Headliners: Opal Luna, Lisa Wagoner, Trevor Lewis, Leslie Sampson
Musical Guest: Arthur Hinds
Drumming: Remi and Friends


Visit our Vendors’ Row, located near the Forest Gate and Sanctuary.

Spidersong Flutes:

At Spidersong Flutes, I try to make a flute that is pleasing to both the ear and the eye. I work in a variety of materials, bone, horn, synthetics, woods poplar, pecan, mahogany, maple and walnut to name a few. The wood is mostly reclaimed and all were something else coffee tables, dressers, tree branches and pianos. I also carry a selection of sage, water and slide whistles, singing bowls and traveling didgeridoos More information please contact me at (407) 968-8054 or my website spidersongflutes.com.

Yarn Creations

Knitted & crocheted sweaters, blankets, baby gifts, scarfs, toys, purses, accessories & Jewelry. Learn to Classes ages 10 & up including supplies $15.00

Gaia Soaps and Gifts

Welcome to Gaia Soaps and Gifts, the place to find the best handcrafted soaps and natural wax candles. We carefully source all materials to offer our customers the highest quality products available! Stop by and see us!

Bangles & Baubles

selling Paparazzi $5 Jewelry, Handcrafted clothing and accessories, carved wooden bowls and other various hand-crafted items.  Live on Facebook Thursdays 7pm search Chel M Davis, friend me and let me know you heard about me from the Florida Pagan Gathering.  

Skyler Davis

is just getting started selling handmade crafts from dream catchers, paintings and jewelry to spell jars, candles, soaps, and other ritual goods. I also provide reiki services that I would love to be able to do at the festival as well!

Goddess Touched and Down to Earth

selling jewelry, hand crafted witch dolls, journals, pagan tools and items for use in spells and rituals.

Kathleen Imhoff

is a Native American Indian vendor with one-of-a-kind arts, crafts and jewelry.

Elizabeth Campbell

is a second hand and out of print book vendor with a focus on religions, history and off the grid living.

Goddess Nails with Roxanne:

Roxanne is a Color Street Stylist, who will be sharing samples. She will also answer any questions about the product that you may have.

Future For Freedom

Jes creates handmade crystal bracelets, earrings & necklaces & infuses them with healing energies. She pairs her knowledge of crystals’ metaphysical properties as well as flower & herb folklore to promote natural ways to enhance quality of life through the earth’s elements. She also offers abstract paintings and Intention Vials that feature crystals she dug & flowers she forged.


Collin presents his handcrafted sacred healing geometric talismans. He hand-cuts & polishes crystals and intricately wraps them with copper, silver, & gold.

Sarah & Niq

Offer eclectic mixed-media art inspired by the Earth and mystical creatures.

Vendor FAQ

1. How do I become a vendor at FPG?

Register on line to reserve your space on vendor’s row. Than send a brief description of your wares to vendor@flapagan.org. If you do not receive your confirmation within 7 days, please email the Vendor Lugal at vendor@flapagan.org to let them know you need your conformation letter.

2. What are the fees involved with being a vendor?

Registration fees for festival can found on our registration page be purchased online at Eventbee, we have a hot link on our page. This covers one person and one 10 X 10 space. Any others who accompany you will be required to pay the regular attendee admission at the time of registration. Any additional vending space may be purchased for $25.00 for each additional 10 X10 space. Registering on site for the next festival is the least expensive and you get an immediate confirmation.

3. May I have someone come in and help me set up and tear down without paying a fee for them?

Yes you may have someone help you. They are permitted to be on site for no more than 4 hours to help set up and tear down. The vendor Lugal must know their name when you register and they must check in and out at registration. Your helper must follow all FPG rules and no pets are allowed to be onsite with them. If FPG guidelines are not followed the helper will be asked to leave immediately.

4. Does FPG provide any advertising for vendors?

Our vendors may submit a 25 word write up for the handbook and up to 50 words for the website. It must be submitted at least 90 days prior to the date of the upcoming festival to vendor@flapagan.org. We will post the write up in our handbook and on the website at no charge.

5. Are food vendors permitted?

Fresh food and beverages may only be offered by properly licensed vendors who have the prior approval of the FPG Board of Directors or their designee. However, non-refrigerated, prepackaged and marked for individual resale items may be sold by any vendor.

6. Are electrical hook ups available for vendors?

There are no electrical hook ups. FPG does provide a charging station for cell phones and other electronic devices which is available at The Community center. Do not leave your electronic devices unattended. Whisper Generators are permitted at your vending spot.

7. What are vendors prohibited from selling from their booths?

No booth may sell or barter alcoholic beverages. (This includes any purchased or homemade fermented products. Products containing alcohol may not be sold as tincture, recipe, bottle bags, potions, decorative bottle, as a vinegar, etc.) No tobacco, tobacco products, E-cigarettes and other paraphernalia are permitted to be sold. No firearms, incendiary devices, or any other item prohibited by local, state, or federal laws governing the festival are permitted.

No tattooing, piercing, or any other body modification services are permitted. Face painting, Henna, and temporary tattoos are welcome.

Healers who provide hands on healing (any touching of the client) and receive any compensation, or fee for services, which include gifts, or bartering, must be licensed by the State of Florida.

8. When may I arrive?

Gates open for Vendors at 5 pm the Tuesday. After you check in at registration the registration staff will direct you to the Vendor Lugal or their assistant, who will then direct you to your assigned space.If you will be arriving later than 9:00 PM Tuesday please inform the vendor Lugal prior to festival. If you arrive after 9:00 PM on Tuesday you will be asked to park your vehicle in the lot you may set up your tent or camper for sleeping but will not be able to set up your vending area until after 9:00 AM on Wednesday.

9. Where do I sleep or camp?

Vendors please inform the Vendor Lugal at the time of registration if you will be bringing an RV or camper. RV, pop ups or travel trailers exceeding the size of your vending space must be parked elsewhere.

Some vendors tent camp behind or near their booth. There are also many camping areas within a short walk of vendor's row. For those who can camp behind their booths, keep in mind your camping area may not exceed the width of your vending space. No Call No Shows: After 12 noon on Thursday, unclaimed vendor spaces will be available for resale. No refunds will be issued unless you call before Wednesday at 9:00 AM.

10. What time do I have to leave on Sunday?

All Vendors must be packed and ready to load your vehicle 12 noon in order to be off site *no later than* 1 PM on Sunday. Your site must be left clean and free of debris of any kind. If we have to clean up after you, there will be a cleaning fee required before you will be able to register for future events. After a second infraction of our rules, you will not be welcome back as a vendor at future festivals.

11. What if I need to leave before Sunday?

If you need to leave before Sunday you must contact the vendor Lugal as soon as you know and arrange to have them or their designee escort you and your vehicle back to vendor’s row to pack out your booth. This must be done before 5 PM on any day. No vehicles other than golf carts or personal mobility devices are allowed on vendor’s row without an escort or after dark.

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