2018 Festival Map of Booths
This year we have an gorgeous new venue. We are working on the map, please be patient with us! You can follow updates and contact us on our FB event page with questions!
2018 Fairy Market Merchants
1. FaeAna’s Fairytales
2. Wasson’s Whimzies
3/4. Waltz Art & Trade
5. Tinkered by Trade
6. Pixie Dance Hoops
7. Hadron’s Mystic Emporium
8. Adorn Thy Hair
9/10. Clan Bosco
11 – 14. Royal Fairy Court
20. Kiwi’s Terpicles
22/23. Sher-leas Fantasy Candles & Live Demos
24/25. My Soulful Journey
26. Accessories of Fae
27. Green Fire Goods
28. Ginger Surprises
29. Mabel by Design
30. Game of Threads
31. White Fox Hats
32/33. Ye Olde Tupperware
34.The Enchanted Face Painter
35. Lowell’s Creations
42/43. Sylvanwoods Wings
Here you will find a place to sit with your food, or to otherwise play all manner of board and table top games with friends.
The Gobble Inn is our public use camping kitchen area. In here we will cook the Stone Soup and offer snacks and drink. Participants are welcome to prepare their own food for meals and/or the Stone Soup Potluck and Cooking Competition on Saturday night!
Camping Village (10 x 10 spaces)
–Village camping will be assigned as the date of the festival nears. If you have specific needs, please include them in your application and will will do our best to accommodate you.
–RVs are welcome, but there are no RV hook-ups or electric
Site Info & F.A.Q.
Size: Over 200,000 square feet (yep, that’s right, ginormous)!
Description: The festival will be located on a big grassy field outlined in the above map, extending back into wooded trails with intermittent stages, hollows and coves for exploring and playing. Red Hawk Avalon is WELL out of the way of the public, and secluded off the main road.
We will be dividing this field into 2 primary sectors: Fairy Market & Village Camping.
The south end of the festival is banked by a creek (swim at your own risk, no life-guards will be on duty).
Ground: The ground is a field of grass that is frequently used for both camping, vending and other events in general but is still likely to be somewhat bumpy, as it is in a woodland area. We recommend that you bring a tarp/carpeting to lay down below booths and/or tents for extra protection.
Wind: Wind is anticipated to be little to none.
Electric / Water: We are in the middle of the woods so the will be no electric publicly provided other than for our stage acts. The Kitchen / Meadery will have bottled water for donations. Potable water should be brought in by participants for their own use.
Load In / Out: Load in and out will be available all day Friday and all day Monday. Cars must be off the green by 5:00 pm Friday evening
Camping: All camping sites will be first come, first serve. Fires need to be contained in an above-ground fire pit, or in one of the on-site fire pits. 5 oil-drum burn barrels will be provided for community use.
Security: We do intend to have radioed security but recommend any valuables be personally secured as the event is held-harmless. Personal property is the ultimate responsibility of the owner.