The Fifth Annual Frederick Pagan Pride Day will be held on Saturday, September 14th, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Frederick. We are currently accepting entertainment applications. If you are interested in performing, please fill out the form below.
Private Story – 11 am Performance
Private Story is an acoustic duo based in Frederick County. Their soaring and sometimes haunting harmonies give listeners inspired arrangements of favorite rock, country, and old folk favorites, as well as newer songs that you just might have overlooked. Their love of song and their enjoyment of making music together makes for time well-treasured.
Luna Aerial Dance and Performing Arts – 1 pm performance
Luna Aerial Dance and Performing Arts is an aerial dance company in Frederick MD open to curious minds of all ages, genders, and body types. Luna is a safe and supportive space where you can explore all of the amazing things of which your body is capable. The world is filled with wonder – sometimes you just have to climb a little higher to find it. Luna’s performance will feature Aerial Silks, Lyra, Static Trapeze and more!
Kindred Crow – 1 pm performance
Kindred Crow is a Pagan Folk project featuring Irene Glasse (Cassandra Syndrome
, Imbolc Fire
, Revel Moon
), Chris Kackley (Cassandra Syndrome
, Imbolc Fire
), Kat Gray (Kat Savery, Twelve Days Dry) Rachel Elizabeth and Jake Hackney. Blending elements of mystery, magic, music and mirth, Kindred Crow is an acoustic journey through the landscape of Spirit. Songs shift and shimmer like sunlight on dark feathers, treading the ground between myth, imagination and memory. This gleaming hoard of secret treasure and shining stories finds a voice in acoustic instruments and vocals at once sweet and compelling. Kindred Crow flies free, giving melody a cloak of wings and a call impossible to ignore. Listen, and hear the call of the Crow.
Lindsey McCormick is a belly dance performer and instructor in Frederick, MD. With 20 years of previous dance experience, she took a belly dance class several years ago and has been hooked ever since. She loves teaching her unique fusion blend and sharing her passion for belly dance with her students and audience members. She founded Troupe Anam Cara with members Tracy and Kelly and they have studied under teachers including Kristen Dorsey, Deborah Colley, Angela Petry and Jensuya. Troupe Anam Cara enjoys performing at local events such as Illuminate Frederick, Renn faire in the City, and local Haflas. Lindsey currently teaches belly basics at New Spire Arts Center in Frederick.