The Twin Cities Pagan Pride Fall Festival is held anually the Saturday after Labor Day from 10:00am-6:00pm at Minnehaha Falls Park (4801 S Minnehaha Park Dr) in Minneapolis. We are located between the falls and the bandshell, just south of the Sea Salt restaurant.
In 2023, it will be on Saturday, September 9th
The Twin Cities Pagan Pride Fall Festival is a free fall event, open to the public, that offers education about Paganism to the larger community. In keeping with Pagan Pride International‘s guidelines, Twin Cities Pagan Pride has offered a fall event since 1998 that includes a ritual focusing on the harvest, a food and charity drive, introductory programming, vendors, and entertainment. We’re excited to continue to focus on public education in an outdoor site that has tons of walkthrough traffic.
The Fall Festival has awesome music and ritual events, as well as a space for simple programming aimed at educating and informing those unfamiliar with Paganism. There will also be community organizations, vendors and food.
Remember to bring non-perishable food item or cash donation to benefit the Groveland Emergency Food Shelf! For the past few years they have been our partner in the fall festival and provide assistance to over 2,000 hungry Minnesotans per month.
There are both free (neighborhood/street) and paid parking options available. The park is also close to the 46th Street Light Rail station and other bus lines. More information available on the Metro Transit website.
The event is free and open to the public.
Want to help?
We can always use volunteers, particularly with setting up the event in the morning and cleaning up at the end of the event. If you’d like to help in any capacity, please email “volunteers” at tcpaganpride.org and let us know – we’re glad to work with your needs and schedule.