Phoenix, AZ, September 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The event titled Festival Fete Fantastique is a chance to wear your sexiest outfit/costume and enjoy scantily-clad fantasy characters like faeries, pixies, dragons, etc. frolicking in their Enchanted Realm” (the name of the art show). There will be prizes for best costumes.
The show features the art of two internationally known fantasy artists, Tray Mead and Sara Clements.
The event includes a night of provocative entertainment including the Faerie Burlesque show. The timeless Alwun House celebrates fantasy and other-worldly communities with a festival. “Fete Fantastique” revelers enter banner-festooned gardens where there performances, food, song, drink and fine art mixed with faeries, lords, elves, trolls, warlocks, winged beings, etc. Stage show with frolicking Renaissance, Middle-Eastern and Pagan dancers, features their courtly reigning Enchantress Princess (TC). In the “Village Circle,” food court are vendors with “fantasy enhancements” like: faerie wings, talismans, wands, headdresses, face painters and Tarot readings. The West garden is the “Enchanted Garden” featuring ambient harp, poetry and minstrels around the pond.
Bring your appetite and imagination for a memorable start of Fall Season. The Fete’s open to all fantasy lovers (even closeted): from renaissance, tribal and pagan groups, terrestrials of any origin and all who believe in other worlds. Or, for all those who just like a night of great fun.
Get your tickets in advance on line for only eight dollars at showup.com or $12 at the door. Proceeds benefit Alwun House foundation and programs.
The Alwun House has become most renowned for its very provocative February event “Exotic Shows.” This is their equally sexy fall counter part to that show. It will be great fun. Don’t miss it.