We are proud to showcase our sponsors for our Southern Alberta Pagan Pride Festival. We will update our sponsorships as new ones are added.
In Support of...
A portion of our ticket proceeds will be donated to the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary
About the Festival
Vendors selling their wares, goods, and services.
We have carefully curated a wide variety of vendors that will be selling their goods, services (esoteric services, etc.), and wares. All our vendors are selected to align with our Pagan focused festival. Come shop around and explore all things New Age, Pagan and Spiritual Wellness.
Live entertainment, Group Activities, and more!
Our event will be hosting some of Southern Alberta's very best vendors selling their merchandise, Healers, Readers, Energy Workers, and Spiritual Guiders. There will be activities for children and people of all ages. Come shop, listen to the music and get to know your local New Age and Spiritual Community.
During the length of the event we will be showcasing various guest speakers, workshops, and live music! Our event times can be found below for all entertainment:
11:10 AM - Opening Group Led Ritual by Shae Barry
11:30 AM - Jeannie Penny Speaking on Spirituality Basics
12:00 PM - Poetry by Paige Thompson
1:00 PM - Embody your Inner Body Goddess Dance Workshop - By Beverly Oliveras
1:00 PM - Jeff Cato (Live music)
2:30 PM - Josh Dillon (Live music)
3:00 PM - Lions Gate Activation Ritual by The Goddess Moves
4:00 PM - Dread Naught (Live music)
5:00PM - The Quantum Alchemist & Rosemary's Light Workshop
5:30 PM - Johnny Munro & The Stray Hearts (Live Music)
Food and Drinks
The Green Fairy Lounge will be open and fully operational throughout the day with special crafted mocktails, water and other beverages as well as snacks to keep you energized and hydrated while you enjoy the festivities
Tickets on sale!
Get your tickets now!
Adults (18+) : $8.00 + GST
Children (Under 18): $4.00 + GST
10% of all ticket sales are made as a donation to a charity through the Pagan Spirit Foundation. The chosen charity will be released in the coming weeks. Get your tickets HERE
Please note that tickets are also being sold on Eventbrite and can also be purchased in person at the doors.
** All tickets are FINAL SALE**
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Pagan Spirit Events is excited to announce the 1st Annual Southern Alberta Pagan Pride Festival!
Saturday August 19th, 2023 11:00AM - 7:00PM
Glamorgan Community Centre Calgary, AB
In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut'ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.
What is Pagan Pride? You have come to the right place. Below you will find everything you will need to know about Pagan Pride!
Southern Alberta Pagan Pride (SAPPF) is a community event for all Pagan's and non-Pagan's to come together to help promote community, tolerance, education and most importantly pride for our community!
Southern Alberta Pagan Pride Festival (SAPPF) is an annual event held in a variety of locations in Southern Alberta. The festivities are as varied as the communities who help to organize our special day. Pagan Pride Festival can be as simple as an open picnic or cook-out held in a local park; others times they are full-fledged festivals with rented venues, performance stages, and food facilities. There are, however, several common elements.
First and foremost is the goal of educating the public about the beliefs and practices of various Pagan and Neopagan traditions. The general public is invited and there are usually tables of reading materials, staffed by members of a range of Pagan and Neopagan denominations. Speakers or workshops may focus on dispelling common misconceptions about Neopaganism, or may seek to educate outsiders about the details of their particular beliefs and practices.
The second most common aspect is charitable work. Many Pagan Pride coordinating committees choose a local charity to support with fundraising and/or donations raised by the event. These charities might be organizations related to environmental conservation, animal rescues, food pantries, shelters for victims of domestic violence, or related causes.
Southern Alberta Pagan Pride Festival is open to the public and is welcoming to families and children. Hosting a SAPPF event requires adherence to a range of policies.
Many Pagan Pride festivals showcase local Neopagan performers, artisans, and merchants. Some events offer open mic sessions where attendees might chant, tell jokes, spin tales, drum, or read poetry.
This is an Anti-Racist and safe Pagan Space
Southern Alberta Pagan Pride Festival has a ZERO tolerance policy against racism, white supremacy and bigotry, we are a safe LGBTQ2S+ space.
Southern Alberta Pagan Pride Festival's commitment to you:
working with the Pagan community on educational pieces on Indigenous issues
exploring topics around cultural appropriation
working towards eliminating the threat of white supremacy that exists within our religion/spirituality to ensure our events are a safe, inclusive and open space for all.
Preventing "gate keeping" by ensuring each participant has equal access to all events during the festival regardless of spiritual path, lineage, etc.
Our Zero Tolerance Policy for SAPPF applies to all SAPPF related events and spaces, including online. We do not allow any harassment or shaming based on:
Position within or outside of hierarchical power structures
Gender, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression
Body Size or Type
Sexual Orientation or Sexuality