It’s time. It’s time to turn our weary eyes from the darkness toward the approaching spring. Toward the approaching Fairelands, the promise of hope and delight.
This year Fantasy Faire will run from Thursday April 22 through Sunday May 9. Following the familiar Faire tradition, the busy event schedule will wrap already on Sunday May 2, leaving the rest of the Faire days free for more relaxed exploration.
The application for sponsors and stores is already open, so whether you’re interested in bringing your creations to the Faire or sponsoring the return of the Fairelands in various shapes or forms, check out and fill the form. Further questions on stores, sponsoring opportunities, donations, and anything that has to do with money should be sent to Elizabeth Tinsley (often online as FantasyFaire Resident). Sponsor & Store Application for Fantasy Faire 2021
In addition also the performer signup has begun! Dancers, actors, particle performers and various other artists can sign up to perform at Fantasy Faire. We’re looking for fantasy themed shows (~1h in length) that are family friendly and don’t use any copyrighted material without permission to do so. Performer applications accepted until February 21. Further questions and inquiries should be sent to Aelva Resident. Performer Signup for Fantasy Faire 2021
Blogger applications will open on March 22.
While waiting for the Faire make sure you’ve joined our inworld group Fantasy Faire Fans and/or new Discord channel!
To join the inworld group, copy-paste this in your SL viewer: secondlife:///app/group/7eb1b08b-1b3e-fdfa-1ad6-252c779e1b8b/about
Designed by Briony Writer and Dawny Daviau, it has key features of the LitFest to introduce newcomers to what the Literary and Fantasy Faire consists of and hopefully some injokes for regular LitFest visitors to enjoy!
The Fairelands have faded back into the Mists, but for many of us, they are still in our minds and imaginations.
Over the course of the Faire, many people were inspired to write stories and poems – and many of those have been shared with us. Over the coming days, we will be sharing those with you, through this blog, and also adding them to the LitFest area of the site.
But if you have written about the Fairelands, or have been inspired to write by the Faire, there is still time to submit your writing to be included on the website as we build an anthology of Faire writings.