We are not ashamed of the Gods we reverence and the ways we celebrate! We are coming "out of the broom closet" - Cecylyna Dewr      

Nashville Pagan Pride Day 2015 will be on October 10, 2015, 10 am to 5 pm at Two Rivers Park - See you then!

This is a free event.  We do request a donation for either or both of our designated charities, Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee and Middle Tennessee Pet Food Bank.

Guest Presenter:  Gypsey Teague is a Georgian Elder and author of Steampunk Magic from Weiser, among other popular fiction and non fiction books. She has been a practicing witch for 40 years and a woodworker for far longer. Gypsey is the Branch Head of the Gunnin Architecture Library at Clemson University and a member of the faculty with a Masters in Landscape Architecture. She is currently writing The Witches Guide to Wands for Weiser. Gypsey is an Elder in the Norse, Georgian, and Steampunk traditions.

Guest Performer:  Bringing its tribal rhythms to this year’s Pagan Pride Day, Tuatha Dea is a Celtic ensemble band from East Tennessee. From simple rhythms grew an elaborate repertoire of material - traditional Celtic ballads, blood-stirring tribal pieces, rock covers, original tunes this band has great stage presence, bringing the audience into the music.

The name derives from Irish mythology of the Tuatha de Danaan, whose name is often translated as "children of the goddess Danu"

Paganism is one of the fastest growing religious groups in the United States today, and we're coming out to celebrate our unity and our diversity as a group of religious paths focused on nurturing our connections to the Divine, the Earth, and each other.

Join us  a day of music, workshops, great food and awesome workshops at Two Rivers Park on October 10, 2015, from 10 am to 5 pm.

Please read our Event Policies for 2015.

Come out and celebrate our awesome Pagan Community! We will have vendors, workshops, readers, rituals, food, and entertainment.

Check back here frequently for news and updates!

This year Nashville Pagan Pride Day proudly supports Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and The Middle Tennessee Pet Food Bank as our designated charities. We will be collecting nonperishable food at our event.

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