circle each other and the drummers. You will walk away from Hawkfest a better player, a better dancer, a better hooper, or a better fire spinner!!!


April 12-14, 2019
All World Acres, Tampa, FL
This gathering is always a favorite at AWA with plenty to offer for the entire family. The schedule of activities for this 4 day event will include several intriguing workshops presented by the many knowledgeable teachers of our community. Entertainment includes a Tom Carroll concert and an amazing Hula dance show. Other activities will include a sweat lodge, bardic circle, trade blanket, and rituals. The Body Goddess, an AWA favorite, returns featuring sacred body painting. Of course each night there will be drumming and dancing around the main fire. There will be several vendors on site for shopping.


April 18-21, 2019
Fort Flagler State Park, Nordland, WA
The festival is always the Thursday through Sunday over Easter Weekend. Spring Mysteries Festival is the longest running recreation of the Eleusinian Mysteries in the modern world. For millennia before Christ, and for hundreds of years after his worship, the Cult of Demeter facilitated histories longest running pilgrimage. The Aquarian Tabernacle Church has devoted a lifetime of scholarly work and production into bringing these mysteries into today.


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April 18-21, 2010
Spirit Haven Ranch, 9706 Anchor Ranch Loop, Flatonia, TX

We have a lot of awesome entertainment heading our way this festival. From Drum Circle Workshops to talks about the O.T.O., to the amazingly talented band we have coming out, Beltane will be anything but boring!


April 18-21, 2019
Organized by Grove of the Seven Hills, ADF
Thor's Hollow Retreat, 2058 Morgan Frederick Grade, Cross Junction, VA

Come out and enjoy Spring together in the beautiful Virginia Highlands with us! Over the past 15 years Trillium has offered outstanding workshops, becoming a favorite way to shake off the Winter blahs and welcome the renewing Earth in Western Virginia. We bring together some of ADF's most dynamic folks for 4 days of games, workshops, ritual, dancing and the celebration of our abiding fellowship. This year we'll focus on magic in workshop and ritual, test our mettle in the ever-popular Circle Challenge and compete in the festival-wide Cattle Raid of the Outsiders! All paths are welcome at Trillium! Contact: Facebook group.


April 25-28, 2019
Christopher Run Campground, Mineral, VA
We invite you to come join us for our Beltane festival and camping in the heart of Virginia. Here in the scenic private campground you can raise your spirits and your voices to honor the seasons and our community as a whole. Founded to give our community somewhere safe to play, commune, and connect we hope you will camp out with us under the stars. The event is rain or shine and all ages. We provide workshops on various topics, rituals, drumming, entertainment, and all kinds of vendors. This is a family friendly event for pagan and non-pagans and has been since its inception. We have children specific workshops as well as a children's ritual and Beltane games planned. The kids can gather and make all kinds of wondrous things like wands and masks or settle down for hosted story times throughout the weekend. For the adults there are plenty of workshops to choose from as well as the God Lodge and Temple of the Goddess: Sacred spaces to connect with Deities. We have community Karaoke and screen a movie outdoors on Thursday evening! On Friday join us in the evening around the fire for drumming and dancing with Community Night. And of course there will be performances on Saturday so be prepared to put your feet up and enjoy the sights and sounds! All of this as well as three powerful community rituals and the annual Maypole dance. Please pack accordingly and be prepared for all kinds of weather.


April 26-28, 2019
Gryphon's Nest Campground, Springfield, LA

The Wyld Fire Beltane Hunt is a night-time ritual and party dedicated to celebrating Beltane (the Celtic fire festival of sex, fertility, and new life). A Roving group of predators will be assembled to hunt numerous prey in woods and meadows, until the May Queen is found. The predator who catches her will be crowned May King! Her capture will start our sacred bonfire ritual, and we will celebrate the union of the May King and Queen all night pool-side with drinks and hors-d'oeuvres. Overnight camping is included in admission, and the party ends at 10am the next day. Campsite is clothing-optional.
This event is hosted by New Orleans Lamplight Circle, and is a yearly fundraiser held for the Greater New Orleans Pagan Pride Day. Our group is a social, educational, and activism forum serving the community for over 8 years. We create events that celebrate Earth-centered spirituality and bring Pagans together. Please visit to learn more about us. Visit to learn more and help support the cause!


May 1-5, 2019
Maddox Rance, 2211 W. Bella Vista Road, Lakeland, FL
Join us at the Florida Pagan Gathering for 5 days of Pagan community spirit. Held twice a year at Beltaine and Samhain, the Florida Pagan Gathering is a place of spirituality, imagination, growth, learning, rambunctious good times, artistic revelry, perfect love and perfect trust where pagans, young and old, new and current, solitaries, covens, eclectic and traditional can enjoy a community free from the mundane worries of modern society.


May 1-5, 2019
Turtle Hills Events, Inc.
Ramblewood Retreat Center, Darlington, MD
Renew, Rekindle and Restore your Passion! Beltane invites you to bring your open heart and a spirit for new adventures with you to Ramblewood Retreat Center in Darlington, MD. There, you'll find a community of like-minded people who are excited about sharing passionate endeavors with each other.
Each year pagans, polyamorists, swingers, tantra practitioners, members of the leather community and other people with a passionate attitude towards life gather together in Northern Maryland to celebrate Beltane with a variety of rituals, workshops and experiences. We embrace life and each other in an open environment full of excitement and joy. We invite you to become part of that community.


May 2-5, 2019
Our Haven, French Lick, IN
Welcome Home! Join us as we celebrate the coming of the rich, fertile earth, the health of earth, animals and everything around. Join us as we reconnect with old friends and build new ones. This is a time that we put the past behind us and start anew!! Join the new breath and spirit at Our Haven! Have you ever been to Our Haven for our Beltaine Spring Gathering? If you answer no, you are missing a great time with friends, family and best of all an outstanding community. If you have you know why you need to be here. Join us for the best event of the year. We look forward to seeing all of you back home at Our Haven. Children 13-17 are HALF the adult rate and as always children 12 and under are FREE with their parent or legal guardian. All Our Haven sponsored events are clothing optional after 10pm unless otherwise posted. Nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of southern Indiana's countryside is Our Haven, an 175 acre nature sanctuary of beautiful deciduous forests and reclaimed fields for all who wish to come enjoy its clear creeks, natural springs, and secluded areas. Our Haven has both private large areas as well as intimate small areas available for you and your group's or event's use.


May 2-5, 2019
Prince William Forest Park, Triangle, VA
Fertile Ground Gathering is a Beltane festival created to bring together the Pagan community; helping to build and strengthen the bonds among those who walk the Earth Paths in the greater Washington DC area and beyond. Fertile Ground is family-inclusive and offers fantastic workshops and services, empowering rituals, spectacular entertainment, drum circles and dancing around nightly bonfires, cabin camping, fantastic meals, some very special guests and of course, dancing around the maypole!


May 3-5, 2019
Four Quarters Farm, Artemas, PA
A weekend celebrating the folk traditions of Spring. Real People, Real Traditions, Real Community. Workshops on singing, crafting, Earth Spirituality, Ecology & Sustainability. Sweat Lodge with Buffalo Heart by the river and Saturday afternoon we help the Lord & Lady of Spring raise and dance the May Pole to bless the land with fertility, life and love. Beltaine is about Spring, It's about family. It's for babies and children, maids and gallants. Our aunts, uncles, mothers and fathers. Elders and Ancestors. Our joyous journey through the Wheel of the Year...and the Web of Life. Join us for our annual homecoming and celebration of the Delights of Spring. It's Beltaine at Four Quarters! A weekend of renewal!


May 3-6, 2019
Presented by Spirit of the Marsh
Arklow House Farm, Rotten Row, Theddlethorpe, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire, England, LN12 1NX

Celebrating the Beltane 2016. Three days camping in the beautiful countryside of Lincolnshire, a family gathering united in keeping ancient and spiritual traditions alive. This year's event is packed with excellent talks, workshops, music, meditations, Pagan and spiritual ceremonies, lots to keep the children entertained, and, of course, the Beltane fire. The limited ticket price includes camping, access to talks, workshops, meditations, music & various forms of entertainment provided. For more info about the Gathering, and to pay via. paypal, please see our website or join our facebook group:


May 16-19, 2019
La Foret Conference & Retreat Center, between Colorado Springs & Denver, CO
Sponsored by Living Earth Church
It's an exciting four-day-long camping festival of music, magic, and spiritual connection for all ages. Come celebrate Beltane and the beginning of summer! Musicfest with over 7 different performances by local, national, and internationally-known artists - performances to be announced soon! Huge maypole dance, multiple rituals and ceremonies. Community campfires and drum circles. Workshops, classes, and the NeoPagan NeoHighland Games. Merchants Row, hot showers, fantastic food, and Wi-Fi.


May 16-19, 2019
Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, TN
Now in our 15th year! A three day family friendly event in the beautiful Tennessee hills with workshops, rituals, shopping and great food! We offer children and teen activities. There is some cabin space available and plenty of tent camping. Guest Presenters: Oberon Zell, Christopher Penczak, Raven Grimassi & Stephanie Taylor, Dorothy Morrison, M. R. Sellars.


May 16-19, 2019
Buffalo Gap Retreat, Capon Bridge, WV
With so many tumultuous events churning in the world and in our own lives, we come together for healing and strength this year with the theme "Unity through Community". This is the year that we focus on how we can build our communities, contribute to the greater good, and make this world a better place for every creature. What's kept this festival going for over 20 years now, making it the longest-running pagan festival in Virginia (now expanded to West Virginia)? The people. The community. There truly is magic in this eclectic gathering of spiritual people. We have something for everyone at this family friendly gathering! Included in the price of admission: Children's events (including a children's maypole)! General workshops that range in topics from drumming to spell work to gardening to everyday subjects like pagan parenting and leadership! Music and karaoke! Rituals! And the Inner Sanctum, a private area to explore topics related to sacred sexuality for those who are 18 years and over. (But don't worry--we're family friendly, so the IS is well secluded from prying eyes, so everyone who attends can feel comfortable.) Please visit us at our website and on Facebook at "Blue Ridge Beltane-Virginia" to find out more about this extraordinary event!


May 17-19, 2019
5 Outback Lane, Casa, AR
A family friendly gathering of olde where we cook, eat, talk, teach, learn, drum, sing & dance around the fire with our spiritual kindred and those not yet known. This will be a truly spiritual event, where we will gather in the ways of olde , sharing food, knowledge and joy. Conventional vending will not be at this event but we hope everyone will bring items to barter, trade of sale at their tent, sharing what they make, gather or have. Meal packages will not be provided this year as we hope that all will gather under the long tent and share its tables and feast with items they want to share. A cooking area will be provided for everyone to prepare what they have brought to share. Ritual, music, drumming, dancing, learning, teaching, sharing and connecting to each other and the Divine. All are welcome to teach and all are welcome to learn. This is an exciting time as we get to share ritual and love.
The site has five open acres for primitive tent/RV camping, toilets, and a shower, and a 30x60 community kitchen and feasting area ( please bring a chair). Electricity provided for medical necessity only upon request and cell phone re-charging station. Service animals only please. A child safe environment because our young are our future. Sponsored by Congregation of the Mistletoe, Congregation Guardians of the Olde Ways, and by the members of your communities, covens & clans. A true Gathering of All Paths.


May 17-19, 2019
Camp Midian, Springville, IN
Want to experience your first festival? Been a while and you miss them? Come join the fun! Dance or grab your drums! This is how community is spun! New friends more than welcome! Come enjoy fire, Gods, and Goddesses! Make old friends, learn new things, share old wisdom, find new family!
Horn & Honey is a place to learn, explore and share being followers of dieties of masculine and feminine power and manifestation. A place for sharing knowledges gained and experiences shared in service and exploration of Gods and Goddesses that have horns and bear fruit. A gathering of Earth worshipers, folowers of Shamanic paths and devotees of the powers manifested in the duality of feminine and masculine archetypes.
Horn and Honey is a place to celebrate new life both in the ground and in human and animal wombs. Revel in the apex of the Sun's peak of power, when the world is bathed in light for the longest of the year. Walk through the trees and dance round the fire to celebrate plowed fields and bounty awaiting.
Come join us as we look inward and outward to explore ourselves and the world around us and dance, drum and sing in praise of Gods and Goddesses.


May 19, 2019
Coonskin Park, 2000 Coonskin Drive, Charleston, WV

Witches and Pagans gathering together once again in true Pagan fashion. Sing, chant, drum and dance. Feast and make merry! This annual Event has been reaching out to our Wiccan/Pagan community since 2008. Attendance has more than tripled in this time and we expect to continue this growth year after year. You can expect to enjoy live pagan music and dance performances, a host of vendors and merchants, Maypole Dances for children and adults, Beltaine Ritual, Chant and Drumming circles and more! We are totally donation-supported so this event can be enjoyed by all who wish to participate. Your Favorite Craft Folks and Artisans returning to Merchants Circle where you can browse and shop for everything from hand cut and wrapped Stone Jewelry, Staves, Staves and Wands, Magickal Oils and Herbs, Candles and Incenses, Books, Music CDs, Original Art, Statuary and Plaques, Tarot decks and locally Witch-crafted Runes, Handcrafted Eco-friendly garments, charms, baubles, soaps, potions and lotions and more, more, more! Be sure to bring a 20-foot length of 2 1/2-3 inch wide ribbon for each Maypole Dance participant (Ribbon will be available for those who need it) This event is absolutely FREE! Alcohol and Drug-Free! Drama- free, Attitude-Free!


May 22-27, 2019
Western MA
Organized by EarthSpirit Community

The EarthSpirit Community and Tamelin Productions invite you to join us for the annual Rites of Spring -- a gathering open to all who celebrate the sacred nature of the Earth. Each May since 1979, around Memorial Day our community re-emerges as 500 participants from all over the United States and abroad come together to live and learn, work and play in a setting apart from our everyday lives.


May 23-27, 2019
StoneCreed Grove, ADF
Tredara, Bennett Rd, Madison, OH
Wellspring Gathering is an international A.D.F. event put on by Stone Creed Grove, A.D.F. for the entire community to come together in frith with friends, family and folk. It is also the site of the Annual ADF Meeting. This will be our Grand Symbel year, so bring your grove/group banners to display proudly as we install the new Archdruid along with other new Mother Grove members. As we have done in the past there will be Bardic, Brewers, Artisans & Warriors competitions, as well as a community shrine, classes and rituals throughout the weekend. Also included will be co-op childcare and children's classes.


May 22-27, 2019
Lothlorien Nature Sanctuary, Bedford/Needmore, IN
Community fertile earth folklife festival open to everyone. Includes musical and theatrical performances, primitive camping, fellowship, seasonal rites and ceremonies, semi-annual Grand Council-with VP election results, kids' activities, workshops and discussion circles, all-night drumming and dancing, etc. Visit us on-line for complete and updated details. Proceeds benefit Lothlorien Nature Sanctuary and Elvin HOME, Inc. Also available: vending sites for browsing and shopping, food for a nominal fee from the cafe in the Radiance Hall and other possible dining options, hot showers, a dish washing station, drinkable water, fire wood for use at community fire pits.


May 23-27, 2019
Camp Gaea, McLouth, KS
Sponsored by Heartland Spiritual Alliance
Over 27 years ago, a small group of visionary pagans deliberated, planned and brought forth the first pagan festival to be held in the Kansas City area, and it has grown to become one of the largest pagan festivals in the entire country. Owned and cared for by Earth Rising, Incorporated, Gaea's 368 quiet acres hold some 1,000 to 1,300 pagans each memorial weekend. Beginning with Opening Ritual on Thursday evening and continuing through the Memorial Day Closing Ritual, Heartland Pagan Festival offers well-known pagan authors and performers on an up-close and personal basis to curious and interested seekers of education and entertainment. Heartland Pagan Festival always strives to offer something of interest for everyone. But Heartland is about much more than entertainment and getting your books autographed. Each year, in addition to our featured guests' presentations, our attendees offer an amazing range of workshops and rituals designed to educate, enlighten and encourage understanding and acceptance of other paths and beliefs.


May 23-27, 2019 (Memorial Day Weekend, Thursday-Monday)
Roxanna, Auburn, AL

Moondance celebrates the dance of the seasons, and will include classes, workshops, a pot-luck feast, a group ritual, and drum circles.
The festival is at a primitive camping site; i.e., plenty of camping space, hot showers, a pavilion, but no cabins. There are hotels within 30 miles. Pets allowed ($35 fee), clothing optional.
IMPORTANT: Moondance is LGBTQ-friendly. We do not tolerate implicit, implied, verbal, emotional, or physical violence towards our LGBTQ friends.


May 30-June 2, 2019
Four Quarters Farm, Artemas, PA
For three nights, step outside of your usual activities and into a conscious process, immersing yourself in the complex metaphors, archetypes, and images of Alchemy. The gathering is our Laboratory, and the sacred fire is our vessel where we transform our personal Lead into purest Gold. Turn your energies into rhythm, song, dance and symbol; speak your truths, listen to others, and step into sacred space to shine. Experiment with ways of being and relating in a safe and accepting context. Stay up all night and greet the rising sun. Fires Rising celebrates creating a present of our own choosing. We support one another while taking personal responsibility for our own safety, healing, entertainment and engagement in this process. In that spirit, we refrain from alcohol and other mind-altering substances. Fire, Community, Creativity, and the Night are our active ingredients. All faiths are welcome here, and all ability levels. Bring your whole Self; your strengths and talents as well as your hurts. Bring on the didgeridoos, gongs, singing bowls, frame drums, incenses and oils, the drums, chants, spoken word, dance, painting, fire spinning, theater, decorations - and most of all, your love and kindness.


June 1-2, 2019
Tower Grove Park, Grand & Magnolia, St. Louis, MO
10 am- 5 pm daily

Join us for the 24th Annual Pagan Picnic. This year's theme is "Community Connections" Saturday's events are from 10:00 to 7:00; Sunday's events are from 10:00 to 5:00. As always, we are located in beautiful Tower Grove park. This don't-miss-it event features more than 50 vendors, a dozen performing groups from belly dancers to bands and solo singers, workshops for adults and children, and rituals. This is the biggest event of its kind in the United States, and it's all free and open to the public! Come join us for a day of music, conversation, and renewal.


June 6-9, 2019
Northeast Pennsylvania

Join us for a new journey among familiar traditions this year. We will continue to honor the Triple Goddess with many paths toward experiencing a deeper dimension of yourself. The SacredFire, Lakota Inipi SweatLodge and Red Tent await you. You are invited to participate in enthralling rituals, experiential workshops, drumming and singing circles. There is Gyrlspace for the young and a marketplace for all to enjoy the creations of craftswomyn.


June 7-8, 2019
Central New Jersey

A weekend-long Sumerian Renaissance Faire! Throw off the cares of the modern world and immerse yourself in Babylonian culture and worship for the weekend with us! Join Hands of Change Coven in Central NJ for a weekend full of workshops, classes, a full moon ritual, drum circles, kids' activities, vendors and more! This festival is in honor of Ishtar (also known as Inanna and Astarte) which introduces you to the Babylonian pantheon, helps you learn a little about our Pagan roots in the fertile crescent of Mesopotamia and fills you with festivity and delight. Come in costume and get a free crescent roll!


June 7-9, 2019
West Plains, MO

Three Gates Gathering ~ A Mystery School. Purpose: To provide information on particular topics through the free exchange of ideas in a discussion format; To provide an atmosphere of love, acceptance, and tolerance; To support the spiritual practices of all groups that follow the mandate to Preserve the Craft and/or Be At One with the Earth. With Special Musical Guests, Mama Gina LaMonte and Rowena of the Glen.


June 8-9, 2019
VFW Grounds, Fair Oaks, CA
delightful events of vendors, performers, and presenters distilled down from the best of the best of magical festivals over the past fifteen years, PanGaia Festival invites you to be a part of its maiden voyage as it launches on June 20, 2015 for the Summer Solstice weekend. Key staff members from festivals of the past came together to form the North Western Circles Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to hosting high quality magical events and raising funds for local charities.
PanGaia Festival is about the fostering of loving and joyful relationship in the magical community and working together to learn create a blessed and fun-filled event for those who wish to celebrate Litha, the Summer Solstice.
This event will include contests, raffles, a children's area, awesome food vendors, live music, authors, fabulous performers imagine a Pagan County Fair atmosphere. After the sun goes down, the energy shifts into more adult-oriented entertainment with PanGaia After Dark.


June 6-9, 2019
Camp Midian, Springville, IN
Theme: Gimel/Priestess; Ages 21+ ONLY!The Babalon Rising Festival is a place for occultists of all kinds to come together to discuss and perform magick and ritual, and to live the law of Thelema in a clothing-optional, primitive camping environment. Babalon Rising encourages self-exploration, spontaneous ritual, and lively magick.


June 11-16, 2019
Camp Ramblewood, Darlington, MD
A sacred, family-friendly midsummer festival. This year's featured performers: SJ Tucker, Hvbris, David London. Classes and workshops for everybody, for kids, for teens, and for adults, rituals, sweats, concerts and performances, merchants, and drumming and dancing by the lakeside fire circle. There are full kids' and teens' programming tracks, in addition to robust offerings for adults. Learn to spin fire! Reconnect to your sacred self in ritual! Drum and dance the night away! This festival is put on by the community, for the community. Pricing options range from full week to weekend to day pass, and you have your choice of shared cabin camping or private tenting on the beautiful grounds of Camp Ramblewood. Don't miss it!! Get up-to-date news on the festival via the FSA Facebook group or the FSA twitter feed.


June 16-23, 2019
Eagle Cave Resort, Blue River, WI
The Earth House Midsummer Gathering is where you can have fun with others who share Earth-reverent beliefs. This will be a week of celebration and of sharing, of learning and of honoring one another’s unique rituals and talents. Meet new people, learn new ways, and… Play like Pagans!


June 16-23, 2019
Sponsored by: Circle Sanctuary
Hannon's Camp America Campground, near Oxford, OH
One of the oldest and largest of the Pagan festivals, held annually since 1981, is a special week long festival that celebrates the Summer Solstice, Pagan culture, and the spiritual dimensions of Nature. PSG brings Pagans from many paths and from places across the country together to share ideas, knowledge, energy, music, rituals, friendship, and celebration with each other. Participants live cooperatively for the week within a totally Pagan community. PSG has more than 150 scheduled activities each year, including rituals, workshops, concerts, and networking meetings. Rituals will be led by a variety of facilitators in different traditions, including Summer Solstice Rituals, a Magical Gift Circle, a Candlelight Labyrinth of 1000 candles, Drum Circles, Sweatlodge ceremonies, Rites of Passage, plus Women's and Men's Rituals. Evening concerts will be performed by various nationally known Pagan artists, including Coyote Run, The One Hat Band, Spiral Rhythm, Green Grown, and Michelle the violinist extraordinare. Workshops are given daily on a wide range of Pagan topics. Previous subjects have included Wiccan Ways, Goddess Spirituality, Celtic Studies, Creative Arts, Healing, Shamanism, Chanting, Dancing, Drumming Techniques, and various Networking meetings. Special programming will include a Leadership Institute for Pagan ministers that will include an intensive on enhancing rites of passage, training for Pagan prison ministry, working with the media, and other topics of interest to Pagan leaders. Other programming will include workshops for Pagan youth, performing arts, late night ecstatic dancing with bonfires and drumming, a Pagan marketplace, and much more. PSG has always been an opportunity for spiritual renewal, networking, education, and cultural enrichment. Join us as together we create a Pagan Town and immerse ourselves in Pagan community for the week.
Contact Circle to receive the PSG Brochure, which has complete details and a registration form, or see our website. Discounts are available for early registration, and final registration closes in late May/early June. Contact: PSG, Circle Sanctuary, PO Box 9, Barneveld, WI 53507 USA; (608) 924-2216;


June 17-23, 2019
Presented by Wisteria Event Site
Wisteria Event Site, near Athens, OH
Manifesting a week-long magical village celebrating eco-spiritual culture. Community- driven activities blended with performance and ceremony create rich opportunity for personal development and group transformation. Featuring eco-activist and spiritual author Starhawk, Three-night Alchemifire Ceremony with Jeff McBride, Owain Phyfe and more. Two stages for music and performance, bonfire drumming and dancing, workshops, rites of passage, merchanting, fire-spinning, bliss, family-friendly.


June 18-23, 2019
Sponsored by Pagan Educational Network Inc.
Rising Sun Camp Ground near Knox, IN

Six full days of Pagan activites! The best pagan mini-fest in the Midwest, offering an eclectic mix of rituals, workshops, drumming and concerts. Join us as we create a magickal family atmosphere for spiritual growth and relaxation. We welcome all faiths including Asatru, Native American, Druidism, Faeri, Paganism, Wicca, Ceremonialism, and all other natural spiritualities. The site offers tent, pop-up, or trailer camping. Electric and water are available. This is a pre-register event only! Also, we are not allowing pets and/or familiars. Event begins on Wednesday at noon, Register before June 1st for discount rates. Join our Yahoo group ChrysalisMoon1 for information and registration forms, or you can email us at for more info.


June 20-23, 2019
Wayne County Fairgrounds, Belleville, MI
Michigan Pagan Festival is the premier outdoor Pagan and holistic event in Michigan. For 4 days at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Belleville, MI Pagans of ALL types from around the globe, including the curious, come together as a community to share and learn from one another in a peaceful, open and tolerant nature setting. Our event offers a variety of entertainment, workshops with renowned Pagan authors, Psychic readers, vendors and merchants, children's programs, a fire circle with drumming, and discussions with Community Elders and Leaders. Our concession stand offers a variety of fresh cooked food with vegetarian and gluten free options. Come meet some old friends and make some new ones! Michigan Pagan Festival is the only time the Wayne County Fairgrounds allow camping on site. Camping is paid through the Fairgrounds rated per night per tent. So squeeze everyone you know into your tent! Showers, bathrooms and RV hook ups are on site.


June 20-23, 2019
Raven-Wolf Nature Sanctuary, near Cambridge, OH
The idea behind the original Goddess Gathering was to create an event where no one would be made to feel like an outsider; where people would be encouraged to bring their uniqueness and participate; where they would feel safe to be who they are and worship their spiritual path. After years of absence from the Pagan/Wiccan/magickal community, we return this year to offer you those things and more. There will be five days of workshops, rituals, a drumming circle & more. We invite you to come and join like-minded people as we once more gather for the Summer Solstice on Pagan-owned and maintained land.


June 20-23, 2019
Ffynnon, Portland, OR
SunFest is a 4 day camping festival celebrating the Summer Solstice. You are invited to join us for rituals, workshops, Sacred Fire in the Dionysus Grove, children's activities, a raffle:, a Tantric Temple, a potluck dinner on Saturday evening, a potlatch gift exchange, dancing and drumming around the main fire, hiking on the numerous and beautiful trails around the site, and a Sunday brunch.
Facebook event page.


June 21-23, 2019
Angeles National Forest at Bandido Group Campground, Palmdale, CA

"Roots to Branches." We have rituals, workshops, drum circles, hikes and other magical things to do as we build community across traditions. We hope you will join us as a participant and if you have something you would like to share with the community, sign up to facilitate a workshop, ritual or other event at the camp out. This is a family friendly event, children under 18 are free with their parent(s) attendance.


June 23-30, 2019
Mendocino Woodlands, Northern CA

This is an extraordinary event for extraordinary people. Share in a week of Reclaiming style, earth based spirituality and magic. Come and study magic and ritual in a week long Intensive. Witchcamp is offered to all genders at all levels of experience. Newcomers can learn the basic skills of magic and ritual, working with the elements, movement, sound and the mythological and historical framework of the Goddess Tradition. Advanced classes offer the chance to apply the tools of ritual to personal healing and empowerment, or a focus on taking the Craft out into the world, creating public ritual, ongoing groups, and healing issues surrounding leadership and power. This event is a deeply moving, life changing week and also a constant experiment in temporary village life. We will also look at ways of bringing this work and inspiration into our everyday lives. Creating powerful, joyful times. This intensive is not a festival. It will expand your unconscious awareness, push your edges and likely change your life. The intensive is sequestered for the entire 7 days. Please plan to attend the entire week. Also, we don't allow children due to the intensity of the week.


July 9-14, 2019
Wisteria, in Pomeroy, OH
Starwood is a HUGE festival which has been running for over 35 years. Starwood Festival is a celebration of diversity and alternative belief systems. A six-day, five night clothing-optional camping event with over 150 workshops, lectures and performances covering many fields, disciplines and cultures. A family-friendly event with co-op child care, a Kid Village, concerts, parades, merchants, bonfires, drumming, dancing, jamming and parties.


July 10-14, 2019
New Lebanon, NY
We celebrate life and spirit through the pathways of music, movement, voice, Seva (or service), and the Mysteries, focused in the medium of the sacred all-night fire circle.
During the day, you can explore many types of artistic, expressive, and spiritual practices via workshops, affinity groups, jams, or just hanging out with new friends in the community/merchant circle. When the sun goes down, fire-spinners light up the night to the sounds of amazing drumming, poetry jams flow, chants are shared, and people rest or socialize while preparing for intentional fire-lighting ceremonies that begin an all-night celebration of the sacred in each of us.
SpiritFire provides a nourishing and inspirational environment in which drummers, dancers, chanters, poets, visual artists, and seekers of all types can both honor individual diversity yet share a common and powerful bond at the fire. Each night we acknowledge our connections in the spirit of joyous celebration, deep listening, infectious groove, and ecstatic trance!


July 15-21, 2019
Brushwood, Sherman, NY
Brushwood's Sankofa Festival returns to Brushwood's roots and continues to promote an open, accepting and safe environment that allows participants the freedom to have fun and celebrate the creative spirit. The festival takes place the week BEFORE Sirius Rising. The focus has been on community and frivolity, while embracing different learning paths from specialized tutors. Sirius Rising focuses on ritual and elemental aspects whereas this festival has more focus on the following three things: 1. Having fun and being creative 2. Learning different pathways 3. Sharing within our community. So whether you are interested in more focused workshop experience or simply relaxing and having fun, come and enjoy a great time with the Brushwood community. There are over 100 workshops and performances.


July 22-28, 2019
Brushwood, Sherman, NY
Come participate in Brushwood's Sirius Rising festival and enjoy the opportunity to participate in creative expression and personal growth. Sirius Rising is an eclectic week-long festival that nurtures creative and spiritual potential by bringing together, involving and teaching the community. The experience encourages participation in the universal creation process, opening participants to the unique relationship between the Land, the community and the festival at Brushwood. If you are interested in participating in workshops, drumming and dancing around the fire, or simply relaxing with friends or family in the great outdoors, Sirius Rising is the place for you. Show your spirit during Sirius Rising by wearing the colors to honor the elements: Monday Air (yellow), Tuesday Fire (red), Wednesday Water (blue), Thursday Earth (green), and Friday Spirit (white & purple). Sirius Rising features over 100 workshops and hands-on activities, participation encouraged: Mind-body-spirit, arts, dance, Chi Kung, fire dancing/spinning, drumming, sacred fires, kids and teen programs. Performances all week! There's entertainment every evening on the main pavilion stage. Drum and dance all night around the Sirius Rising bonfire.


July 26-28, 2019
Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve, near Barneveld, WI
A celebration of the ancient Celtic Fire Festival known as Lammas or Lughnassadh. A three day festival with workshops and events by Selena Fox and more! Featuring live music.


August 5-11, 2019
Atchingtan in Finlayson, MN
Wholly unique and unlike any other large-scale public pagan event, Sacred Harvest Festival is a overwhelmingly friendly and family-oriented Pagan gathering hosted by Harmony Tribe, a magic tribal community celebration of earth-based nature spirituality. We are THE family-based tribal gathering of pagans in the Midwest!
Our festival held in an amazing, majestic grove of tall oaks overlooking a lake. All who embrace Nature Spirituality, Shamanism, Wicca or Pagan earth-based beliefs are welcomed to come and celebrate. This gathering includes workshops, rituals, drum circles, dancing, merchants, activities for teens and children. We will inspire and take you on a journey to find happiness and magick, and as always, add many surprises along the way!
Join us to honor the Earth, the Harvest and the blessings of the Sky, while enjoying the benefits of a tribal community. We have built Sacred Harvest Festival around that spirit you take home with you, and the bounty will grow this year!


August 7-11, 2019
Dragonfest is a large, regional, neopagan spiritual retreat held in the mountains of Colorado each August. People of all religions and spiritual traditions are welcome at Dragonfest, but workshops and rituals focus on various Neopagan, Wiccan, and other Earth-based spiritual practices. Dragonfest of Colorado, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation registered in the state of Colorado whose mission includes bringing the retreat to fruition.


August 22-25, 2019
Camp Cedarcrest, 886 Mapledale Rd, Orange, CT
Harvest Gathering is a unique and magical festival that balances a strong focus on spiritual education with a fun, unplugged, and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy a mythical adventure through workshops, classes, rituals, and entertainment. Pack your wings and be transported to the Light and Dark Faery Courts in the evenings and dine with Fae Royalty. Dance and frolic with satyrs, dryads, and goblins! Shop for magically crafted goodies from our many vendors, adorn your skin with mystical henna designs, get an insightful reading, or ease your mind and body after a long day of classes with a massage or reflexology session. Camp Cedarcrest offers a wonderful, close- knit community atmosphere that encourages a village-like setting. There are cabins and plenty of space for tenting. Look around to find some amazing spiritual spots for ritual, meditation, and hidden natural treasures. Activities: Evening fire circles, drumming and dancing, daily rituals, day and evening entertainment, rave in the light of the Faery Seelie Court, get primal around the fire of the Faery UnSeelie Court, awesome vendors, unique raffle items, henna tattoos and body art, massage and reflexology therapists, classes and workshops from world-renounced authors and community leaders: Ronald Hutton, Stephanie Taylor, Raven Grimassi, Courtney Weber, Stephanie Woodfield, Patricia Lafayllve, Bernadette Montana, Morgan Daimler, Jessica Hunter, Robert Wandell, Lisa Tonner, Cori Burke.


August 23-25, 2019
Camp Midian, Springville, IN
This retreat was designed to honor different Goddesses from various world cultures each year. Throughout the course of the retreat each of the selected Goddesses for this year will be invoked by all participants for two hours each. During that time we will share stories of that Goddess, perform group activities in honor of Her, and look to Her stories and our inner wisdom for Her lessons in our own lives. At the end of each two hour session we will release that Goddess's energy, and have time for quiet reflection. Retreats can deal with difficult subjects and can be challenging to the participants. If you have attended outdoor festivals before, you will find this retreat will be different from past events. Retreat participants are encouraged to be present at all retreat events from Friday to Sunday, not including campsite set-up and tear-down.


August 28-September 2, 2019
Four Quarters Farm, Artemas, PA
A six-day ceremonial intensive that culminates with a tribe of a people, a community, raising two Standing Stones, using ropes, rollers and a lot of hard work. Join us for a Celtic inspired complex of service, ceremony, and celebration. Every hand is needed, every task important, every breath a blessing on the Great Work for our great grandchildren, Seven Generations down the line.


September 21, 2019, 1-6 pm
Location TBD
Celebrating Pagan Unity! Followed by: Sublime Elms Mabon and Autumn Equinox at 7:00 pm.


September ??, 2019
Sponsored by Church of the Spiral Tree (CST)
Davis Arboretum, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Vendors welcome! Please see our website for information on signing up as a vendor, or volunteering to lead a class or provide entertainment.


October 3-6 OR 17-20, 2019
Roxanna, Auburn, AL

FallFling is a celebration of the fall season, and will include classes, workshops, a pot-luck feast, an open group ritual, bonfires, and dancing.
The festival is at a primitive camping site; the site has running water, electricity, and hot showers, but no cabins and NO HEAT! Please plan accordingly. If you don't want to camp, there are hotels within 30 miles. Pets allowed ($25 fee), clothing optional.
IMPORTANT: FallFling is LGBTQ-friendly. We do not tolerate implicit, implied, verbal, emotional, or physical violence towards our LGBTQ friends.


October 9-12, 2019
Bear Creek Lake State Park, Cumberland, VA

The theme of our first gathering is "Discovering Arcadia: Empowering Queer Men's Spirituality." Our patron deity this year will be the Greek god, Pan. Pan was one of the primary patrons of ancient Arcadia. He is the god of the wild, shepherds and flocks, nature, rustic music, and sexuality. Pan is known for chasing both nymphs and shepherds alike.


October 11-14, 2019
Western MA
Organized by EarthSpirit Community

Twilight Covening is a three-day institute of earth-spirituality held within a continual three- day ritual. It is a time for exploring ways to deepen earth-centered spiritual practice and a time to develop our collective wisdom in a shared sacred space.


October 17-20, 2019
Spirit Haven Ranch, Flatonia, TX
Presented by The Council of Magickal Arts, Inc.

Come join us for 4 days and 3 nights of revelry, learning, and ritual.


October 19, 2019
Royalty House, 8201 E 13 Mile Rd, Warren, MI
The festival you know, and love, is evolving into a new format. We changed locations to a beautiful indoor venue. Enjoy the comforts of a relaxed atmosphere in the Royalty House of Warren, Michigan. Experience the face to face adventure of learning from magicians and spiritualists as they share their skills and stories. Between classes, take a stroll over to the free Midwest Witches Bazaar and Conjure Faire and shop til you drop. Later that evening, if you are able to get a ticket, dance at the region's premier entertainment event for magical folk, the Michigan Witches Ball! We are also the hosts of The Michigan Witches Ball and the Midwest Witches Bazaar and Conjure Faire. Like our page at




October 19, 2019
Royalty House, 8201 E 13 Mile Rd, Warren, MI

Midwest Witches Bazaar: 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Our Witches' Bazaar will be FREE and open to the public. At this time we have scheduled 27 vendors and readers to be available to all. Our artists and vendors will fill the Hall of the Met with their Magickal Marketplace, a tempting bazaar of colors, smells, textures and sounds. They offer for sale the beautiful, the exotic and the magickal. Buy your witchy gifts from that unique assortment of wares that you can only find together in one place at the Witches' Ball!.
7:00 pm-1:00 am: Midwest Witches' "Steampunk" Ball: Where Magick Meets Machine. Dress to impress! 21 and over only. Come join us later for our magickal night of music, food, and dancing with Pagans, Witches, Druids, Goths, Vamps, Faerie Folk, Magickal Folk and others who defy description.


October 24-27, 2019
San Bernardino, CA
A gathering for Amazons, Dianic Witches, and Goddess women. Gift yourself an opportunity to unplug in nature! Feed your senses, mind, heart and soul by joining open-hearted women in a weekend filled with workshops, rituals, archery, divination, singing, dance, drumming, feminism and community-building. The event is located at a tranquil 17-acre retreat center nestled among the trees, walking trails, labyrinth, Jacuzzi, heated cabins, hot showers and prepared meals.


October 25-27, 2019
Prince William Forest Park, Triangle, VA
Join us as we connect with the Ancestors, the Divine, and each other in the woods of Prince William Forest Park! We will be offering in-depth workshops, rituals, drumming, storytelling, revelry, and great food. Come help us say farewell to the end of the harvest as we welcome the dark time of the year. Hallowed Homecoming: A Samhain Retreat is a camping 3-day retreat in the cabins and woods of Prince William Forest Park in Northern Virginia. Here, we will step in to sacred space for the weekend to celebrate the end of the harvest and the new year, to connect with our ancestors, learn, and connect as a community.


October 31-Novemer 3, 2019
Ocala, FL
Presented by TAG.

2018 Festivals


April 5-8, 2018 (NO 2019 EVENT)
Pierson, FL
Equinox in the Oaks is a new Earth-centered, ethically-focused, family-affirming Magical Immersion Weekend in Florida for the Spring Equinox. Are you interested in vending at Equinox in the Oaks? The cost for the 4 days is $75. Vendors pay an additional $25. We do have limited slots overall (especially Cabin space) so now is the time to let us know you can join us! There is cabin space for 50, tent camping is also available. There is 1 bath house with 4 showers and 4 toilets, 3 fire rings, and a very peaceful vibe under the magnificent old oak trees. We are also accepting workshop submissions! This event was built by friends on the cornerstones of altar work (tending our spirit), land work (respect for land), and tribal work (building community). Come join in and experience the birth of a new spiritual festival and make friends with the land and us too! More info: Facebook group.


April ??, 2019 (2019 DATE TBA)
Fort Myers, FL
CUUPS (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans) will be convening at the UU Congregation of Fort Myers, FL and their CUUPS chapter is our host. It is wonderful to have chapters to work with on this. I have a vision for the organization to create venues to connect in many regions across the country and continent. This way we can get to know one another and create an incredibly vibrant organization! There will be adult, teen and young people programs for all ages. There will be teen led circles as well as youth caucus events. Our theme is: Ignite the Flame: Creating Diverse Earth-Centered Communities.


May 4-6, 2018
Spoutwood Farm, 4255 Pierceville Rd., Glen Rock, PA

Once upon a time, two realms existed side by side Join four Faerie tribes, the Light and Dark Fae, and all manner of nature spirits. Featuring a new King & Queen of the May, Sprout Scouts, live music, dancing, bubbles, magicians, fairies, goblins, over 70 faerie craft vendors, and more winged things than you can count! Meet special guests Charles Vess and Twig the Fairy, enjoy the Appalachian steampunk sounds of Tuatha Dea, experience the ancient thundering war drums and skirling dual bagpipes of Cu Dubh, and delight in the vaudeville charm and pixie spirit of Frenchy and the Punk! Activities for the young, and young-at-heart, include Maypole dancing, parades, Fairie and Gnome Village Tours, the Fairie Welcome Center, a Fairie Treasure Hunt, tea parties, puppet shows, storytellers, and more! Humans and fae of all ages are welcome to explore our Fairie Maze, the Dark Faerie Realm, an outreach area with live animals, drum circles, the meditation labyrinth, and the many nature paths filled with wonder, and fairie friends.


July 27-29, 2018
Ben Lomond, CA
This is your invitation to participate in something extra-ordinary. This is your invitation to a challenge, a rite, and an ordeal. This is your invitation to an event that is unusual, magical, and profound. Too often we get wrapped up in our day-to-day and feel disconnected, stuck, lost, or at a loose end. We've allowed worries to chase us around. We've lost contact with the beauty that we are. We need to escape, to get outside. We need to experience ourselves fresh and unmediated. We need to reclaim what animates us, what brings us joy, what give us a clear sense of ourselves, of our place, and of our purpose. We need a method, an approach, a ritual, to shake us up, to wake us up, to transform our experience. We need an ecstatic fire circle ceremony. Our format is both simple and ancient. We come to together under the stars, surrounded by trees, to sing, speak, dance and drum around a fire for three nights until dawn. The cool night air, the mountains, the trees, the sound of the drums, the warmth of the fire, the eyes of our friends, conspire to bring us back into our bodies, fully present, breaking down our resistances, letting us be ourselves more fully. Together we journey into the night, playing, dancing and singing our hearts' song. Together we hold this space as sacred, allowing it to be the crucible that brings us into contact with the mysterious, that bubbles spontaneously up from within and without. We open ourselves up to the power of the moment to connect us again with places of deep truth. This is not a meditation retreat, it is an ecstatic advance! It is an injection of spirit, of energy, of connection to source. Will you join us for this ritual?
Ignite is a four day and three night fire circle ceremony, in the Santa Cruz mountains, near Ben Lomond, CA, with dancing, drumming, singing, ritual, workshops and community. This is your invitation to join us for fun, laughter, magic, transformation and connection. Should I bring a drum? Yes, please! Bring your hand drum, your didgeridoo, shakers, bells, any instrument to play in support of our ritual. We're not performing songs; music is our magical container. Do I need special skills? This work does not require any particular belief or training. We honor people of all traditions and paths or none. This is magic created spontaneously by us the participants. Each person brings a valued contribution. So bring an offering, whether it is your music, your dance, your story-telling, your poetry, your costumes, or bring none of these things and come exactly as you already are. For this assignment you will need you, yourself and your courage to try. This isn't a performance you witness, it's a rite you participate in. We are co-creators of the magic. There is no right way to do it. We improvise. The form as ancient as people. We know how to do this, because it is in our bones. You are welcome here. Bring your whole self. And find yourself anew.


August 18, 2018
Watertown, NY
Adding a little light and magic to Upstate New York, the Faery and Earth Festival is back for its fourth year! This year is bound to be the biggest and best yet, with vendors, entertainment, workshops, and community building! Atop these wondrous offerings, guests may take part in our harvest ritual, led by Syracuse University Pagan Chaplain, Rev Mary Hudson! We look forward to seeing you there, Blessed Be!


September 7-9, 2018
Our Haven, French Lick, IN
The Female Body The Our Haven Women's Gathering was established as a way for the women of the Our Haven Community to come together as women. In current society we are most often separated into small family units. We generally grow up with our mothers and sisters as the only other women in our lives. There are those of us who are lucky enough to also have grandmothers, aunts and sometimes close friends. However, rarely does this amount to community. In reality, our larger culture cultivates rather toxic relationships between women. Society expects us to be competitive and catty toward one another. At Our Haven we are striving to reject these notions. We wish to come together and rebuild what modern society has torn down. There will be kid's activities for the young ladies in attendance. Also, we will have physical activities for the adult women such as Zumba, Yoga and Belly Dancing. Ladies of all ages who live their daily lives as women are welcome to attend. Our Haven is home to many lifestyles, religions and backgrounds. Come and commune with us! Nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of southern Indiana's countryside is Our Haven, an 175 acre nature sanctuary of beautiful deciduous forests and reclaimed fields for all who wish to come enjoy its clear creeks, natural springs, and secluded areas.


September 16, 2018, 11 am - 5 pm
Garden Club of Jacksonville, 1005 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL
We welcome everyone to our annual, family friendly community event! Jacksonville Pagan Pride Day aims to help those of Pagan and earth-based religions foster pride in their identity as well as help the greater community better understand and accept their Pagan family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, and more! We achieve this through providing accurate information about Pagan religions, aid local charities and nonprofits, support our community, and activism. Our event is rain or shine!
Join us for a fun day of educational workshops, spiritual demonstrations, local artists and vendors, Pagan groups and covens, local nonprofits, children's activities, music, charity drives, and food. The event is free to attend; however, we greatly appreciate donations for our charity drives! We are collecting food donations for Waste Not Want Not Florida and pet food and supplies for First Coast No More Homeless Pets.
Event sponsors this year are Earth Gifts, Witch School International, Olympic House of Venus Hathor, and Mystic Card. For more information, please contact Local Coordinator at or visit
Jacksonville Pagan Pride Alliance, Inc is coordinated by the open Pagan group, Sanctuary: Realms of Spiritual Growth. We are a local chapter group of the international 501(c)3 Pagan Pride Project. Annually, there are over 120 events held by local chapters in the United States, Canada, Italy, Peru, Mexico, Chile, Columbia, Dominican Republic and Brazil.


September 29, 2018
GMU campus, Fairfax, VA


October 10-14, 2018
Presented by Wisteria Event Site
Wisteria Event Site, near Athens, OH
Autumn Fires: Harvest, Halloween and Hallows. Hardy campers celebrate seasonal color with concert, feasting, workshops, Ancestor's Shrine and campfires. Seasonal event featuring community-wide pottery workshop take your art home. All night pottery pit-firing with drumming and dancing. A kid's paradise with cooperative play, crafts and other seasonal activities. Family friendly. Day pass available.

SC Upstate Pagan Pride Day

October 13, 2018, 10 am-6 pm
Maynard Community Center, 1127 Jameson Road, Easley, SC
New location! Weaving the Web and Welcoming the Harvest: Come join your local community and celebrate the Harvest season. We will have workshops, kids activities, vendors, dancing drumming and other entertainment. Bring one non-perishable food item, and one item for animal donation (preferably canned food) for our charities. Plus bring a chair or blanket to sit on during workshops and performances, notebook & pen or pencil for taking notes during workshops or networking information, money to shop with, a bag to carry your goodies with you, a drum or other percussion instrument to partake in the drumming circle. It's going to be great fun and educational to top it off ! See you there!


October 17-21, 2018
Lakeland, FL
A Pagan gathering in Central Florida. Located on I-4 midway between Tampa & Orlando. The friendliest Pagan gathering in Florida! Phoenix Phyre is located on a working ranch in Lakeland, FL, and is celebrating 20 years of festivals this year. The gathering is in open pasture land that is covered by centuries old live oaks that are full of life energy and give the land a euphoric feeling of happiness. We are very close to shopping, restaurants, and lodging, if you prefer not to camp. Please see our website for directions and a map. The main purpose of Phoenix Festivals is to build community. We try to get to know everyone that attends and make them feel that they are a part of our Phamily. We do this through community rituals, community meals, nightly drumming and dancing around the ritual fire, and other shenanigans promoting a feeling of closeness, unity, spirituality, and just plain fun away from the mundane. As with other festivals, there will be workshops, games, rituals, and drumming and dancing into the night. There will be merchants and an auction of unique items made by our own craftsmen that are unavailable anywhere else. Also, we have nightly fire spinning and are offering fire spinning workshops for those who want to give it a try. Phoenix Festivals, Inc., and the entire Phoenix Phamily would like be bid you "Hail and Welcome." Phoenix Phyre is our spring event. Autumn Meet is our fall event. You will be welcomed into the loving arms of your fellow pagans, let your hair down and be comfortable with the people who think like you. Our website,, has our registration and other information. Save some money and register today. Phoenix Festivals is a not for profit corporation owned and operated by the community it serves. WRCF - Wiccan Religious Cooperative of Central Florida sponsors Phoenix Festivals.


October 18-21, 2018
Spirit Haven Ranch, TX (South-central Texas)
As the summer fires fade to embers, join us as we move beyond the ashes of the past into a new future together. Come "home" with us for four days of spirituality, community, and celebration. Join in the magick of our nightly rituals and participate in a wide variety of workshops presented by our members and featured guest speaker. Restore your spirit in our beautiful Sacred Spaces and browse through the amazing wares offered by the merchants on Vendor's Row.


October 20, 2018, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Atlanta Friends Meeting House, 701 West Howard Ave, Decatur, GA
All over the world, local coordinators host Pagan Pride celebrations. Pagan Pride Day fosters dignity in Pagan identity through education, activism, charity, and community. Atlanta's Pagan Pride Day includes a public gathering where Pagans can network with each other as well as a food drive to share our abundant harvest with others in need. Atlanta Pagan Pride Day benefits the Atlanta Community Food Bank by asking participants to bring a minimal donation of non-perishable food, collected on Pagan Pride Day and delivered to the Food Bank. There are also merchant booths, music and dance performances, and many other activities.


October 20, 2018, 7pm-2am
The Thompson House, 24 E 3rd St., Newport, KY
This event is a benefit ball for the James Sauls Homeless Shelter in Batavia, OH.


October 20, 2018, 7 pm-2 am
The Thompson House, 24 E. 3rd Street, Newport, KY
The Ohio Valley Witches Ball presents A Mad Tea Party! Grab your hunny on Sweetest Day, and journey down the rabbit hole. This is a charity event for the James Sauls Homeless Shelter in Batavia, OH. Vendors, readers, costume contest (Alice in Wonderland theme), live music, prizes, cash bar, and more. For more information and to purchase tickets visit our website. 18+ only


November 7-11, 2018
Retreats by the Lake, 2819 Tiger Lake Rd., Lake Wales, FL 33898
Honoring Our Ancestors: Welcome to the Forest! Set up camp, commune with nature, relax, visit the vendors, attend workshops, and evening events. Headliners: Judika Illes, Byron Ballard, Christina Gaudet, Carrie Leitch, Eddie Presley Musical Headliners Brian Henke, Hecate's Wheel Drum Circle: Kelso, Becca and Friends.

2020 Festivals


April 9-12, 2020
Delta Hunt Valley Hotel, Hunt Valley, MD
The Sacred Space Conference is and annual event organized by the Sacred Space Foundation. The Between The Worlds Conference is held every several years when the stars indicate that such a gathering is needed and favored. BTW is organized by the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel. Both conferences will be merged, for just 2020, and when you register for Between The Worlds you are also registering for Sacred Space. You will have access to all the workshops and rituals from both events for the cost of one.

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