Concerts, like dimly lit chandeliers, are more impressive outdoors and are more enchanting when adorned with strategically placed glow sticks. Get some fresh air with this GrouponLive deal.
- $20 for a one-day, non-camping adult day pass to Faerieworlds 2013 (up to a $40 value)
- When: Sunday, July 28, 12 p.m.–12:30 a.m.
- Where: Emerald Meadows at Mount Pisgah
- General admission
- Door time: 10 a.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click to view the schedule of Sunday's performances and workshops, as well as the vendors and exhibitors.
- Who you'll see on the Main Stage: Woodland, Omnia: Musick and Poetree, Tierro, Adam Hurst Project, The Sea Stars, and Tricky Pixie
- Who you'll see on the Village Stage: Mariee Siouxx, The Wicker Men, Sharon Knight, and SJ Tucket
- Who you'll see on the Neverworlds stage: Duffy Owners, Pam Mortensen, Pandora Celtica, Jessica Star, and Alexander James Adams
- Who's back after a few years' absence: Woodland, a band that's been around since the beginning of Faerieworlds two decades ago
- How Tierro's frontman describes their sets: "a tribal beat, mystic dance experience."
- Tierro's frontman's name: Tierro
- Tierro's bass player's name: Charlie
- Tierro's guitar's name: well, that's a very personal question.
- Who to see for witty banter: Tricky Pixie, a celtic-rock and tribal music trio who laces stories and quips throughout their performances.
- Where to play the didgeridoo: the Didgeridoo for Beginners workshop with Pamela Mortensen.
- Other workshops: Earth Child Yoga, Fun With Drums, Introduction/Basic Movements in Tribal Dance, Fencing.
Every year, revelers gather in the forest of the Pacific Northwest to "experience the magic of the realm." Faerieworlds brings together music acts from around the globe, including celtic rock bands, folks trios, didgeridoo prodigies, ghost cellists, and more ethereal artists. Under bright lights and twinkling stars, audiences shed their inhibitions to dance, commune, eat, drink, and find new friends during the three-day celebration.
Faerieworlds, a soft footprint event, reduces its impact on the physical world by using environmentally-sound practices and encouraging audiences to do the same. Organic and vegetarian food vendors fill the bellies of hungry guests. Afterwards, they can employ the onsite glass, paper, and plastic recycling programs. A rideshare program helps save gas, and 100% green electrical power reduces the footprint more effectively than building a massive megaphone in front of every stage.