This post below comes from Fugli, a medeival-style musician whose music has been featured on the podcast.
Many modern bards [ http://modernbard.org/ ] have a "home faire" that basically defines their character. For me it is the King Arthur Faire. This is the basic information that I normally send to the Renaissance Festival Podcast. Since your podcast has played some of my music in the last year, I thought I’d send the same information your way.
This coming weekend [Oct 7&8, 2006] the Annual King Arthur Faire [ http://www.kingarthurfair.com/ ] is being held in Stroud, Oklahoma. This Medieval Faire places a young King Arthur in an idyllic woodland lake setting of the carefully constructed 6th century Romanized Britain village of Carlisle [ http://www.thevillageofcarlisle.us/ ].
Some scheduled musicians include Dustin Cooper, John McGaha - both solo and with the Counterfeit Bards (and if the Counterfeit Bards are there, you know Sir Dyladan will be too), and Fugli as the musical scrivener [called Avis by the Romans].