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    Lunar Faire 6/21 Pride Faire!

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    Event description

    It's Lunar Faire Pride!!!

    This is one of our most fun faires! As if we could stop them, get ready for Cookie's band of merry queens to take over the faire. After the spell, which is usually a self-affirming or healing spell, the day celebrates humanity, community, and us just being us. 

    There's an amateur drag show, the Ordinary Kids will be coming back to do a Rocky Horror Stage Show, and there are more rainbows than the entirety of Ireland. Vendors often sell specialty pride items and they decorate like crazy. I don't need to convince you, it's a really great day.

    What else are we throwing at you?

    • That unmistakable Lunar Faire vibe
    • The best, weirdest, and witchiest vendors around
    • Potions Lab (non-alcoholic)
    • Curiosities
    • Entertainments for all ages
    • Bracelet social experiment
    • Solo attendee meetup at the group spell!
    • Collectible wristband
    • Group spellmaking with the Lunar Queene
    • Lunar Care Community Resources
    • Magickal book exchange
    • Drag Show and Amateur Drag Show hosted by Cookie Doe
    • Rocky Horror Stage Show by Ordinary Kids
    • Fire dancing by Diiiotima
    • Music by Marin Contini
    • Gallery Medium Reading by Shauna the Amazing Tap Dancing Medium
    • Big 3 Roasts by Doctor Witch the Astrological Heckler
    • Sound Healing by the Divine Ensemble
    • Homespun Handmade Carousel (sometimes)
    • Things that glow
    • Drums, possibly in a circle
    • New vendors!
    • Fortunes told
    • Nighttime
    • New shit
    • Old shit
    • Whimsy
    • Sideshow acts
    • Fairy hair, henna, and face paint
    • Music: scheduled and wandering
    • Flute wizard
    • Regular wizard
    • Cool people like you
    • Cool people unlike you
    • More!?


    This is a flat fairgrounds with sections of pavement and compacted grass. Parking is on grass and the gate is accessed at the bottom of a very gradual slope. Handicap parking is available close to the front gate. Most of the vendors are on pavement or concrete with a few on grass.


    No parking fee!

    Of course, if you have an opportunity to carpool or get dropped off, that's still extremely super cool of you and allows for more attendee parking! :)

    Special Event Faire Packages

    If you are celebrating anything (birthday, anniversary, recent unemployment, high bowling score, etc.) or just want to be treated like a VIP, reach out to kryssy @ to create a custom individual or group experience.

    Day-of Tickets

    Will be available at the gate for $20.

    What to Bring

    • A flashlight! Some parts of the faire are dark!
    • Everyone you know!
    • Comfy shoes - there's a lot to see!
    • Your weird and/or witchy and/or light up garb! Or you can buy some at our merch booth!
    • Chair/blanket to rest your bones
    • A drum to drum on at the drum circle
    • A book for the magickal book exchange
    • Shopping bag, reusable cup, other waste reduction items

    Rain Date

    This is an all weather event . The only reason we would cancel is if the weather is extremely severe or like the parking fields are snow covered but our blizzard wizard is on retainer to prevent this.


    All ticket sales are final. No refunds will be issued or transfers honored for other events unless we cancel or reschedule.

    No Furry Friends Please

    Pets other than service animals are prohibited. You may have seen people bring pets. Those people might not have seen the FAQs on the website or this part of the ticket, or the posts about it, or may be ignoring all of these. But please, out of respect for the venue, and, more importantly, non-pet people, and our insurance policy, please leave your furry friends at home. You will be turned away if you have a non-service animal pet with you.


    Should I bring them?

    Depends how feral they are. If they are at least mildly civilized they’ll be thoroughly entertained and will remain undevoured.

    Are they free?

    So you decided to take the plunge and make a new generation of cool kids. Nice. 10 and under are free.

    Do a lot of kids go?

    A lot.

    I've heard this is wholesome. But is it?

    As you can see from the above questions, people proudly bring their children. Without getting into a philosophical argument about subjectivity and moral outrage, this is generally a wholesome and safe event. People are friendly, loving, inclusive, and peaceful. But it isn't sanitized. The map might say "Long-Ass Road" and our schedule includes active and participatory spellwork and we do not censor adult vendor products (though most are not overt). We occasionally sell a drink that looks like blood in a bag. But it's non-alcoholic, as are all our potions. And while there is absolutely nothing inherently dangerous to encounter, we're likely always going to walk a line of "propriety." And maybe, as a result, pioneer a whole new unapologetic version of wholesome. It is up to you and your parenting style to decide what you personally find objectionable and what is best for your own children. Our children attend.


    You might have your picture taken and we might post it on our socials. If that's a problem, tell someone.

    Covid Stuff

    Mask mandates are rapidly changing and we are a compassionate crowd! Please bring one, and wear one when appropriate or asked. We will comply with all mandates as they roll out closer to the event date and ask for your cooperation and empathy.

    Additionally, exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present; we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit. The CDC advises that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from Coronavirus. Attendees should evaluate their own risk in determining whether to attend. Don't come if you're sick, showing symptoms, or generally cantankerous. People who show no symptoms can spread Coronavirus if they are infected, any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to Coronavirus. By coming to Lunar Faire, you acknowledge and agree that you assume these inherent risks associated with attendance.

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