Do you know about the Wicked Faire Tribes?

Do you know about the Wicked Faire Tribes?

The Wicked Faire is a place to come and be yourself – or maybe even someone else.  So, who are you?  Who do you want to be?  Choose a Tribe and find out.

Do you prefer the soft glow of the moonlight on the trees to the harsh daylight?  Do you stick to the shadows and cloak yourself in mystery?  Then perhaps you will find a home with the Grimdark.

Or maybe you are lured by the sounds of chivalrous combat, piracy on the high seas, lithe ninjas on the rooftops, or tradition-steeped samurai.  If so, then you might find comrades in Trueforge.

Perhaps the petty dealings of mortals are beneath you – unless they might provide amusement or profit for you, that is.  Made of lore and magic, the Glimmersprite is home to Fae, spirits, and similar ilk.

If you feel more at home jumping through time and space, solving life’s mysteries, and maybe even a good brain-scratching puzzle over morning tea, then the Wibblycog might be the place for you.

The Wicked Faire Tribes are factions of a sort that will offer endless opportunity to meet others who share your interests, participate in games, puzzles, activities, and other such shenanigans both during the Faire itself and in the time leading up to the Fair.

A Halo Called Fred

A Halo Called Fred

haloA Halo Called Fred provides the best geek rock ever played on guitar, bass, fiddle, and kitchenware. Their songs feature such topics as Pirates, Steampunks, Cavemen, and any body part or flying thing you can think of. Halo has performed with King Missile, been produced by a member of Ween, and featured on The Doctor Demento Show. Serving as the house band of Jeff Mach events, they have debuted songs such as “Drinking for Science’, “Cthulhu’s Head is a Great Big Squid” for the Celebrity Roast of Cthulhu, and “My Monocle” in honor of the SMBC single use monocle.

​Regular appearance

A Halo Called Fred, the clown monarchs of psychedelic steampunk geek-rock are proud usher in the re-birth of Wicked Faire with the geekiest sounds to ever spring from guitar, bass, fiddle, and tupperware.

Acoustic Sing-along

Grab your favorite tupperware, get your foot-tappin’ shoes on, and get ready to to sing along with A Halo Called Fred! The Halo will strip down to their barest acoustic selves to pump geek-love directly into your soul for this up close and personal set.

Halo After Dark

When the Faire is dying down for the night, join A Halo Called Fred in an extra EVIL late night party, featuring all their raunchiest material, too foul-mouthed for early evening sober ears. Special appearances by The Coveilance Dance Project, Kit Fox, and The Eternal Frontier in the only Wicked Faire performance!