Because after a winter like this, who wouldn’t be?
If you’re like me, you dig music festivals and Pagan music. Trouble is, there isn’t always a lot of intersection between the two– most modern music festivals are one or two bands you’ve actually gone to see, plus a bunch there to fill space. Fortunately, there’s CalderaFest— a music festival especially for Pagan music lovers.
Free up your calendar Memorial Day weekend, because Right Place, Right Time Productions has four days and three nights of fun planned– including almost thirty different Pagan artists from as far away as England. It’s also the official release party for The Green Album, a compilation of never-before-heard music by big name Pagan artists including Tuatha Dea, S.J. Tucker, Damh the Bard, Wendy Rule, and many more.
There’s more than music, too. CalderaFest has loads of workshops, nearly a hundred different vendors, and plenty of food. It’s a great way to have an awesome time, support Pagan artists, speakers, and vendors, and celebrate this year’s Beltane.
Be sure to check out the festival’s website, as well as its Facebook fan and event pages for more information on ticket availability and suggested camping supplies. Tickets to the entire festival are only $100, and there’s on-site camping available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There’re only 3,200 tickets available and they won’t be sold at the gate, so be sure to reserve yours with a quickness! Part of the proceeds from the festival will be donated to Katie’s Krops, a charity that helps donate fresh produce to people in need.