You can make a donation today to help Jewelry City have another great year!

Jewelry City Steampunk Festival is a celebration of steampunk culture that takes place annually around Halloween. You can support this free virtual event online! As a federally-recognized 501(c)3 charitable organization, we rely on donations to help run the festival.

In October 2017, over 1500 steampunk enthusiasts celebrated the culture at the festival. In 2018, despite a raging nor’easter, we still had around 750 attendees. In 2019, over 2,000 attendees flooded Attleboro with steampunk shenanigans! Without your donation today, we won’t be able to host a fun and family-friendly festival presented by the Steampunks of New England, a volunteer organization.

Costs are partly covered by a grant from the Attleboro Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency and Attleboro Jewelers. Other costs are paid by donations from board members. For the rest we rely on donations from people who are enthusiastic about supporting fledgling festivals such as Jewelry City and who are interested in steampunk culture. Your donations are important and appreciated.

2020 Donors

Thank you to all the donors who have given as of October 6, 2020.

Captain Pekoe

YH McAdow

Michelle Scully

Judy Ann

Russell Hannula

Ben Couto

Jen Ed

Quentin Stockwell