It’s not quite autumn yet, but the fall event season is in full swing this weekend with steampunk gatherings coast-to-coast in the U.S. along with happenings in Canada, England, Wales, Portugal, and Finland.
The Amherstburg Uncommon Festival is set to return to the Ontario town near Detroit
Escape rooms and a Victorian-style circus sideshow are among the prime attractions at the second Amherstburg Uncommon Festival, a mostly free steampunk- and fantasy-themed event set for Sept. 27-29 in Amherstburg, Ontario.
Michigan Steam Expo and Greenfield Village make for a fun-filled holiday weekend
Steampunk enthusiasts in the Detroit area will get a double dose of merriment over Memorial Day weekend as the first-ever Michigan Steam Expo takes place on May 26, followed by a trip to The Henry Ford’s open-air history museum.
Musicians, makers and cosplayers will be on hand at the Motor City Steam Con near Detroit
A concert featuring Frenchy and the Punk and The Men That Will Not Be Blamed for Nothing will be among the highlights as the third Motor City Steam Con takes place July 13-15 in Novi, Michigan.
Entertainment is the focus at the Steam Dream Expo in Olde World Village near Battle Creek
Snake dancers, fire performers, and sideshow acts are among the attractions as the Steam Dream Expo returns June 15-17 to Olde World Village in Augusta, Michigan. Also scheduled to appear is steampunk favorite Vourteque.
A Michigan steampunk artist has her greatest success selling handmade jewelry close to home
Most people go to farmers’ markets for deals on fresh produce, but at the one in Flint, Michigan, you can find Heather Wright selling her handmade steampunk jewelry. Her creations recently caught the eye of Michigan Radio.