October 31, 2020 / Saturday / Noon – 6 pm
(when the veil is the thinnest)
The Plant, 220 Lorax Lane. Pittsboro, NC
Join us for a rich day of celebration and remembrance!
The 5th Annual Death Faire will be mysterious, covid friendly, outside at The Plant and focusing on grieving our old way of life, honoring the lives lost this year, and welcoming the transformation happening.
This does not have to be a deep dive into the darkest corners of your soul. But if you want to go there, we welcome you! Come curious. Leave with peace of mind.
$15 in advance, $30 at the door
Kids 12 and Under $5
Death Faire 2019:
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Charles Eisenstein, author
Charles Eisenstein is a teacher, public speaker, gift economy advocate, and the author of several books including The Ascent of Humanity, Sacred Economics, The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible and Climate – A New Story.
“What we observe to be happening in the world says as much about ourselves as it does about the world. It reveals what we think is important, significant, valuable, and sacred, and what is irrelevant or useless too. Put another way, what we see reveals how we see.”
From his book, Climate: A New Story.
Join us to hear Charles speak of civilization, consciousness, death, climate, and the human cultural evolution. You will see things in a different way. A way that might help you and humanity.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Charles Eisenstein at Death Faire 2019 / Photo: © Adrian Moreno 2019
Our Vendor Village will be open, showcasing everything from Green Burial Services to Tattoo artists. Ongoing workshops around grieving, learning of indigenous culture’s beliefs, and more.
Open Poetry and Story Telling, Kid’s Activities, Candle-lit Altar, Fire Shows, New Orleans Style Funeral Procession, Face Painting, Costume Contest, Design Your Own Coffin, “Ded” Talks, Mystical Food and Cocktails.
Live Music: Past musicians include The Bulltown Strutters, Flor y Canto, Lobo Marino, Curtis Eller’s American Circus & Dex Romweber.
“This Collective Art Show was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.”