Paniers by Legault!

Artisan Meads (Melo Lion Meadery)



Viking Sheep

Tidewater Treecrafters 


La Wren's Nest


Wyrd Armouries


Madam Tess


The Leather Arts Store


The Thirsty Frog Beverage & Bistro (Friday)


Peninsula Food Truck (Saturday)


Off Beat Eats by Two Drummers (Sunday)


Entertainment - Music, Dance, and More

We will have new and returning talents, performing throughout the day and evening.

Desert Wind

Desert Wind and its members have become a sought after entertainment group on the Hampton Roads concert stages and along the east coast at seminars and at art festivals. The product of Janna's International Dance Studio, Desert Wind specializes in the dances of the Middle East, both traditional and cabaret. They are known for their expressive and innovative use of modern music and their unique costuming, staging, and exceptional Middle Eastern Belly Dance technique.

Lapis Moon

This Middle Eastern dance troup, a long-time Harvest Faire crowd-pleaser, lights up our stage with their beauty and grace.

Dragonfly Tribal Bellydance


Captivating, Creative Dance

Clan MacCool

Drunken Weasels Border Morris

The Lovebirds East

Queen Ariana



Our good fortune to cross paths - Bellydance/Fusion, Celtic theme.


Rapunzel Meet & Greet and 'Rein'assance

Billy and the Last Resort

T-Rex and the Velociraptors

I Gabe/United Souls

Nick Caffacus/Nick at Nite

Improper Puppetry

Punch & Judy. Thwack!


Visit with our gathering of local groups demonstrating period skills, crafts, and swordplay. Learn about medieval life and times. Try your hand at competitions.


Adrian Empire - Duchy of Cashel

The Adrian Empire is a national 501(c)3 educational organization dedicated to recreating the skills and activities of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance period of early history. This is done through combat, archery and the arts and sciences of the times. The Empire is represented by The Duchy of Cashel (VA) - contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Kingdom of Cornucopia (New World Reenactors) is a live-steel medieval reenactment group based in the Hampton Roads region in Virginia, with members in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Richmond surroundings, North Carolina and California. The group was founded in 1992 by Angel and Kirsty Reyes. We are a role-playing educational group, based on Southern Spain in the 13th Century (1273AD, King Alfonse X reign). Although most of our monthly events are in Suffolk, we also participate in Harvest Faire in Newport News, History Alive at Norfolk Botanical Gardens and the Hampton Roads Medieval Faire in Suffolk. Come on out and visit or join us. (Please bring a bag of smiles!)

Parodi's Academy of Medieval Martial Arts

A reenactment group to educate and entertain. Parodi's Academy will, again, bring their beautiful horses onto the fields to demonstrate equine skills. Learn of military equipment of the Renaissance knights and of the schools of armed combat.

SAVGR Society of Amateur Vikings for General Reenactment


Cypher's Crew

These hearties, these gentlemen and ladies ‘o fortune, come about and drop anchor with us every year.  Maybe looking for sprogs?  Are ye game?

Fenvald Vikings

The Fenvald Vikings is the living history group known simply as The Fenvald, roughly translated as the people of the bog and their strength or authority.  We endeavor to study life in Western Scandinavia during the years of 975 to 1025, when Viking trading and raiding were vital to Norse economies and seafaring during the westward expansion.   We engage in the combat techniques of the period as well as in demonstrating everyday life skills of foodways, clothing production, blacksmithing, weaponry.   We're always looking for new members and new skills.

Ostvik Vikings

The Ostvik Vikings are the living history reenactment group based out of Virginia Beach, Virginia. We endeavor to study all aspects of life in Scandinavia during the years of 975 to 1025 - the years of the discovery of North America and trade between Norway, the British Isles, and Greenland and Iceland.  In-camp demonstrations may include sewing, cooking, leatherworking and woodworking, blacksmithing and even beekeeping. We also engage in fast paced, action packed combat techniques from the Viking age. The shield, spear, axe, sword and knife, as well as the long bow and group field maneuvers.