Thank you to our 2020 festival attendees for ringing in the beltane season with us!
More than ever, our community (and the whole world) is in need of hope and connection during an era of uncertainty. We seek to provide a safe environment for all who want to touch the spirit of Beltane, and welcome anyone and everyone to join us April 29th through May 2nd in Springfield, Louisiana.
OUR 2021 EVENT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO COVID-19.
Custom face masks and neck gaiters coming soon. Must be pre-ordered. Check back for updates!
Learn about the steps we're taking to keep everyone safe.
Oak King 2017
Volunteer Fire Steward 2017
High Priest Alec 2017
Elemental Goddess 2017
A tradition of the old world, our hunt is the main Friday night event, wherein the hunters pursue a group of priests and priestesses (the holies) through the fields of the campground. Challenged by riddles and physical obstacles, only one hunter will discover who the May Queen is and be come the victorious Oak King.
On Saturday night, the cunning May Queen and victorious Oak King will be crowned in a sacred ceremony. Their "marriage" symbolizes the sacred union of the Sun's warmth on the Earth and the life that returns in Spring and Summer!
HP and HPS 2019
The power of fire
Our weekend is normally kicked off by the burning of The Wickerman, an effigy of Winter and the maladies that plagued us.
As the festival continues, we offer classes and activities that allow us to connect, recharge, and attune with Beltane.