This is the official page for the Sun Wheel Pagan Arts Festival, a Pagan oriented gathering that takes place
in beautiful countryside about an hour outside of Edmonton Alberta on June 28 - July 1, 2013Sharon Knight and Winter
Heather Dale and Band
Chalice and Blade
The Edmonton Pagan Choir
Dr. Brendan Myers
A map and directions to the site will be provided with registration package.
This year we are excited and proud to announce that following artists will be appearing at this year's Festival:
Other great things going on this year:
Rituals including Men's and Women's Mysteries
A Sacred Play
A Drumming Circle run by Kriket
An Artist/Artisan Marketplace
Workshops and Lectures
Sunday morning Pancake Breakfast
Time to kick back and chill with other Pagans in a relaxed, non-judgmental environment
Please note: this is a camping event and you will need to bring your own food, water, drinks, shelter, bedding, and other necessaries for your comfort.
Can't come for the whole weekend...or just not into the whole camping experience? DAY PASSES are available for either Saturday or Sunday and grant access to the
site from 10am to 11pm. The cost? Only $50 per day. They will be available at the gate, however, it'd be great if you were to purchase in advance at Where Faeries Live or online
so we know how many people to expect.
This year's site is Modeste Creek Park, approximately 20km east of Drayton Valley Alberta.
***Please note map is NOT TO SCALE***
Pets and children are welcome provided they are picked up after and kept under control at all times. Please be advised that as this is in a rural location, hazards such as
wildlife and steep banks may exist.
For more information, please drop us a line at:
Where Faeries Live
10991 - 124 Street
Or by phone at (780) 454-0187
Or by e-mail at
Or on Facebook at
We are also thankful for the support of Vancouver-based Sparrow and Mojo and their awesome podcast "The Wigglian Way":
We are very happy to welcome Northern Tribes as the offical sponsor of Sun Wheel
Pagan Festival. We are extremely grateful for the belief and financial support
in this project! Thank you to Northern Tribes being such a great friend to the
festival. Northern Tribes' author is Mhaoil Lain, a Pagan writer living in Edmonton.
Northern Tribes Blog
The Wigglian Way
And a big thank you to Travis Purdy of Double T Sound Productions
for the sound system and his expertise running it!
Please check back often as we will be updating this site as more information becomes available!