2019 Festival Map of Booths
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Fairyblossom Festival is an interactive event, where participants are invited to role-play, and otherwise engage as their costumed personas, with other participants, our volunteer staff, vendors and performers. When jurying vendors, willingness to participate at this interactive level as a character-persona and with your booth presentation will be preferential. It makes the experience better for everyone!
2019 Fairy Market Merchants
7. Heart Song Arts
12. StoneWolf Designs
13. StoneWolf Designs
25. Will o’the Wisp
26. Will o’the Wisp
–Vendor Camping will be complimentary, behind your booth only
–If you would like camping in the Village or the Field, regular camping fees will apply
–No RVs or Cars anywhere inside the Hedge, or the Village Meadow (excepting setup/tear down times)
–Quiet Hours are 1am – 8am
–If you have specific needs, please include them in your application and will will do our best to accommodate you, taking into account the specifications above
–RVs are welcome, but there are no RV hook-ups or electric
Site Info & F.A.Q.
Size: Meadow and Old Growth Forest, several acres
Description: The festival will be located in two parts:
1) vendors, performers, demonstrators will be in the Meadow, on the inside of the Hedgerow
2) The live-action dungeon-crawl Forest Quest, MtG and Gaming area, Tipsy Pixie, and other workshops will be located inside the forested area
There are wooded trails with intermittent stages, hollows, the river, and coves for the exploring and Questing. Red Hawk Avalon is WELL out of the way of the public, and secluded off the main road.
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 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 assigned as purchased.
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.
Parking & RVs: Approved festival vehicles ONLY in the Meadow (except for set-up/tear-down). All cars and RVs will be parked outside the Meadow, in the Field on your way in.
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.