The Artist Market

LionFire Music Festival is a celebration of not just music, but also fire & art.  Watch as visiting artists create visually stunning works come to life throughout the entire event weekend.  Visit their shops to shop their handmade wares created from traditional mediums. 

The artist market can be found near the campground stage, allowing you to enjoy some soft, acoustic tunes while shopping around and meeting the talented vendors. 

The Vendors

Wicked Pittsburgh

Wicked Pittsburgh Art Collective is a Non-Profit organization dedicated to helping local artists gain exposure while offering them a chance to give back to their community. Starting in April 2017 with 10 founding members, WickedPGH is now 45 members strong and still counting. Over their first year, Wicked has worked with multiple organizations including Meals on Wheels, Animal Friends, Allegheny County Parks Foundation, and Wounded Warriors by donating 20% of every sale made by members.

20% of all Wicked PGH sales made at LionFire Music Festival will be donated to The ALS Association Western Pennsylvania Chapter, which operates to discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest. Learn more about ALS by clicking here.

Blacksmithing Demonstrations by Curt Bonetti

For over thirty years blacksmithing is his passion. Steel is so mailable and transformative. With the right amount of heat, pressure and talent amazingly beautiful useful articles are created. Working with steel is very time consuming but worth the work. Just a few of the items he has made include, candle holders, picture frames, coat racks, railings, fire place tools, furniture, trellis, garden tools and hooks.

A long time member of Pittsburgh Artisan Blacksmith Association.  He has done numerous educational programs for museums and libraries. He has demonstrated at The Greater Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival, Harmony’ German Christmas Market and the Butler Farmshow.