This online concert will be Sooj’s second monthly ConcertWindow broadcast, just in time for Beltane and May Day! “I may be a little excited about the fact that I can FINALLY get y’all some live music without leaving the house,” she says. Sign on and get comfortable! New songs and Beltane-oriented old favorites are set for singing!
Beltane 2017: Growing From Our Roots
Sooj & Renée will take the stage at this lovely close-to-home event on Saturday evening, May 6th. Special thanks to Bobbye for welcoming us!
Come join us as we welcome the Queen of the May! We have new games planned to win the hand of the Beautiful Queen, children’s activities, rituals, candlelight labyrinth and of course MUSIC! S. J. Tucker & Renée Janski will be gracing our stage, as well as our very own BOO! Heidi will enthrall us with her Tribal Fusion Belly Dancing, and Minion will spin your cares away with his fabulous poi!
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If you wish to have an electrical hook up, they are very limited and must be pre-approved and paid with your registration. There is a $20 per cord service fee. Even if you are a workshop presenter or staff there will be a charge and it needs to be paid in advance as spots are limited, and while we will make every effort to assure there are no surges or outages, these cannot be guaranteed and we are NOT responsible for any damages incurred.
December 2016 to Jan 31, 2017 $25/per adult
February 1-28, 2017 $35/per adult
March 1-31, 2017 $45/per adult
April 1-30, 2017 $55/per adult
May 1 registration is closed but you may pay at the gate in cash only
$60 at the gate cash only adult
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$10/vendors and workshops
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Children day passes
$5 vendors, workshops, children’s activities 13-18 yes
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May Moon Magick 2017: Weaving the Web
Musical headliners this year are Leo Starwind and the incomparable Spiral Rhythm! Sooj & her husband Ryan will each teach a workshop this year. Times TBA. Stay tuned!
Come to The Valley of the Dragons as we celebrate May Moon Magick in Beautiful East Tennessee , under the shadow of the Great Smokey Mountains, we gather to Celebrate the Coming of Summer, as we mark the Turning of the Wheel, we invite you to come join us for four days and nights of Joyful communion with The Forces of Nature and The Power of Community, to Play in the Wood, Walk the Sacred Paths, Drum by the Fire, Reach for the Moon, Dance in the May…
The Theme for this year’s May Moon Magick is Weaving the Web. We will focus on How We Are Connected and How We Build those Connections. Our Totem for this Event is Grandmother Spider: The Weaver, The Fire Bringer. The Center Piece, as always, of May Moon Magick will be Sunday’s Weaving of the MayPole. Activities will include Rituals, Drum Circles, Workshops, Bonfires, Music, Children Activities, Adult Activities, and Saturday Feast.
Adult: 100$ (Regular Price)
Children: 12 -17: 40$
Children 11 and under: Free
DayTrip: 50$ / day
This event is held on private property and we reserve the right to turn anyone away or ask them to leave.
There is NO fee for VENDING, but we do ask for a donation for our fundraising raffle.
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No unattended Minors. Absolutely NO pets.
Join us as we Light the Fires, Sing the Songs, Dance the Dance, Spin the Points, Turn the Wheel, and WEAVE THE WEB.
YAY! We’re throwing a festival! After nearly two decades of involvement in the pagan community, the Flint Witches are throwing their first festival! Come join us as we get our “Summer Camp” on Pagan style!
For those who are not familiar, the Flint Witches started out as a group of pagans living on Flint Street in Jonesboro, AR. They got involved in the pagan community in Jonesboro, and eventually moved to Memphis. For years they served as host for both Summerland Grove and Southern Delta events in Memphis, as well as many rites of passage. The Flint Witch way is very much a matter of service to the community, with lots of crafting and a nice heaping spoonful of mischief.
As one would expect, this will not be your average festival. This is PAGAN SUMMER CAMP. Get set to get divided into Houses, compete in all kinds of games, sing around the campfire and welcome the warmer days of May!
Respond to our event page on Facebook to keep up with the goings on! https://www.facebook.com/events/599127346911463/
Tennessee’s most royal Fae family Tuatha Dea and S. J. Tucker, the wild Pixie Bard of the Ouachitas, join musical forces once again in St. Louis for one night only! It’s the best possible time to catch these two acts, who’ll be at the top of their game for the spring festival season, and ready to enchant you at the Bell House’s intimate backyard venue. Small concerts like this one are bound to create the memories of a lifetime, so get your tickets soon- only fifty seats available.
Doors will open at 6:45pm. Please do not arrive or seek entry before that time.
Music will begin at 7pm. There will be a brief intermission between bands.
This wonderful event marks one year that The Green Album has been making its mark and saving Rain Forest land. Tuatha Dea and S. J. Tucker are getting together to celebrate that one year anniversary. With the combined efforts of fourteen recording artists including Tuatha Dea and Sooj, together with all of our amazing fans and supporters, we have succesfully saved over 8,000 acres of land! We think we should celebrate it! SO.. ONE NIGHT ONLY!!! What better way to shake off your Monday blues?
Join Sooj, Renée, Tuatha Dea, and delightfully witchy others at the 32nd annual Heartland Pagan Festival! Held each Memorial Day weekend, Heartland Pagan Festival is five days and four nights of magic, music, workshops and rituals, with plenty of time to connect with the gorgeous green spaces of Gaea Retreat Center.
S. J. & Renée and Tuatha Dea will give their big back-to-back concert on Sunday evening of the festival. Sooj and Renée have a Bardic Circle performance on Saturday afternoon, and Sooj will teach her Internal Alchemy workshop during the weekend!
Join Sooj, Mama Gina, Bran Cerddorion, speakers Prudence Priest & Rowena Whaling, and hosts Willo’ Wellspring & Alfred Willowhawk for some sweet summer magic & music at the edge of the mountains!
Three Gates Gathering is a Mystery School that is the brainchild of Willo’ Wellspring established in 2008. Its mission is to provide an educational opportunity for individuals from every tradition and at every level to learn and grow from each other in a stress free, family oriented environment while also accommodating adult needs. People and groups of Pagans from all over North America come for this weekend of fellowship, music, and learning.
PSG is an intense and beautiful week long festival, all about exploring your spiritual connection to others and to the planet. Not only that, but it draws some REALLY GREAT PERFORMERS! Sooj is thrilled to be back, and to share the spotlight with Spiral Rhythm, Nathaniel Johnstone & Tempest, Sentinel Grove, Damh the Bard, and Arthur Hinds!
Presenters for this year include Sooj’s buddies Tempest, River Higganbotham, the effervescent Selena Fox, and more!
“Each year, the PSG community comes together, creates, and lives in a 21st century Pagan village which is our home for the duration of the weeklong celebration of Summer Solstice. The sacred fire that we light during our Opening Ritual and keep burning throughout symbolizes the solstice sun and spirit of the PSG community.”
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Sooj will be performing all over the place during the week of PSG; she’ll have a morning performance, a noon show, and an evening concert, plus participation in the beautiful new tradition known as BARDAPALOOZA, a giant jam session begun in the Year of the Flood, when all the PSG performers get together and rock out!
She’ll also be teaching two workshops, times TBA! Here they are:
The National Women’s Music Festival is a four-day musical and cultural extravaganza that incorporates all facets of women’s lives. It’s a jam-packed long weekend where choices for things to do range from workshops, concerts, comedy, theatre presentations, a marketplace, newly released films and videos, a live auction, spirituality series, writer’s series and much, much more!
Attendees come from all genders and cultures, cutting across ethnic, racial, sexual, age, and ability boundaries. Likewise, Festival programming reflects many points of view; a diversity of ideas and topics are explored and discussed in a safe environment. Festival is an environment in which philosophies and politics are open for discussion, not mandated or judged.
Sooj, Renée, RJ and friends will perform on the Friday Day Stage, Sooj will give a workshop, and Renée will direct the women’s chorus at the festival!
Put a Pixie from the South and a Goddess from North of the Border together in concert and what do you get? Let’s find out! Sooj’s Pixie Magic and Leslie’s Goddess Goodness fuse for the first show ever tonight, in a kickoff concert for Leslie’s #GoddessRevolutionTour! Don’t miss it!
Singer-songwriters S. J. Tucker and Leslie Hudson are sharing the spotlight for the first time ever this summer as part of Leslie’s #GoddessRevolution tour! Lusciously combined shows with these two powerful performers are scheduled in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Montana, Washington state, and Oregon.
Leslie Hudson is a powerhouse performer and prolific songwriter bringing rock, jazz, metal, blues, folk, filk and funk to conventions and venues across Canada and the USA. The body of her work illustrates the mosaic of the feminine spirit across culture, history and myth, digging into the dirt, traversing the shadows, and bringing the truth to light. There’s a Goddess Revolution going on and this rebel redhead is voicing the stories of characters who continue to inspire it, from archetypes to Inhumans, without apology. Hudson’s influences, woven into her voice as well as her fingers on the keys, glide from Tori Amos to Loreena McKennitt, Metallica to Simon & Garfunkel. Armed with a synesthetic palette, she invites her listeners to see through the eyes of heroines, villains, lovers and liars alike, as she breathes new life into stories less often told.
In 2017 Leslie embarks on a six-month North American tour with stops in more than 20 states and 3 provinces. On tour as at home her performances range from solo shows to singer-songwriter showcases to 10-piece band showstoppers. Her recent albums are rooted in the diversity of sci fi, pop culture, folklore, myth, and the lessons life brings. Find out more at http://lesliehudson.com
“Hudson seeks to get under the skin of [her] characters, probe their fictitious souls and, through the raw power of her music, to make them flesh-and-blood, to honor them with real human angst. And the results are nothing short of spectacular.” –Daniel Jun Kim, Pop Mythology
S. J. Tucker, self-motivated singer-songwriter, poet, author and actress, came flying out of the Memphis music scene in 2004, guitar in hand and voice at the ready, and her feet have hardly hit the ground since. Come Monsters, Misfits, and Mythpunks! Come Witches, Pirates, and Literati! Come Dreamers fair and Schemers foul! S. J. Tucker’s got a song for you. Slinging every sort of tune from a Murder Ballad about robots and thieves to a Shapeshifter’s Riverboat Shanty, this steamy siren slings ’em all from her drumming hands, her dancing guitar, and her soaring voice.
On the road across the continent full time for a fourteenth year, S. J., called “Sooj” by fans and friends, deftly binds together the varied elements of jazz, folk, and fairytales in her original tunes. No two of her concerts are the same, but listeners and critics compare her guitar work to that of Emily Saliers, her vocal delivery to KT Tunstall and Joni Mitchell. The body of her recorded work spans more than thirteen years and features frequent guest performances by other hardworking indies. S. J. often travels solo, but also shares concerts with her 3-piece band Tricky Pixie, Toronto’s Heather Dale Band, Seattle’s Dogwood & Johnstone, and now the lovely Leslie Hudson!
“Tucker is not only fantastic; she’s like a character out of a fantasy novel. She weaves myth and magic into her lyrics as easily as a strain of cello, a lick of something electric, the chuffing of a train engine…Tucker has a knack – no, a genius – for weaving old ways with new.” -C. S. E. Cooney, Blackgate.com