FAERIECON RETURNS IN 2022

We are excited to announce the return of FaerieCon to Baltimore on October 28, 29 & 30th, 2022 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore, directly across the street from the Sheraton, our former location. This new venue will include:

  • Beautiful, modern venue with formal Restaurant and Starbucks in house.
  • Unified event experience: All vending and performance ballrooms are on one floor.
  • Increased Vending and Masquerade Ball space.
  • Ample Foyer vending space open to the general public.
  • More conference rooms for programming and workshops.
  • Special FC room rates.

All of these factors will combine to create the best FaerieCon experience in our 15 year history!

We are currently negotiating with major international headlining bands and several other popular US artists; we will announce the full line up including Guest Artists early next year.

FIRST ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT: LINDA RAVENSCROFT RETURNS TO FAERIECON

After far too many years away, we are thrilled to welcome Linda Ravenscroft back to FaerieCon for our 15th Anniversary Celebration. Linda’s faerie – inspired art bursts with color and vitality and is a true celebration of the energy and spirt of the Faerie Realm. Beyond her exceptional artwork, Linda and her husband, John are entrepreneurial pioneers in creating and selling her faerie themed products internationally and are the proud proprietors of The Mystic Garden Gallery, in Glastonbury, UK.

In addition to exhibiting and selling her beautiful art and products, Linda will participate in our panels and presentations, taking you inside of her World and sharing insights on how artists can successfully enter the marketplace with their work. More about Linda…

FIRST MUSIC ANNOUNCEMENT: THE SLAMBOVIAN CIRCUS OF DREAMS JOINS FAERIECON

FaerieCon is proud to announce the bad Faeries Ball premiere of the Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams. The circus has been expanding the borders of the Americana genre with their fantastic stories and performance since the late 90’s in Sleepy Hollow, New York. The band’s music is equal parts Washington Irving, Woodstock and British Invasion. Their connection with audiences at shows taps into a greater human-ness and is deeply captivating. See and hear them at the Bad Faeries Ball on October 29th!  More about the Slambovian Circus