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March 31, 2020 - April 1, 2020
Celebrated on April Fool’s Day, satire and irony are major themes as logic and cultural norms are turned on their head to highlight the mischievous nature of the trickster deity, Loki. Loki Fest is celebrated with whimsy, practical jokes, and ridiculous performative expression as the status quo is turned upside down. Masks and Costumes in line with the topsy-turvy themes of this festival may also be worn. A Trickster/Fool is crowned for the day.