Fantasy Fest 2012 Lights Up Key West
Outrageous personalities and an anything goes attitude are what make Fantasy Fest 2012 a highly anticipated event. Each year the celebration outdoes itself with costume-clad participants and loud, thumping open air parties. Fantasy Fest began as a local business-stimulating event in 1979. The occasion has since exploded into a massive ten day-long celebration that has become a staple on the Key West calendar as well as a big contributor to the AIDs Help organization.
How Was Fantasy Fest 2011?
Well, that’s something you must see for yourself.
Experience Fantasy Fest 2012 for Yourself
Fantasy Fest 2012 offers endless ways to have fun! The best part is that you can let it all hang out and mingle freely because anything goes during the festival. Previous years have seen attendance rates that were over three times the population of the entire island. Visitors with children or those who prefer PG-rated entertainment should take in the extravagant pet parade, which benefits the Lower Keys Friends of Animals.
Goombay presents the rich, flavorful culture of the Caribbean as well as another family-friendly opportunity. Visitors can take it all in at Bahama Village located on Duval and Petronia Streets. The festivities usually run from noon until midnight. Budget-minded travelers should note that Goombay’s energetic street party is free for everyone to enjoy!
If you need something spicier, check out Dungeon of Dark Secrets and Fetishes hosted by the Bourbon Bar and Saloon at 801 Duval Street. Tickets cost $20 per person. Everything goes, as long as it includes masks, PVC, leather, latex, uniforms, burlesque, period clothing, or anything that leaves little to the imagination. Unleash your wild side and you’ll fit right in!
Fantasy Fest 2012 promises to deliver an amazing collection of sights, sounds and unforgettable experiences. You can participate in many activities for free or for a low admission fee. That means you’ll have money left over to experiment with body paint! The event spans a fun-filled ten days, which leaves plenty of room for flexibility in your travel plans. Stay for one day or all ten, but be prepared to dive head first into the totally unique, enthusiastic crowds that make Fantasy Fest so exciting!
How’s the Weather Treating Fantasy Fest 2012
Key West, Florida lavishes Fantasy Fest with its mild tropical climate year after year. Attendees should prepare for average temperatures in the low to mid 80s. May through October is known as the wet season, with October in particular seeing approximately 10 to 11 inches of rain on average. Showers are more likely to occur in the early morning hours, so plan attire accordingly unless you don’t mind getting a little wet!
You Got to Be There!
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Fees : FREE!!