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Hendricks County Festival brings in aerial acrobats, mermaids and more!

Fairies, unicorns, mermaids and many other legendary creatures will unite May 30th & 31st for the second annual gathering of the fairies in the Heartland at the Central Indiana Enchanted Fairy Festival.

The Central Indiana Enchanted Fairy Festival has grown this year to a two-day event and moved to Beasley’s Orchard in Danville Indiana. It will provide a two-day fairy immersion experience for families from 10 am to 5 pm with a Fairy Ball from 5 pm - 6 pm each day. The celebration culminates in the second year of the Enchanted Fairy Trails, which included fairy stops in 8 counties with 20 locations throughout Hendricks County that include parks, libraries, and businesses. The trail continues to grow in 2020 with new stops added regularly in Hendricks and throughout Indiana.

The fairy festival will expand on the magic that makes the trail so unique and popular. A sampling of the day's festivities includes a fairy tea party, fairy crafts, and games, photo opportunities with fairies, live unicorns and mermaids and amazing performances. Some of the performers include aerial acrobatics 30’ in the air, a 7.5’ tall storytelling Satyr, Celtic musicians, a magic show, archery demonstrations, poi & hoop dancers and much more.

Food and drinks will be available for purchase throughout the event, and 50 craft vendors also will be on hand. 

The entire event is pet-friendly with a percentage of the proceeds benefiting the Hendricks County Humane Society. Come see the animal rescues that will be on site.

For more information or to purchase discounted tickets in advance for the Central Indiana Enchanted Fairy Festival, go to To learn more about the year-round fairy trail, go to

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