Midwest Pagan Council

41st Annual Pan Pagan Festival - August 2-6, 2017


So, what goes on at PPF?

The short answer is: connecting to fellow Pagans, the Lord & Lady, and Nature, workshops, merchants selling wears, a lot of drumming and over all, fun.

Pan Pagan Festival is a 5 day festival that opens Wednesday and runs until Sunday, noon.

Workshops presented by you, our lovely attendees, take place Thursday through Saturday at set times and locations.
Check out the Workshops we've already lined up for this year's fest!

Here's a breakdown of the events that are staples during the week.


The only event on Wednesday is Opening Ritual mid-afternoon to set the "theme" of the Festival.
Why is nothing else scheduled for Wednesday?
Because the Council feels that after traveling to get to the festival, you don't need to find a workshop you want to attend started 10 minutes ago and you haven't even found a place to camp.


Thrusday night the MPC hosts a Meet & Greet, drinks and munchies provided. Come out and introduce yourself, reconnect with old friends, and meet new ones.

After Meet & Greet, the MPC asks for voluneteers to head up to the field and light the labrynth. Make sure you walk the labrynth after it is lit for a truly magical experience.


Friday night, we treat you to a wonderful band!


To start our evening, we have an Auction and Raffle. Items kindly donated by our merchants that received three bids go to auction. We alsohave a raffle for select items that have been donated.

After the Auction and Raffle we have the Feast! That's right, we feed you! Bring your chairs, utensils and plates, something to drink and break bread with those at the fest.

To end the evening, we have the Main Ritual, where we focus our combined energies on the theme each year. It is followed by a bonfire where drummers settle, people dance, and all have a truly magical night.


Like Wednesday, there is only one event, Closing Ritual at noon to bring the fest to a close and say farewell to another fantastic fest.

If you have any questions, please email us at midwestpagancouncil@yahoo.com