WHERE WE ARE LOCATED:

101 Frog Town Rd,

Angels Camp,

CA 95222

HOURS:

Saturday Oct. 29th 2022  12pm-10:30pm

Sunday Oct. 30th 2022 11am-6pm

AT THE GATE: ATM AVAILABLE AT BOX OFFICE

Saturday: General Admission (18+yrs) $ 25      Senior/Military /Teen (13-17yrs)   $20     Child (6-12yrs) $15

Sunday: General Admission (18+yrs) $ 20      Senior/Military /Teen (13-17yrs) $15        Child (6-12yrs) $10

Saturday & Sunday: PARKING $ 7 CASH ONLY!

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All Hallow's Team

KIDS (0-5YRS.) FREE ALL WEEKEND! 

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The Original modern themed Costume Play Fantasy Festival In the Mother Lode of California.
"Where Imagination can become your reality!"

The Original 14th Annual All Hallows Faire is a two day all inclusive costume play Celtic New Year's Celebration! Keeping the All-Hallows tradition this year we will have a magnificent fire show and The Burning of the Harvestman. The Faire is deeply rooted in the beliefs of the Celtic people, but combined with all the fun and excitement of a modern Halloween. Hundreds of visiting creatures and characters from your favorite fairy tales and Hollywood movies will come to life over this fun-filled family weekend! The faire offers many exciting venues to hear live music, enjoy themed food and drink, buy unique items, and marvel at jugglers and magicians. Wear your new or old costume and get into the fun and thrills of the faire! Music is always one of the favorites at the faire and this year will be more crazy& eclectic!

Proceeding from a series of in-jokes, The Hollins & Hollins Mortuary Entertainment Show is, first and foremost, The Pine Box Boys. That being said, anybody who knows anything about The Pine Box Boys’ front man Lester T. Raww knows that he has a tremendous affinity for coming up with side projects. These projects include Lester T. Raww’s Graveside Quartet, Lonesome Lester T. Raww and His Acquaintances, The Hollins & Hollins Mortuary Horns, and now, with the addition of Gentleman Jimmy Hadley to the line-up, we have Gentleman Jimmy and The Swindling Dwindlers.

How, then, does one balance limited touring schedules, band member availability, and audience demand? The answer seemed simple to Lester: VARIETY SHOW. The Hollins & Hollins Mortuary Entertainment Show behaves as if it were an old time radio show from the 1930’s, sponsored by The Pine Box Boys’ fictional sponsor, Hollins & Hollins Mortuary Services (As they say, “We’ll be the last ones to let you down.”). Other fictional sponsors are referenced as well: Amalgamated Breakfast Ltd., Snakes In A Can, Skinflint Cigars, to name a few. In between the tongue-in-cheek advertisements, the various “bands” perform - now a song by The Graveside Quartet, now a song by The Pine Box Boys - with occasional announcer cues by Vang Kruntz (the fictional DJ for WRAW - Music For Ghosts). Think of it as an antidote to A Prairie Home Companion.
All of this is fairly easy to pull off considering that all the bands have the same members. Lester T. Raww sings while plucking guitar or ukulele, blowing trombone, occasionally providing an extended kazoo solo. Alex “Possum” Carvidi plays banjo, saxophone, musical saw, piano and accordion. “Gentleman” Jimmy Hadley sings and picks guitar, but he distinguishes himself as the ensemble’s trumpet player. In each of the groups, the rhythm section is held down by Col. Timothy Leather on bass and Slade Anderson.

The Pine Box Boys are familiar to most as darkgrass darlings, offering songs in the tradition of the murder ballad. The Pine Box Boys released their fifth album, The Feast of Three Arms, last year. The other iterations of the band may be less familiar to audiences. Lonesome Lester T. Raww and His Acquaintances is the name Lester uses for his smaller local gigs in San Francisco, focusing on Tin Pan Alley favorites, as well as some original material. In this format, Lester performs solo or invites a variety of other local musicians to join him as one of his “acquaintances.” Lonesome Lester released an album in 2014, Anarkansas. Lester T. Raww’s Graveside Quartet grew out of numerous requests to record a children’s album. Lester feels as though their album Lester T. Raww’s Graveside Quartet SINGS YOUR CHILDREN TO SLEEP does not accomplish what it was intended to do. This is due to the fact that the album is more likely to produce nightmares in children than warm, fuzzy, Raffi-esque feelings. This is, however, the band that Lester is focusing on the most recently; they will begin recording their second album this fall. Gentleman Jimmy and His Swindling Dwindlers is the latest project. The Boys put this band together to accompany trumpeter Jimmy Hadley as he performs newer material or songs from his previous band, Col. Jimmy and The Blackfish.


The fun thing about The Hollins & Hollins Mortuary Entertainment Show is how blurry the lines have become. The guitar/banjo duel of “The Tardy Hearse” has changed into a conflict betwixt trumpet and sax. “Pretty Little Girl” swings at a steady, sinister pace. Crowd favorite “Mr. Skeleton” now sounds like something more suited to Screamin’ Jay Hawkins than a bluegrass band. All of this gives the musicians in The Pine Box Boys more room to express their gallows humor worldview, and if Garrison Keillor were dead today, he’d be spinning in his lonesome grave on the prairie.

Members

Lester T. Raww
Vocals, guitars, ukuleles, trombone, kazoo

Alex “Possum” Carvidi
Vocals, banjo, accordion, saxophone, various sundries

Col. Timothy Leather
Bass, vocals

“Gentleman” Jimmy Hadley
Vocals, guitar, trumpet

Slade Anderson
Drums

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The Central Valley's Premier Party Band. Remedy is one of the central valley's favorite bands. Their fun energy keeps the crowd dancing all night long. The variety of music they play has something for everyone to enjoy. 

The Black Irish Band


Hailing from the historic Gold Rush Country of America, the four member Black Irish Band have a musical style that is as timeless as the rugged landscape of the west, a tribute to the people whose lives were spent building the world we now take for granted. The band has a large compliment of traditional maritime and railroad music, as well as ethnic tunes in their repertoire. They excel at Irish & Scottish, Italian, and American folk music with an assortment of original songs and traditional western ballads. The bands musical style captures the spirit of the immigrants of this land, the men and women who tamed the Wild West.

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Skull Country is a Spaghetti Western Jam Band based out of Calaveras County, CA. Featuring Hobo All Stars from The Hot Dark, Risky Biscuits and Brothers Strong, this band brings a cinematic soundscape mixed with some good ol' time dance music.

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LELANI AND THE DISTRACTIONS

The Sierra Foothills Pop, Rock, Blues and Funk Band. This band is definitely a foothills favorite. High energy music that keeps you moving. 

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Skull Country is a Spaghetti Western Jam Band based out of Calaveras County, CA. Featuring Hobo All Stars from The Hot Dark, Risky Biscuits and Brothers Strong, this band brings a cinematic soundscape mixed with some good ol' time dance music.

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STAGE TIMES

Mark Twain Building

All  Hallows Stage

SATURDAY
12:30PM
Pine Box Boys
1:30PM
Remedy
2:30PM
Pine Box Boys
3:30PM
Remedy
4:30PM
Pine Box Boys
5:30PM 
Costume Contest 
6:15PM
Blackeyed Dempseys
7:15PM
Costume Contest
8:00PM 
Blackeyed Dempseys

SUNDAY
12:30PM
Skull Country
2PM
Lelani and The Distractions
3:30PM
Skull County
5PM
Lelani and The Distractions

Cantina Stage

SATURDAY
12:45PM
Skull-Country
2:00PM
Black Irish Band 
3:15PM
Skull-Country
4:30PM
Black Irish Band
SUNDAY
TBD

IN THE REALMS

Hearts of Khyber

SATURDAY
 Hearts of Khyber through out the day

SUNDAY

 Hearts of Khyber through out the day

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Queen's Court

St. Andrews Royal Court

Village Stage

SATURDAY
12:30-1:15PM-
Richy Bee Show 
1:15-1:45PM
Chase Martin Show
1:45-2:30PM
Richy Bee Show
2:30-3:00PM 
Chase Martin Show  
3:00-4:15PM
Costume Contest Kids
4:15-4:45PM
Richy Bee Show
4:45-5:15PM
Chase Martin Show

SUNDAY
11:30-12:00PM
Chase Martin Show
12:00-12:45PM  
Richy Bee Show
12:45-1:15PM  

Chase Martin Show  
1:15-2:00PM      
Richy Bee Show
2:15-2:45PM  
Chase Martin Show
3:00-4:15PM    
Kids Costume Contest
4:14-5:15 PM
Adult Costume Contest

Various Times Throughout the Day
Warrior Battles

9:15-10:30PM
Fire Extravaganza
Presented by
Kevin Axtell & Phoenix Fire Family

Burning of the Harvestman