HexFest Workshop Schedule for 2023!

Presented by Brian Cain, Christian Day
and the Witches of New Orleans

2023 Schedule

HexFest has gathered Witches, rootworkers, and other magical teachers from within New Orleans and around the world to offer their time-honored wisdom. Featured presenters and vendors for 2023 hail from across the spectrum of Witchcraft and magic. Our Vending Ballroom is open from 9am to 7pm on Saturday, August 12th and 9am to 5pm on Sunday, August 13th. Browse our schedule below and click on the name of the workshop for complete details. Each workshop is first come, first serve; hurry to ensure your spot!
Multimedia = Multimedia Workshop

Friday, August 11, 2023

5:30pm Ritual

Creole Queen
Riverboat Ritual
1 Poydras Street Behind the Hilton
[map+directions]
Join us dockside at the Creole Queen for our Riverboat Ritual. Meet at the HexFest table alongside the boat to get your boarding pass. We board promptly at 6 pm so don’t be late! When on-board, visit any of the dining rooms to secure your seat and mingle with presenters and guests as we cruise down the Mississippi. Buffet dinner is served at 6:15 pm, followed by ritual and drumming on the covered roof deck until 9 pm!


Saturday, August 12, 2023

10:15am — Half Hour Break
12:00pm — Hour and a Half Lunch Break
2:45pm — Half Hour Break
4:30pm — Half Hour Break
5:00pm Tour
Bourbon Orleans Hotel Lobby [map]
French Quarter Shop and Pub Crawl
6:30pm — 1 Hour, 45 Minute Dinner Break
(See local guide for options. Reservations recommended!)
8:00pm Event
8:00pm Tour

Sunday, August 13, 2023

10:15am — Half Hour Break
12:00pm — Hour and a Half Lunch Break
2:45pm — Half Hour Break
4:30pm — Half Hour Break
5:00pm Workshops
6:30pm Ritual
8:00pm Event

Venue Map

The map below highlights in red the rooms associated with HexFest. Our vending area is located in Orleans Ballroom on the second floor.

Click here to register for HexFest 2023!

Silver RavenWolf
Silver RavenWolf
“HexFest was one of the best festivals that I have attende! The presenters were amazing and New Orleans speaks for itself!”
Ada, Edwardsburg, MI