Fantasy Faire Radio


Fantasy Faire Radio – which is scheduled to begin broadcasting in early April – provides the soundtrack for your Fantasy Faire experience – enhancing your own personal sense of fantasy and imagination, whether you’re visiting the Faire in-world or you’re out in ‘the other place’ going about your daily business.

The station features a wide range of music, including DJs and live performances; it also has its tongue firmly in its cheek.

Throughout the Fairelands, at any time of day, you’ll hear an eclectic selection of sounds – from mediaeval and Renaissance dances to powerful fantasy movie soundtracks; from in-game and TV themes to traditional folk songs and Celtic trance; and much more, plus news bulletins once an hour to let you know the latest goings-on at the Faire itself, including following many of the roleplay themes going on throughout the Faire. New for 2017 is a series of poems and stories under the title Tales from the Fairelands and a new large-scale full-cast dramatic work.

Your Viewer’s media player will play Fantasy Faire Radio on any of the Fantasy Faire regions when you’re visiting the site – simply press Play to hear it – but you can also listen in at any time on your favourite computer- or smartphone-based player, using the link If in some cases this doesn’t work for you, try

Fantasy Faire 2017 is brought to you by:

Gabrielle Riel – Station Manager & Music Library Co-ordinator
Elrik Merlin – Technical & Licensing Director
Zander Greene – Programming Director
Elayne Diavolo, Oldesoul Eldemar – Executive Producers of Live Programming

riel-squarelogo150Fantasy Faire Radio is made possible thanks to our Media Partner, Radio Riel – providing eclectic music since 2007 to Second Life and beyond. If you like what you hear on Fantasy Faire Radio, there’s more on Radio Riel Reverie, one of Radio Riel’s six streams, 24 hours a day. Click here for more details about Radio Riel.

Fantasy Faire Radio is based in the US and licensed to stream music by

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