The event is not just Music. This year at the fairgrounds they are many wonderful lands you can visit.
IN Our Realms
“Come visit with Calypso, Queen of the Isle of Ogygia. The Queen, along with her Sea Nymphs and Zany, Cockeyed Pirates will regale you with stories, have you singing songs and enjoying sea biscuits and star fish nectar in her grotto. Play games, make a pirate bracelet, or a loot/trick-or-treat bag in the Wicked Aye Swamp. Find your sea legs and step into a Poseidon fantasy!" WEBSITE
Pirates of Sacramento was created in February of 2008 to gather together folks who are interested in the history of pirates. They started out with social activities such as bowling, dinner out and picnics.
They have evolved into a group of Scallywags who perform at faires and festivals across California. They can be found in our Pyrate Skool teaching nouns and arrjectives, pirate history and lore. Their members include historical re-enactors with costumes accurate to the period they portray as well as folks who just like to play.
The Institute of Vampiric Studies and Elimination are dedicated to the study and eradication of ghouls, ghosts, vampires, werewolves, mummies and all things that go bump in the night. FACEBOOK
Airship Mariposa Story Theater and Magic Show
Wonderful ship donated to All Hallows Faire: In Loving Memory of Corky
In the Kaotic Mythicals encampment, They have interactive games and activities including: Roll The Stones to get your fairy or elf name, Mythical Mind Reading, Catch A Wish or Make A Wish, Rub A Bug, Forest Friends & Live Bugs (African Walking Sticks & Giant Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches)They focus on 4 main topics: Mythology, Entomology, Ecology, & Natural History. They bring mythology to life. Their special characters include Quickdraw the Ent, Forni the Saytr, Minos the Minotaur, Sherbert the Fairy, & Aurora the Fairy. WEBSITE
The Dark Boar Vikings will portray Stories inspierd by the world of Dungeons & Dragons. Watch the battle for Earth from Valhalla, game, history overlays and more.WEBSITE
Goblinsgrotto is an art studio of course, they specialize in the unique and fantasiful…They are artisans who dream the dreams and tell the tales in the expressions of their artworks…….Many a year they spent amongst the masses of toilers, and many a year they spent dreaming of a better life, one that could be spent as free souls, and not that of the trapped slaves to wages they where. So one day they took a chance and escaped into the wilds, to free our imprisoned creativity, and grasp their true destiny as the artist they are. WEBSITE
The Gaesatae (Guy-sah-tay; "Spearmen") are easily one of the most fearsome groups of warriors in the known world. They fight stripped bare but for neck torcs and sometimes their shoes or boots. They fight with longswords, but are named for their incredible skill with javelins; they can hurl them unnaturally long distances and deal great damage with them. Their charge is most ferocious though, causing many lines to simply fold and flee. This is not all solely due to skill and strength, though they are experienced and huge, muscular men. They imbibe a chemical before battle making them seemingly impervious to pain. They will fight to the very end, and are very destructive when employed properly. WEBSITE
Menagerie of Myhic Misfits our going to bubble you away!
Stirling Mercenaries are a travelling Medieval guild dedicated to the demonstration of historical European combative art forms. The guild presents the life and routines found in professional mercenary companies of the middle ages
The Stirling Mercenaries are a travelling Medieval guild dedicated to the demonstration of historical European combative art forms. The guild presents the life and routines found in professional mercenary companies of the middle ages. Patrons are encouraged to come by and get a hands on experience with historical armor and weapons commonly found on the battlefield as well as enjoy viewing weapon demonstrations and combat expositions performed by trained men at arms.
Mead and Meadow Crafters Guild
Celtic History- Making of Mead, cooking & preserving foods, ancient herbalism & odd herbal remedies. Leather working and more. FaceBook