All Hallows Faire
The Original modern themed Costume Play Fantasy Festival In the Mother Lode of California.
"Where Imagination can become your reality!"
Celtic New Year's Celebration

The Original 10th Annual All Hallows Fantasy Faire is a two day all inclusive costume play Celtic New Year's Celebration! Keeping the All-Hallows tradition this year we will have a magnificent fire show and The Burning of the Harvestman. The Faire is deeply rooted in the beliefs of the Celtic people, but combined with all the fun and excitement of a modern Halloween. Hundreds of visiting creatures and characters from your favorite fairy tales and Hollywood movies will come to life over this fun-filled family weekend! The faire offers many exciting venues to hear live music, enjoy themed food and drink, buy unique items, and marvel at jugglers and magicians. Wear your new or old costume and get into the fun and thrills of the faire! Music is always one of the favorites at the faire and this year will be more crazy& eclectic!

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KIDS (0-12YRS.) FREE ALL WEEKEND!

Yep, we offer great music too!

Pine Box Boys

Pine Box Boys

The Pine Box Boys formed in San Francisco in 2003 to perform modern renditions of classic murder ballads such as “The Knoxville Girl” and “Fair Eleanor.” Shortly after Lester Raww, “Possum Carvidi, Col. Timothy Leather and Steven “Your Uncle” Dodds started the Pine Box Boys. Raww transitioned the music to all original songs paying the same grim homage to themes of murder, misery, zombies and generally unapologetic acts of mayhem.

After 125 songs penned in Raww’s blood and four albums later, the original members tour across the United States and Europe bringing their cantankerous horrorbilly sound and malcontent melodies to worldwide fans eager for some dancing, drinking and stabbing. Albums include “Arkansas Killing Time,” “STAB!,” “Child of Calamity” and “Tales From the Emancipated Head.

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Culann's Hounds

Culann's Hounds

Culann's Hounds have been playing shows for almost two decades. Starting their run in a small Irish bar in the inner Sunset of San Francisco called The Blackthorn Tavern in 1999, their steady rise has been a credit to their love of the music and ability to consistantly deliver hard driving quality shows with a strong dose of rebel attitude, humor, and a few drops of whiskey. 5 albums later they have multiple national and international tours under their belt in addition to headlining festivals and large music venues. Though the bands is in it's third incarnation, founding members Steve Gardner and Mike Kelleher have performed virtually every show that band has ever played. The thread that has held the band together is the same one that has drawn the members back to their roots: love of traditional Irish music. Fiddle tunes, pipes, whistles, bodhrans, songs, fun.

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Thee Hobo Gobbelins

Thee Hobo Gobbelins

From deep within the confines of the city sewers, and the darkness beneath your bed, Thee Hobo Gobbellins slash and jangle their path into your skull. They weave a wickedly catchy mixture of ancient pirate curses, orcish vaudeville, and eldritch hobo semaphore. I remember well the day it all began; it was back in the summer of ‘03, on the fetid prairie of Gorgoroth, that their ebon-striped demonic boxcar was hitched to the devil’s train. And wherever they stop, strange things tend to happen: Clowns that bite! Dead things! Cultist goblins! Flying stuff!The Hobo Gobbelins emerge from the pulsing art vortex of Oakland, Ca., the green-skinned child of punk rock, avant-garde performance art and hobo soul. Drawing on a dizzying array of influences, the band incorporates traditional sounds of Americana and the Old World with the horrors of modernity. Monsters from folklore and fiction wriggle alongside freight-train spirituals and drinking songs. The result is a disturbing haunted house for the ear, a nightmare carnival that is at turns goofy and murderous. Human audiences drink more, dance better, and writhe uncontrollably to goblin beatings- er, beats. Incidentally, audience is the goblin word for “food that screams”.We can play anywhere, on a rooftop or a desert, with or without a P.A. We’re all very nice, but will possibly make you uncomfortable. Book us for winery tours, carnivals, protests, eviction parties, game conventions, or any place with a large enough dimensional rift for us to pop

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The Black Irish Band

The Black Irish Band

Hailing from the historic Gold Rush Country of America, the four member Black Irish Band have a musical style that is as timeless as the rugged landscape of the west, a tribute to the people whose lives were spent building the world we now take for granted. The band has a large compliment of traditional maritime and railroad music, as well as ethnic tunes in their repertoire. They excel at Irish & Scottish, Italian, and American folk music with an assortment of original songs and traditional western ballads. The bands musical style captures the spirit of the immigrants of this land, the men and women who tamed the Wild West.

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Lucky CuZn Brass Band

Lucky CuZn Brass Band

Lucky CuZn is a New Orleans style Brass Band comprised of Tuolumne County public school teachers. Lucky CuZn plays a range of genres from traditional New Orleans Jazz to modern popular music.

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STAGE TIMES

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Black Oak Stage

Main Hall

SATURDAY
12PM Hobo Gobbelins   
1PM Pine Box Boys    
2PM  Culanns Hounds    
3PM  Hobo Gobbelins    
4PM  Pine Box Boys   
5PM Culanns Hounds 
6PM Costume Contest
7:30PM Pine Box Boys
8:30PM Culanns Hounds

SUNDAY
12PM Hobo Gobbelins 
1PM Pine Box Boys    
2PM Hobo Gobbelins     
3PM  Pine Box Boys   
4PM Hobo Gobbelins     
5PM Pine Box Boys

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TCVB Stage

Red Barn

SATURDAY
12:30-1:00PM  Miles Smiles    
1:00-1:45PM    Brian Cassady  
1:45-2:15PM    Moon Goddess Caravan
2:15-3:00PM    Juggler Holly  
3:00-4:00PM    Kids Costume Contest  
4:00-4:45PM    Miles Smiles   
4:45--5:30PM   Brian Cassady    
5:30-6:15PM    Miles Smiles   


SUNDAY
11:30-12:15PM  Miles Smiles  
12:15-1:00PM    Moon Goddess Caravan 
1:00-2:00PM      Brian Cassady
2:00-2:45PM      Miles Smiles 
2:45-3:15PM      Brian Cassady
3:15-4:15PM      Kids Costume Contest
4:15-5:15PM      Adult Costume Contest
5:15-6:00PM      Miles Smiles
 

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Chicken Ranch Stage

Harvestman Arena

SATURDAY
12:00-12:30PM Bag Pipers    
12:30-1:15PM Juggler Holly      
1:30-2:30PM Lucky CuZn Brass Band      
2:30-3:30PM Black Irish Band       
3:30-4:30PM Lucky CuZn Brass Band        
4:30-5:30PM Black Irish Band
5:30-6:30PM Hobo Gobbelins
6:30-7:30PM Juggler Holly    

SUNDAY
12:30-1:15PM Juggler Holly  
1:30-2:30PM Band TBA     
2:30-3:15PM Juggler Holly
3:30-4:30PM Band TBA
4:30-5:15PM Juggler Holly
        

COSTUME CONTESTS HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS IN AWARDS AND PRIZES!!

SATURDAY SHOW TIMES

2:30-3:00PM
Parade of the Macabre

4:00-6:00PM
Trick or Treating for kids with vendors and encampments

1 pm, 3 pm, 5 pm
Warrior Battles

9:30-11:30PM
Fire Extravaganza
Presented by
Kevin Axtell

9:30-11:30PM
Burning of the Harvestman

SUNDAY TIMES

1 pm, 3 pm
Warrior Battles

2:30-3:00PM
Parade of the Macabre

2:00-4:00PM
Trick or Treating

SPECIAL GUEST
MASTER OF CEREMONIES

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Tony Serrano

This larger than life personality has been a professional Master of Ceremonies for many years in the Coffee and Entertainment Industries. His witty charm will have you captivated and informed in all aspects of the Black Oak stage's merriments for the event. Don't be shy, get up and join  in the festivites of the faire.

In Tony's career as a MC, he has had the honor to provide his unique speaking talent at some of the most pristine events in the world. Some of those events include the South West Regional Barista Competitions (many times),  United States Barista Championship, and the main stages of the Sonora Celtic Faire.