Embrace the Magic of the Halloween Season at White Hart's
Feast of the Goblin King
Enter a world of mystery and enchantment at the Feast of the Goblin King, a Halloween-themed Renaissance Faire event that will transport you to a fantastical realm of dark magic and circus thrills. Held annually in the heart of Missouri, this event has become a beloved tradition for locals and visitors alike, offering a unique and immersive experience that captures the spirit of both Halloween and the Renaissance period.
Step through the gates and immerse yourself in the vibrant and exciting world of the Goblin King. You'll find bustling streets filled with colorful characters, vendors selling unique and artisanal wares, and the sounds of live music and performances that will leave you spellbound. Our talented entertainers will amaze you with their sword fighting demonstrations, fire eating, aerial acrobatics, and more.
But that's just the beginning. As you explore the fairgrounds, you'll encounter mysterious and magical creatures lurking in the shadows, daring you to brave their challenges and earn their favor. The aroma of mouth-watering foods and drinks will tantalize your senses, and you may even encounter a few surprises along the way.
Whether you're a seasoned Renaissance faire enthusiast or a newcomer to this world of wonder, the Feast of the Goblin King promises a journey like no other. Join us for a night of dark magic and circus thrills, and experience a Halloween event unlike any other.
We welcome all types of performers to showcase their unique talents at the Feast of the Goblin King. As an entertainer, you'll have the opportunity to enchant our guests with your Halloween and circus-themed acts that bring an eerie yet captivating experience for all.
We're looking for acts that can embody the dark and mysterious atmosphere of the Goblin King's realm, including but not limited to:
Musicians and singers
Traditional dancers and performers
Puppeteers and ventriloquists
Comedy troupes and improv groups
Creepy clowns and jesters
Haunting magicians and illusionists
Bone-chilling storytellers and actors
Fortune tellers and tarot card readers
Spooky sword fighters and combat performers
Fearless fire breathers and acrobats
Contortionists and circus performers
Escape artists and daredevils
Stilt walkers and balloon artists
Human oddities and sideshow performers
Costume characters and mascots
Other unique and eerie acts.
If you have a unique act that you believe would fit well with our Goblin King's realm, we'd love to hear from you. Our team will review your application and determine whether it's a good fit for our event.
Please note that due to space limitations, we can only accept a limited number of performers each year. We encourage you to apply early to increase your chances of being selected.
As an outside contractor, we require all entertainers to have their own liability insurance and to adhere to our safety guidelines. We'll provide you with a copy of our rules and regulations upon acceptance of your application.
We're excited to see what kind of entertainment you can bring to the Feast of the Goblin King!
Date: October 28th, 2023
Hours: Gates open at Noon and close at 8 pm for the public.
(From 5:30 PM til 7:00 PM the event will be open to Trick Or Treaters for free.)
Location: 5651 Hwy. F, Hartville, MO. 65667
Stages: 4 Stage Locations, Plenty of open areas for acts or encampments, Plus One Major Stage Reserved for the Feast itself with the Finale Performances
Entertainer Requirements and Compensation
Entertainers must adhere to specific time and space requirements, and must perform within the designated areas.
Equipment and Props:
Entertainers are responsible for their own equipment and props, and must ensure that they are safe and appropriate for the event.
Entertainers must follow all safety guidelines, including fire safety regulations and ensuring that their performances do not pose a danger to themselves, other performers, or event attendees.
Entertainers must dress appropriately for the Renaissance era and their specific act.
Contract and Liability:
Entertainers must sign a contract and provide proof of liability insurance prior to the event. Any damages caused by the entertainer or their equipment will be their responsibility.
Some entertainers will be compensated for their performance, with payment amount determined prior to the event.
For questions, please contact Michelle Tongyai, General Manager, via phone at 417-241-8088, through the Feast of the Goble King page on Facebook, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm.