Calling All Witches, Heathens and Occultists: Hamilton Pagan Pride Day Returns this September!
Get your magic on with live rituals, workshops and lots of vendors with proceeds going to Hamilton FoodShare. All are welcome!
In its 19th year, Hamilton Pagan Pride Day is a fun and educational event for those interested in earth-based spiritual paths and the occult. Held in Gage Park, this annual festival features workshops, live rituals, vendors, and fun for the whole family.
Ever wondered what witches really do? Come learn about paganism, Wicca, and other earth-based religions in a fun and safe environment. There will be workshops, live rituals by local pagan groups Silver Circle and Nemeton, a friendly meet-and-greet area for discussions, and 60+ vendors of magical and occult supplies.
Come by and learn how to do your own candle spell, pick up some crystals, jewelry, bath & body products, and more as you chow down on some delicious Greek food from Pappas Food Truck (menu here). Bring your friends and meet some new ones at our meet-and-greet area. Participate in a special community-building ritual and feel the energy within and without.
Security and first aid will be present on-site for your comfort.
Taking place rain or shine at Hamilton’s Gage Park, 1000 Main St. East, Hamilton, on Sunday, September 11th, 2022, from 10 am to 6 pm. Free admission, LGBTQ+ friendly, and open to all.
Hamilton Pagan Pride Day (also known as Harvestfest) has been a fixture in the Southern Ontario occult community since 2001. Its friendly and educational atmosphere has drawn visitors from all over Southern Ontario and parts of the US. Always free to attend, with proceeds going to Hamilton FoodShare.