We are not ashamed of the Gods we reverence and the ways we celebrate! We are coming "out of the broom closet"       - Cecylyna Dewr      

Note: Vending for Nashville Pagan Pride Day 2018 is now closed.  Please check back in January 2019 for information on vending at Nashville Pagan Pride Day 2019.

Nashville Pagan Pride Day 2018 will be on September 29, 2018, 10 am to 5 pm at Two Rivers Park - See you then!

Opening Ritual:  Invocation to the Ancestors by the Nashville Pagan Pride Day Coordinators.

Main Ritual:  Raven Moon Hearth will be performing a ritual to honor the God, Freyr. Offerings will be made to Ingvi-Frey as God of Peace and Harvest.Acceptable offerings would include herbs, fruits, or vegetables. Homegrown are a plus. These offerings will be disposed of properly after PPD closes for the day, due to park restrictions.

Closing Ritual:  Temple of the Rising Moon

The most bodacious witch in Nashville, the one and only Tish Owen will be our Guest Witch of Honor at Nashville Pagan Pride Day this year.  Psychic, Priestess and Witch about town, Tish Owen is one of the best known and most beloved Wiccans in Nashville. She is the owner of Goddess and the Moon, one of the oldest metaphysical stores in Nashville.


Featured Entertainer

Rowena of the Glen 

IPMA Award Winner, Best Female Artist 2017

This is a free event.  We do request a nonperishable donation for either or both of our designated charities, Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee and Middle Tennessee Pet Food Bank. Check out their wish lists here.

Paganism is one of the fastest growing religious groups in the United States today, and we're coming out to celebrate our unity and our diversity as a group of religious paths focused on nurturing our connections to the Divine, the Earth, and each other.

Join us  a day of music, workshops, great food and awesome rituals at Two Rivers Park on September 29, 2018, from 10 am to 5 pm.

Please read our Event Policies for 2018.

Come out and celebrate our awesome Pagan Community! We will have vendors, workshops, readers, rituals, food, and entertainment.

We want to remind everyone of our non-discrimination policy. Nashville Pagan Pride Day, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual preference. All official participants, including staff, presenters, vendors, entertainers, and community groups are expected to respect and abide by these principals.

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