The Crossjacks perform an eclectic variety of the European Folk music that shaped the Appalachian music of today. Their repertoire includes authentic sea shanties, Celtic and Romanian traditional and folk songs, and old-time fiddle tunes, as well as modern festival favorites. First weekend only!
Embracing the spirit of the Traveler; Coal Black Rose performs unique versions of a Olde World musics (13th Century Cantigas, Classical instrumental classics, Olde Timey Folk, Seafaring Shanti and Work Songs). Using a variety of instruments of various folk origins, Coal Black Rose brings the best of all worlds to one stage.
Onias the Mage is a festival entertainer for all ages! The laughs are a mile a minute when Onias graces the stage.
Magnus & Maggie bring you a musical timescape from their travels in the Scottish Isles (and lives of established musical academia) along with an arsenal of historic instruments and preposterous tales in the tradition of the Jongleurs and Goliards of yore. With a magical combination of melody, song, and studied nonsense, they will captivate you …
Modern music, ancient vibe, world music and dance.
Early music for modern minds. Last three weekends only.
Bad Beth performs bawdy songs and traditional French and Celtic on the bouzouki. First two weekends only!
America’s longest running theatrical jousting show! Shows thrice daily: 12:00 Act I Joust a Plaisance 3:00 Act II Joust of Combat 5:30 Act III Joust to the Death
Fireflicker is a curious young dragon who wanders the streets of the festival looking for shiny things to hoard, and is always excited to meet all the knights and princesses of the realm. They may even share some dragon gold with those who also have magic in their hearts!
Jim has been keeping Vaudeville alive since 1985. Witness a one man comedy variety show featuring juggling, sword swallowing, whip cracking, violin playing, all presented with a mix of comedy and danger! “I love that the act wasn’t about the juggling… You really are a comedian with mad skills.” – Will Arnett