The largest Faerie and Celtic themed event in the US returns to Eugene OR to celebrate its 20th anniversary at the one of the premiere outdoor venues in the Pacific Northwest.

Called “A Bonnaroo staged for Middle Earth,” Faerieworlds features music from acclaimed international bands, an enchanting vending village, roving entertainers and a vibrant children’s and family area. Faerieworlds is an all-ages event, with a focus on creating a fun, safe and nurturing festival environment for people of all generations.

“We are looking forward to bringing Faerieworlds back to Eugene this summer, and especially to launching the first ever full weekend immersive music and arts festival at the spectacular Cuthbert Ampitheatre,” says event co-producer Emilio Miller Lopez.

Co-Producer Robert Gould adds, “These past three years have been very hard on the live events business; many great festivals could not survive and were forced to close. Faerieworlds has been very fortunate to endure, and thanks to the love and support of our fans, the realm will rise once more in Eugene, the city which was home to the festival for so many years.”

Once again, Faerieworlds, is presenting a stellar line up of international world music bands including

Oscar nominated Irish headliners, Kila, who have provided the Celtic soundtracks for such acclaimed films as Apple+ animated feature “Wolfwalkers,” as well as award-winning films including “Secret of Kells,” “Song of the Sea,” and “Monster.” Kila will perform the closing set on Saturday evening starting at 8:30pm.

Sundays headlining set will feature award-winning Iranian singer and songwriter Azam Ali, whose music has been featured in “The Matrix” and “Thor” MCU films series, and who has collaborated with celebrated artist including Peter Murphy (Bauhaus), System of the Down, Zakir Hussain and the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart.

The weekend will feature an array of other Celtic and mythic music artists including Wake the Dead, Abney Park, Casey Neill and the Norway Rats, Stellamara, Trillian Green, Rosamundi & Electric Woodland, Marya Stark, Black Magdalene, Thundercrow, and more.

The Vending Village of over 70 craft & food booths will be populated with walk around performers, storytellers & puppeteers. The main Cuthbert Amphitheater music stage starts at 4PM until 10 PM. Tickets will be on sale at the gate and parking is free.


WHAT: Faerieworlds 2022

DATE: June 17 – 19, 2022

WHERE: Cuthbert Amphitheater, Alton Baker Park, Eugene, OR

TIMES: Friday: 2 PM to 10 PM; Saturday: 11am to 10 PM. Sunday: 11AM to 10 PM


Kila, Azam Ali, Wake the Dead, Abney Park, Casey Neill, Stellamara, Trillian Green, Rosamundi & Electric Woodland, Marya Stark, Black Magdalene, Thundercrow, and more.



  • An Arts & Music Festival for all Ages near Downtown Eugene
  • Internationally Acclaimed World Music Bands and Singer/Songwriters
  • Faerie Vending Village featuring over 70 craft and food booths
  • Two Music Stages
  • Children’s Activity Area and Stage
  • Enchanting storytellers and walk-around performers

Tickets are available online at https://www.ticketswest.com/events/detail/faerieworlds and at the gate.



EVENT SITE: www.faerieworlds.com

For press photos and more information on Faerieworlds please email us at Robert@faerieworlds.com



Called “mythically magical…an otherworldly event”, the magic of Faerieworlds returns to Eugene for their 20th Anniversary Celebration for three days of extraordinary live music and performance, amazing art and crafts, and fantasy fun for all ages.

Faerieworlds is the premiere mythic music and arts festival on the West Coast. Featuring bands and musicians from around the world, internationally acclaimed artists and authors, spectacular performances and entertainers, Faerieworlds annually attracts thousands of fans and families from around the globe to Oregon to experience the magic of the Realm. For three days and nights, people of all ages are transported and inspired by the enchantment of music and the beauty of things made by hand.

Each day of the event is themed: Friday is Good Faeries Day, Saturday is Bad Faeries Day and Sunday is Family Day. The Cuthbert and Alton Baker Park will become a virtual magical realm, with an vending village featuring over 70 booths from across the country, music by internationally acclaimed bands on two stages, children’s area and much more. Tickets are on sale in advance through Ticketswest.com and will also be for sale at the gate.




“To deal with faeries is not a retreat into fantasy, but a re-engagement with life. To dress as a faerie, donning wings, is to actively join in the dance, to be connected to creative spirit. Art, dance, friendship, music: all these move easily across the boundaries, transcending language, race, and time. Such activities extend a joyful hand across the threshold. At Faerieworlds, we ring the bells of faerie invitation. The people come. More importantly, the faeries come too.” – Brian Froud, international best-selling artist, author and film designer

“Faerieworlds is a festival with a little something for everyone, from toddlers to their grandparents and everyone in between. There’s an energy there that embraces everyone, regardless of their path or tradition, whether they’re dressed as goblins or faeries or in their everyday clothing. There is delicious food and energizing music, and shiny baubles for every taste. It’s like a family reunion with a family you didn’t know that you had.” – Mia Nutnick, journalist


“It was an honor to be included in Faerieworlds this year. My family and I had so much fun (five year old Bella didn’t want to go home and I sort of didn’t either) and we can’t wait to come back next year. After a few very stressful and emotionally draining years that had me seriously considering retiring from being a Faery artist, Faerieworlds was exactly what I needed to restore my passion for my work. Watching the sheer happiness and abandon of the crowds and seeing all of the beautiful unique items being sold by the vendors was inspirational. A little light bulb went off in my head “AAhhhh… this is why I chose this life. Now I remember.”

This is the type of life I want my girls to grow up with. I want them to know that there are other roads we can take. Faerieworlds helps us find those roads again and again.”  – Amy Brown, internationally acclaimed artist


“Faerieworlds mixes art, lifestyle and commerce to create a highly focused, themed environment where shopping is as much a part of the experience as making friends and frolicking. This is not a sterile convention where you set up and sell, it is an immersive theatrical venue where your product can become part of the fantasy community’s collective consciousness. And, it’s a lot of fun.” –  Robert Self, Publisher, Event Producer