The Saturday Night Party is a wonderful time to socialize with friends, make new friends, dance, relax, and spend some enjoyable quality time with fellow practitioners.
The party is included in your conference admission. Other like-minded people may attend for $25 each.
We will have hors d’oeuvres, nonalcoholic drinks and a cash bar.
What To Wear?
We encourage you to dress up from any time period or place, real or imagined. Victorian, steampunk, goth, cirque noir, renfaire, and fey are among the many options for the night. If that doesn’t work then go elegant, or leather and lace, or whatever your heart desires. You are one of the stars of the event and what you wear contributes to the mood for all. Even if you don’t have the time or interest to create or buy fanciful garb, we bet that you have something to wear that makes you look amazing.
This year’s party kicks off with live music from Pagan and Faerie Festival favorites Kindred Crow! Kindred Crow is a Pagan Folk project featuring Irene Glasse (Cassandra Syndrome, Imbolc Fire, Revel Moon), Ash Glasse (Cassandra Syndrome, Imbolc Fire), percussionist Strix, didgeridoo player Caine Dreamwalker, vocalist Layla, and late band member singer songwriter Kat Gray (Kat Savery, Twelve Days Dry). Kindred Crow is an acoustic journey through mystery, magic, myth, and mirth. Pagan Folk: Soaring lyrics over powerful rhythms. A little bit of magic, a dash of mystery, and a whole lot of revelry. Like their namesake, the Crows offer a musical mix that strikes a balance of compelling beauty, resonant storytelling, and more than a little bit of mischief.
The Leftovers are next! This Washington DC based cover band plays tunes from the ’60s through present day. The perfect mix of favorites for a night of dancing!