TempleFest is in-person once again. This year’s TempleFest will be a special one-day outdoor event.
For 2022, TempleFest returns to Kinney Hill as a special one-day event.
96 Woodman Road
South Hampton, NH 03827
Click here for directions.
Attendees are required to show proof of COVID Vaccination at the gate. Face masks are to be properly worn in all areas except designated eating spaces.
Children may attend TempleFest 2022, however there will be no children’s programming or child care onsite.
Registration is $45 per person for the full day, or $30 to attend just the evening ritual (admission at 7 PM).
Children under 13 attend for free when accompanying a paying adult.
Refunds may be requested up to 30 days prior to the event. Eventbrite’s fee is non-refundable.
There will not be a special design for TempleFest 2022 shirts, but 2021 T-shirts are still available. The design for TempleFest 2021 is still available in two variations – Dark shirts and light shirts.
TempleFest shirts are available from our supplier, shipped directly to you.
••• T-shirts will not be available for purchase at the event •••
To apply for vending at TempleFest, please complete our Vendor Information form.
TempleFest 2022 is an in-person event and will not be available online.
TempleFest 2022 will not be recorded.
Preregistration for the individual workshops and rituals is not necessary, but you still have to register for the event. Attendees are able to freely attend any session they wish.
We strongly encourage a “carry-in / carry-out” policy. We recommend that ALL TempleFest participants bring:
- a water bottle; there are water refill stations available
- sunscreen and rain gear as appropriate
- bug repellent
- notebook and pen/pencil
We’d love for you to attend the festival in your best pagan or faery finery, especially for our ritual celebrations. But comfort is important too, so dress for the weather!
The festival goes on! You won’t melt, but we don’t guarantee that, so bring an umbrella if weather is looking like it might get wet.
Yes! Please be aware that Kinney Hill is private farmland. The field is uneven and can be difficult for walkers and wheelchairs with smaller wheels. We regret that we cannot make special accommodations, but the land and location of TempleFest imposes certain restrictions.
Sorry, but only registered service animals are allowed.
Aries Ministry will be providing general security.
TempleFest and the Temple of Witchcraft is not responsible for any belongings or valuables left unattended.
Smokers, please be respectful of nonsmokers and only use the designated smoking area. If you do bring alcohol to the festival please keep it for your personal use only and be mindful that TempleFest is a family-friendly event. Alcohol and/or tobacco are not permitted at the sacred fire area or in ritual space except for ceremonial purposes as arranged by the ritual leaders. Illegal drugs are prohibited.