Headliners: John Beckett, Dru Ann Welch, Grey Ghosthawk
Drum Circle: Kelso, Becca and Friends - Music: TBA

Celebrating 24 years of Florida Pagan Gathering

Beltaine 2020

April 22- 26, 2020

Maddox Ranch 2211 W Bella Vista Road, Lakeland off Interstate 4, at Exit 31

FPG welcomes you to five days of spirituality and community building! Set up camp, commune with nature, relax,

visit the vendors, attend meet and greet, drum circle, workshops, and rituals.

This FPG we are pleased to host well known authors and musicians

Headliners

John Beckett, Dru Ann Welch, Grey Ghosthawk

Drum Circle

Kelso, Becca and Friends

Music

TBA

Maddox Ranch

2211 W Bella Vista Street, Lakeland, FL 33810

is conveniently located just a few miles from I-4 exit 31. Google Maps shows the festival's entrance at the owner's driveway. You may NOT use this entrance. The correct festival entrance is the next driveway to the right on the map, there are sand pits along the road and it will be marked with an FPG Banner.

Tents, RVs, Pop Ups and Camper sites are available (no hookups). Whisper generators permitted, noisier generators may be asked to set up in more isolated areas.

Motel accommodations located minutes from the site.

Workshops

Workshops slots still available! Please sign up to present a workshop before September 10th for Samhain or March 10 for Beltaine by emailing workshop@flapagan.org

Information

Contact Us Form: Click here

General Infomation: Ann Marie - 727-479-7213

Email: Tegbod@flapagan.org

Snail Mail: FPG 7139 62nd St N, Pinellas Park FL 33781

Registration

Registration is now OPEN! Click here for more info or email Bobbi Jo at register@flapagan.org

After you register please email any special requests to register@flapagan.org. There is no guarantee that your request can be granted, all requests are first received first granted.

Registration Prices:

Full Event: Adult - $75

Full Event: Child - $20

Kids Under 5 - Free

Vendor 10x10 space- $110 for space and one admission

Full Event includes tent camping and all events, concert and workshops.

Weekend Passes:

Adult: $65

Child: $20

Kids Under 5 - Free

Weekend Passes start 9am on Friday, and includes tent camping and all events, concerts and workshops

Day Passes:

Adult: $35

Child: $10

Kids Under 5 - Free

Day Passes are valid from 9am to Midnight and do not include camping.

Concert Passes:

Adult: $20

Child 5-17: $10

Child under 5: Free

Concert Passes are valid from 6 pm to Midnight and do not include camping.

Staffing Info

STAFF POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE. You can be a bigger part of the great FPG community. We need your help to put on this wonderful event. Staff receives a discount and early admission for the festival.

Positions include:

  • Site
  • Guest hearth
  • Registration
  • Workshops and Community Center
  • Children’s Realm
  • Trolley
  • Vendor Services

To apply for a staff position, please fill out the Online Application found here.

Words from a Volunteer:
"I love FPG and what it stands for and admire all of you who work hard to make it run so smoothly and would love a chance to be part of that team"

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How FPG Came to Be

For many years, the Church of Iron Oak, ATC has sponsored the Florida Pagan Gathering. When it started, it was an important part of the legal battle we were embroiled in but it soon succeeded in getting the message out beyond our wildest imagination!

First it was called the Freedom Fest and was held at a small resort on the East Coast of Florida. Then, the battle was over, the dust settled and the lawyers put away their briefs but the festivals continued. We changed the name to the Florida Pagan Gathering when we moved it to a place that could accommodate more people. Over the next two years, the festival grew to more than 300 people! It became a wonderful chance to bring together the Pagan community as well as attract popular authors to Florida, many for the first time. By that time, most of the FPG staff were from different groups or were solitaries so we were already a Florida-wide staff.

Well, we of the Church of Iron Oak, want the festival to continue under a statewide community event as our thanks to the wonderful Pagan community inside and outside of Florida, people who helped us during our difficulties. We decided to continue the festival under the watchful and caring hands of the Florida Pagan community, since it pretty much was already. On October 4, 2000, the Temple of Earth Gathering, Inc (TEG). was formed as an independent Pagan council. It is composed of Pagans from all over Florida expressly to manage FPG.

Since this is a community event, we are always looking for good people who are willing to help this festival become a success. Please consider helping us continue to make this festival successful by joining TEG! We always have openings for people who can work along with us and keep the spirit growing. Please contact the festival coordinator or the TEG president and be a member the Temple of Earth Gathering.

Be sure to bookmark our new web site, the home page of the Temple of Earth Gathering, and check it for exciting festival news!

Blessed Be,

Roger Coleman, HP Church of Iron Oak

  • Ann Marie Augustino 7139 52nd Street North Pinellas Park, FL 33781