The Twin Cities Pagan Pride 2019 Fall Festival will be on Saturday, September 7th, at Minnehaha Falls Park near the Bandshell.

Below is a list of vendors that have signed up to be there!

Arrowsmith Arts
Awesome Industries
Baby Thor Norsery
Black Feather Crafts
Christys crystals
Coven of the Standing Stones
Dragon Abbey Jewelry Design
Dragon Dreams Jewelry, LLC
Dragonfly Oils and Accessories
Druid Dogs
Dverger’s Anvil
Earth House Project, Inc
Earthway Farm and Gifts
Eccentric Supply
Emerald Raven Creations
EMMAgine Intuit
Enchanted Boutique LLC
Entwining Rose
Eye of Horus
Fireborn Alchemy
Flame Point Studio
Grey Goose Bows
Grigorian Witchcraft
Grumpy Gnome Naturals
Harmony Tribe
Highland Princess Designs
Honeypot Beeswax Candles
Isis Designs, Inc.
KD Designs
Lady Dragon’s Treasures
Ladysea Creations
Magus Books
Mehndi Moments
MoonCrafted Essentials
Nomadic Spirit Works
North Country Hemp Oil
Northern Roots Grove
Olde Haven Arts and Etching
Omega Artworks
PJP Designs
Reiki Magick
Riff Lizzy Crownsmiths
Rock Solid Mamas
shi-yaku-jin no hokora
Spirit Haven
Sweetwood Temenos
Tarot By Katrina
The Iscevari Marketplace LLC
The Spirit Parlour
The Wretched Raven
Thought Healing
Treasures of Avalon
Twisted Fiddle
Upper Mississippi River Reclaiming
Volkshof Kindred
Volva Stav Guild
Willow Phoenix Creations

Also – food will be available again this year from DOC E’s BBQ!!!

It is not too late to register to be a vendor! The layout has already been done, but we can find a space for you at the end of a row somewhere. Each space is 10′ x 10′ and costs $75 for vendors and $25 for community groups that are not selling merchandise. Keep in mind we are only selling the space so you must bring your own canopy, tables, chairs, and other display shelving that you may need. Food vendors are $50 to hold the space, and then 10% of gross sales (a requirement of the Minneapolis Park & Rec Board) less the $50. Make sure that you fill out a MN ST19 form (Operator Certificate of Compliance) and have it with you WHEN YOU CHECK IN. In order to complete the ST19, you need a Minnesota tax ID or you need to meet one of the criteria listed on the form to waive that requirement.  If you are a community group and not selling anything, you do still need to fill out an ST19, however, you will just need to check the box that says “I am not making any sales” and a tax ID is not required.


Contact us at “vendors” at with any questions or concerns that you have, and we will respond as quickly as we can. Please note that we may not be able to respond to email after Friday evening. Please read and become familiar with our Vendor Policies

Please note: applications to vend at Paganicon, our spring conference event, are available now through September 29th. Click here to go to the Paganicon vendor page.