2012 Luna Festival: Guam’s Annual Creativity Festival!

2012 marks the 4th year of the annual Luna Festival held around the full moon in October at Jeff’s Pirates’ Cove, on Guam. This music, arts & crafts fair is becoming the creativity festival of the year. Attendees are encouraged to come in costume to enjoy this day full of fun, imagination, magic, great food & drink, entertainment, & creative expression.

Previous Luna Festivals gathered 500-1000 people and we are looking to surpass 1000 this year.

This year attendees can look forward to an open-mic variety show, inviting all guests to participate in any way they wish. Come and share a song, poem, story, dance, or other creative expression. There will also be scheduled performers such as the Rhythm Cheer Company, The Talent Box, Urban Fitness & Dance Studio, Fusion Dance Center, and more to come. Other fun stuff going on will include a live art station, where you can try your hand at painting, be mystified by a walk-around magician, receive tarot readings, face painting, a kids area where they will be making mini nature houses & playing with bubbles, hula hoops, jump ropes & even go on a treasure hunt. Expect spontaneous drum & song circles, skits, & acts of creativity. A the end of the day, we close off with a light-show-family dance party  & a bonfire.

Vendors of all kinds will be selling and displaying goods such as handmade jewelry, clothing, books, cards, crafts, holiday gifts, original artworks, photography, brand name products, local products, kids clothes, toys, accessories, services & more.

Entrance fee is $5/person (under 3 are free) and includes a raffle ticket, and an extra ticket for guests in costume. Extra tickets also for sale for $1. Raffles will be going on throughout the event.

If you or anyone you know is interested in participating by sharing your talent and creativity, or by reserving a vendor space, please contact Michelle Pier via email inspiredshell@gmail.com or phone (671)777-1284.

CLICK HERE for Vendor Form

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