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November 5-6, 2022
11am to 6pm

Firebase Lloyd- Townsend, Delaware


SOLD OUT
TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE GATE

Daniel GreenWolf & Bella: Celtic Magic

MAGIC! COMEDY! POSSIBLE DEATH!
Experience the act voted by Renaissance Magazine as one of the top 5 Non-Musical Acts in the United States four years in a row.
As seen on AMC Network's "Dispatches from Elsewhere" and at Renaissance Faires for over two decades!
See Irish themed Magic and Stories, Strange & Witty Comedy, and Death-Defying Feats of Fiery Doomity Goodness!
Fun for all ages

Taliesin Phoenix: Master Storyteller

Taliesin Phoenix is a bard, seanchaí, bearer of the seven colors: Storyteller.
He has collected the great myths and epic poems from across the lands and through all of time brings them here
to reveal the lessons, laughs and lyrics that guide the wise in every age.
Join him to light the flame and see the StoryPhoenix rise from the ashes again.

 

Krystal Younglove: The One-Woman Sideshow

Presenting classic sideshow performances that strike to your very core, Steel your hearts and behold the Damsel of Danger,
Krystal Younglove the Indestructible Lady.
Presenting classic sideshow performances to strike to your very core. Animal traps, piles of glass, beds of nails, light bulbs
Family-Friendly (For Slightly Odd Families)

 

Phoenix Swords: Historical Sword Combat Show

For over twenty years, this troupe of slightly mad, but well-educated, swords-people have brought knowledge and fun to
audiences across the East Coast. Learn about the history of Weaponry and see valiant battles throughout the day!

Pieces of 8: Vaudeville-Style Musical Fun!

The most dysfunctional family to be found upon any shire, the members of Pieces of 8 have travelled far and wide to bring you
songs and stories from all over (mostly pubs!).  Presenting “Vaudeville with a Medieval Twist”.
They’ll also pull you into the show, as there’s no fun when people aren’t involved!
Family-friendly entertainment is presented at every show, so bring everyone to join the fun.​

The Sasanach: Fiddler Extrodinaire!

Sasanach presents The Fiddler and the Fairy: Music and stories from the Emerald Isle. Sasanach
(who occasionally answers to "Keith", as well as "hey you!" and "does anyone want the rest of these potatoes?")
is an Englishman who fell in love with the people, places, and traditions of Ireland (and the clothing of Scotland).
 

At our faire he brings us a sample of music and stories that were given to humans by the people of the fae.

Kristin Rebecca: Harpist & Singer

Kristin's beautiful harp playing is matched by her angelic voice.
You can hear her performing music that ranges from
dance worthy jigs and reels to haunting ballads.

Sean the Whipsy Rover

Travels the land teaching the art of the whip. Nothing captures our attention in fantasy fiction than the sound of a cracking whip -
Catwoman, Zorro, Indiana Jones and others. It's easy to get started so come by for a demonstration and a free lesson,
Sean will have you cracking in minutes and if you like you can walk away with your very own whip!

Linwe: The Art of Belly Dancing

Linwe is a vibrant belly dancer, experienced in cabaret and fusion styles.
She loves sharing the beauty and expression of dance with others, particularly with her veil and sword work.

Little Farm DE: Petting Zoo & Pony Rides
A non-profit family that loves all animals and loves sharing them with kids and families at events! 

More Entertainment & Performers Updated Weekly!

 

Want to perform at our festival?

Are you a musician, juggler, sideshow act, magician, fire performer, dancer, band, storyteller, or something we've never seen?

Contact our Entertainment Director, Daniel GreenWolf, at:

Performers@FoundArtifactEnt.com


Brought to you by Found Artifact Entertainment
(Creators of the Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire of Ansonia, CT)
and in association with Brimming Horn Meadery of Milton, DE

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