August 10 - 12, 2018 at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel Presented by Brian Cain, Christian Day, and the Witches of New Orleans

Join in the Magic!

Tales of the magic of the Crescent City of New Orleans stretch back over centuries. It is an enigmatic place where Voodoo, Hoodoo, Witchcraft, and even Christianity blend at a crossroads of spiritual power. On August 10th to 12th, 2018, Brian Cain, Christian Day, and the Witches of New Orleans present HexFest: A Weekend of Witchery held in the heart of the historic French Quarter. The conference opens with a Riverboat Ritual and dinner, held on an authentic steamboat on the Mississippi River, followed by two full days of workshops, drumming, and ritual at The Bourbon Orleans Hotel, a venue riddled with a history of hauntings. HexFest has gathered Witches, rootworkers, Voodoo priests and other magical teachers from within New Orleans and around the world to offer their time-honored wisdom. Between workshops, attendees will love the magical shopping in our on-site vending area where you can purchase powerful ritual tools, signed books, exquisite jewelry, and spellcrafts handmade by true practitioners!

Presenters for 2018 hail from across the spectrum of Witchcraft and magic. Our presenters include Brian Cain, Christian Day, Christopher Penczak, Judika Illes, Jason Miller, Fiona Horne, Jason Mankey, Edain McCoy, Krystal Madison, Witchdoctor Utu, Dragon Ritual Drummers, Star Casas, Val Hughes, Lady Rhea, Lilith Dorsey, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Leanne Marrama, Christine Stephens, Elie Barnes, Sandra Mariah Wright, Sen Moise, Priestess Miriam, Carie Ewers, Austin Shippey, Sen Elias, Rozi Adam, Levi Rowland, Priestess Claudia, and Maria Cabot!

Delve into the secrets of true magic and expand your knowledge of the hidden arts!

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“This gathering was so amazing! Each teacher's passion in their magical path made the class irreplaceable and treasured. Leaving Hexfest last year I felt each of us had been given such a sacred gift of knowledge on the many facets of Witchcraft and Voodoo.”
Portland, Oregon