When: May 31st-June 2nd, 2019
Times: Friday 4pm-9pm, Saturday 12pm – 9pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm
Where: Carondelet Park, 3900 Holly Hills Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63116
A summer-flavored Strange Folk Festival.
🎟 Free admission and parking 🚀🚗🚲
🐶 Pet and kid friendly 🙉
✨We bring the boho joy vibes while you picnic the light fantastic. Wagons, coolers, and camp chairs welcome. Temporary whimsy encouraged.
Go shopping in the trees from 50 local and visiting indie makers and artists (list below). Hunt for and fairy doors and prospect for sparkle treasure. Find so many fun outdoor games, toys, and DIY projects to take back to your spot in our Stuff to Do Tent near the stage. We even have extra picnic blankets for you slackers.
Take in live local bands and Spin Cycle DJs (schedule below) while you climb a rope or push a swing around Fort Feathertop. The Wandering Sidecar Bar Co. and Craft Beer Cellar South City provide libations + we’re hosting neighborhood favorites Kitchen House Coffee (Opens 8am Saturday and Sunday) and The Stellar Hog among a curated variety of festival food vendors. Find it all around the circle drive, a.k.a. Al Capone’s private island. ⛱🌤
MAKERS AND ARTISTS:
Alison Art Photography
Beatrices Traveling Boutique
Blank Canvas Studios
Born Again Creations
Diane Lipson Art
BSweet Scream Queen
Cake’s Metal Whimsies
Danielle Nilsen Art
Double Decker Vintage
Fine Line Studios
Resources for Human Development
Green Utopia KC
Ink ‘n Scents
Lady Hahn’s Art Oddities and Curiosities
Laura Evans Photography
Lizzie Riffle Art
Metal and hide
Rose and Peddle
State Street Soap Co.
Sticks and Stones Ceramics
That’s Some Good Shea!
Twinkle Brews Candle Company
Vintage Closet Thrift
+ Tarot readings by Peaches by Starlight and other guests in the teepee at Fort Feathertop.
Non-stop Spin Cycle DJs with Aaron Jacobs, Andy Reitz, Nick Weller, and Autumn Wanderlove all weekend. With live bands joining in every afternoon.
🗺 Pinpoint vendors and activities on your phone! STARTING THURSDAY – Live Festival Google Map at http://strangefolkmap.com
🏡 The Big Glamp is brought to you with support from Holly Hills Saint Louis, Grand-Bates Historic Neighborhood, dedicated staff, collaborators, bartering partners, vendors, and volunteers. Poster art, installations, and placemaking by Autumn Wiggins, who wanted to design Trapper Keepers when she grew up, but does this instead.
📱 Text “GNOMEBOT” to 55222 for important event announcements and “STRANGEFOLKAPPS” to get updates about vendor applications.