HexFest: Vendors for 2021!

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

2021 Vendors

Vending Area and Presenters’ Meet and Greet

August 7 – 8: Saturday: 9am-8pm & Sunday 9am-4:00pm

HexFest attendees will love the magical shopping in our on-site vending hall—located within the Orleans Ballroom—where you can purchase powerful ritual tools, signed books, exquisite jewelry, and spellcrafts handmade by true practitioners. Our vending area also serves as our presenters’ meet and greet, where you can speak with your favorites between workshops! The ballroom is located on the second floor of the hotel and is accessible by both stairs and elevator. If you're interested in becoming a vendor, click here!

Free Psychic Readings!

As a special bonus for HexFest attendees, we will be offering free psychic readings both days of the festival in the Orleans Ballroom vending area!

Become a Vendor!

Click here to sign up for a vending table and join in the magic of HexFest!

Our Vendors for 2021


Featuring Witchdoctor Utu [bio]

Allos Anthropos
Featuring Elie Barnes [bio]
Allos Anthropos Magical Arts produces artifacts made from herbs and plants grown in a Witch's Garden in the lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. Elie Barnes and Ed Bradley use biodynamic methods and astrological timing to grow a hundred traditional herbs. They harvest, dry and process the herbs into specialty formula magical creations; including, smudge sticks, planetary blends, dream pillows, pocket fetishes and beeswax candles. All items hand grown and made by New Orleans witches.

Creole Moon
Featuring Denise Alvarado [bio]
Creole Moon: A Spiritual Lifestyle Brand by author Denise Alvarado! Featuring candles, books and ritual oils designed to infuse magic into everyday living. Follow us on Instagram @creole_moon.

Crescent City Conjure Enterprises
Featuring Sen Elias [bio]
At Crescent City Conjure we continue to make handcrafted tools to be used in your spiritual work. Established in 2015, Crescent City Conjure has become a beacon for the spiritual community. We are a full-service conjure shop that provides spiritual products, consultations, tarot readings, and a variety of other services. You can visit us in the historic Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans. We hope that you can feel something special in the air at our shop located at 2402 Royal Street New Orleans

Dark Candles
The originator of Gothic and Horror themed candles made specifically for people with dark and eccentric tastes.

Egyptian Jewelry and Art
Featuring Hala Aly [bio]
Haly Aly comes to HexFest directly from her home in Egypt and will be offering Egyptian made jewelry, charms, papyri, and other magical objects of her land.

Gallows Hill Witchery
Featuring Sandra Mariah Wright [bio]
Talismanic jewelry, meticulously chosen palm stones and crystals, handmade charms and other Witchy wonders, all created or curated by Sandra Mariah Wright.

Golden Apple Metaphysical
Featuring Diana Rajchel [bio]
Golden Apple Metaphysical specializes in unique and as much as possible homemade products for the modern witch. Along with spell kits and jewelry, they offer incense, oils, hand-forged items, and whatever weird experiment Diana and Nikki have decided to launch on the public this time.

Magickal Realms
Featuring Lady Rhea [bio]
Enchanted oils, incense and books. All products are designed and crafted from The Enchanted Formulary book written and created by Lady Rhea. The Enchanted Candle book is the exclusive creation of the hand designed and glittered candles.

Mythic Images by Oberon Zell
Featuring Oberon Zell [bio]
Mythic Images is the family business created by Oberon & Morning Glory in 1990 to produce and market their altar statues of Gods & Goddesses, magickal jewelry, books, posters, and more! Oberon's most famous sculpture is his visionary representation of Mother Earth as “The Millennial Gaia.”

Rev. Paul Beyerl
Featuring Rev. Paul Beyerl [bio]
The Hermit'a Grove is the publishing house for books, educational manuals and ritual texts written by Rev. Paul Beyerl and by others who are part of the staff of The Mystery School and The Master Herbalist Program.

Serpentine Spiritual Arts
Serpentine Spiritual Arts offers authentic, energetically potent creations that assist with manifestation. Sancista Jennifer handcrafts Vodou, conjure, witchcraft, Santa Muerte, and ceremonial magick ritual tools, oils, bone and curio divination collections, blessed spirit jewelry and amulets, fixed candles, spell kits, and other occult supplies and folk art. She uses only the finest, highest vibration ingredients and blesses and charges her creations through prayers and rituals.

The AtlantisBookshop
Featuring Geraldine Beskin [bio]
The Atlantis Bookshop opened near the British Museum in London 99 years ago by magicians, for magicians. Aleister Crowley, Dion Fortune, W B Yeats, Austin Osman Spare, Gerald Gardner, Doreen Valiente, Alex and Maxine Sanders and many, many more have been friends and customers. They are the Living History of Magic and sell new and secondhand books to people all over the world.

The Village Witch
Featuring Byron Ballard [bio]
The Village Witch features the books of Asheville Village Witch H. Byron Ballard, as well as oils and talismans from the Appalachian tradition.

Witch Way Magazine
Featuring Michael Herkes [bio]
Witch Way Publishing publishes periodicals and books that encompass various paths of magic, witchcraft, and spirituality.

surcadia
Featuring Baba Teddy Jauw and Lady Kate Henriott [bio]
Surcadia is the marketing face of The Blue Bead Foundation and markets the books, illustrations, artwork and sacred tools made by Baba Teddy Jauw and Lady Kate Henriott that supports their mission as well as supporting other artists and storytellers that share their concerns for women and slavery in the 21st Century.

Click here to register for HexFest 2021!

Hala Aly
Hala Aly

Become a Vendor!

Click here to sign up for a vending table and join in the magic of HexFest!

“Thank you for the magical weekend! I'm already applying things I learned, seeing results, and I've only been home for less than 24 hours.”
Tepintzin, Red Rock, AZ