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Feast of the Goat Queen 2023 - A Ren Faire for the Fae Folk

A ren-faire for the Fae folk, enjoy beer releases, baby goats, artisan market, food vendors and other entertaining oddities.

By Rabid Brewing

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, July 22 · 2 - 11:30pm CDT


Rabid Brewing 17759 Bretz Dr Homewood, IL 60430

Refund Policy

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 9 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Rabid Brewing's Feast of the Goat Queen is the most fascinating and bonkers fest in Chicago's South Suburbs, celebrating Floralia with fae costumes, new beers, baby goats, music, food vendors, and an artisan market of the natural, mystical, and magical.


- New Brews

What would a festival be without some delicious and unique beers to try?

- Artisan Fair

Carefully curated artists from Chicagoland and as far as New York will be present to provide a unique shopping experience of the natural, mystical, and magical. (2-7 PM)

- Wandering Wizard (2-7PM)

Our very own Wandering Wizard will amaze you with tricks and illusion.

- Fae Costumes (all day!)

Like a renfaire for the fae folk, attendees are encouraged to dress like elves, satyrs, wood nymphs, goblins, brownies, etc. Leaf wreaths, pointy ears, or a pair of horns fit right in. The Goat Queen and her flock of fae will be a spectacle on hand to greet you.

- Baby Goats 2-7 PM

Contrary to some beliefs, there will be no eating of goats. But there will be live goats abound! Have a beer, pet a baby goat. Blow kisses at the goats. Tell goat stories. Introduce your kids to the kids.

- Food Vendors including vegan options 2-9PM

Cinnaholic Wicker Park, Smash Burgers and meat/dairy/egg free options

- After Dark Entertainment 7PM- 11:30 PM

In the evening, expect to see fire eating, burlesque, music and MORE!

Frequently asked questions

Are kids allowed?
Are dogs allowed?
Is outside food and drink allowed?
Is there bicycle parking?

About the organizer

Organized by
Rabid Brewing

Rabid Brewing is the art of beer, the building of community and the fostering of local artists.  Opening as Homewood's first brewery in October 2017, Rabid has established itself as a place for discussion, creation and exploration.