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What are Psychic Fairs?

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  • By Sarah Abramson
  • Published: 12/26/20 8:00 PM EST
  • Updated: 12/29/22 11:17 PM EST

What are Psychic Fairs?

We are more accustomed to going to see our regular psychic, whether that’s once a month or once a year, but outside of this session, there is little interaction with the psychic world. What happens if you become complacent with your psychic or you stop taking the guidance so seriously. Maybe you are new to psychic practices and have no idea where to start. Of course, there are some who are still those who want to find more ways to prove that psychics are just a bunch of con artists. A psychic fair might be the ideal place for you.

A psychic fair is normally a two- or three-day event where different psychics come together to offer different types of readings under one roof. It’s often a good place for the curious to explore psychic readings without having to pay the usual fees. Psychic fairs a nice way to test the water. If you are a non-believer, you can try some reading without feeling like you are being ripped off. For believers, they can gain new perspectives.

What Readings Are Usually at a Psychic Fair?

You can expect Tarot card readers, palm readers, and spirit channelers or spirit guides. There are sessions to tell you about your past, your present, and your future. There is far more than just readings. There are opportunities to buy crystals and candles, Reiki, Runes and Tea Leaf Reading. What appears at each fair will depend on the organizers.

Oftentimes, you will also be able to find a great mixture of traditional techniques and the modern. Take, for example, Aura photos and even packages of biorhythms palm analysis, love scopes, and Tarot in one. More often than not you will find rows and rows of books about every type of psychic practice available.


What Prices Might You Pay at a Psychic Fair?

It’s going to vary greatly from state to state, even country to country. Some will charge a small entrance fee, especially if they are aiming to raise money for charity. Others have a fixed fee of $100 and this includes a 15-minute private reading. You can also find psychic fairs with short readings for as little as $10.

Don’t be surprised if some readings are still between the $40-$60 range. As with our regular readings, the cost will depend on the readers level of experience and even fame. Remember that you should go with a budget in mind, have a look around at all the different types of readings and then choose which psychics you would like to visit. Putting your name down at the first table you see may lead you to blow your budget at .


Popular Psychic Fairs

Obviously, due to the pandemic, many of the shows have been cancelled or postponed until further notice but the following is a list of psychic fairs that usually take place annually.


Psychic Expo

This is a three-day event with psychic readers from all over the world. You will be able to take part in clairvoyance readings, Tarot, palm readings, numerology, astrology, crystal and angel readings. There are also mediums to communicate with human and animal spirits. You will have options to buy books Tarot decks, crystals, clothes and jewelry. There are also demonstrations were members of the audience are often invited for a free reading.

Admission is $10 but if you download a coupon from the website you can get a $2 discount and a free crystal. The admission fee is valid for all three days. Readings cost from $10 to $80 and may last between 10-30 minutes. The good thing is you can also see a list of readers in advance to get more of an idea of the type of reading you would like and even book in advance.


The Salem Psychic Fair and Witches Market

This Halloween, Salem’s longest-running psychic fair returned for the entire month of October at Witch City Mall. The event was co-hosted by the Witches of Salem and featured readings from psychics who were all officially licensed by the city of Salem. Readings included Tarot cards, clairvoyant visions, spirit mediumship, palm readings, crystal ball scrying, angels and spirit guides, and past life readings.

The Witches Market had a huge range of items on sale. There were changes to buy crystals and jewelry, pendulums and pendulum boards, and divination tools. There were also vendors selling enchanted candles, voodoo dolls, herbs, incense, spell kits and wands.

Big Psychic Fair

Back in 1990, the first Big Psychic Fair began in Atlanta and has become the longest Metaphysical event in the area. This is actually a monthly event, always the first weekend of the month. It is advertised as the event where many great psychics began. The main idea of the event is healing. All readings are $20 for 20 minutes and you can get 2 readings for $30, which seem quite reasonable. You will also be able to find vendors, but the list may change from month to month.


Miracles in the Mount Psychic & Wellbeing Fair

The next Miracles in the Mount is scheduled for November 2021, and the organizers have already said you can take advantage of seeing some of your favorite psychic readers as well as getting your Christmas shopping done. The focus of this psychic fair is to gain answers to the questions you have on our mind and healing of the body, mind, and soul. You can even learn more about chakra balancing.

Clairvoyants, mediums and readers will use a range of techniques including psychometry, astrology, palm reading, and numerology. Products available to buy are not limited to books, teas, salt lamps, skin products, aromatherapy, and of course crystals and jewelry. There are free workshops with complimentary tea and coffee. The price of the tickets is still to be confirmed.


The Phoenix Psychic Fair

For just $5 in advance or $7 on the door, you can attend The Phoenix Psychic Fair with more than 70 readers, healers, and metaphysical vendors. During the day, you will also be able to attend free lectures, get your aura photograph and see a hypnotherapist. Apart from Tarot readers and psychics, you can visit shamans, sound healers, energy healers, and Reiki masters.



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