July 30 - August 1, 2021 • Crowne Plaza Hotel • Louisville KY
Friday 10 to 6, Saturday 10 to 7, Sunday 10 to 2

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Limited 10'x10' booths available, with or without electric.

Each booth includes 2 vendor badges for the event,

table and chairs.



Adorably Dorky Designs

AEO Studios

Arsenic Costume Company

The Art of Barcode
Awesome Collectibles
Color Street

Dark Lady Effects

Disturbed Designs

Dog Water Creations

Dreadful Hair & Creations


Girls Are Possessed

Gore Patch

Grandiose Glitches

Griffon Made Bags

Harlee's Hangout

Haunters Against Hate
Hubris Glass

Hydra Tie Co.

James Abyss Art

Kaiju Games

Killers Card Game

Lucy Phurr Makeup

Luna's Boutique

Macabre Creations

   featuing Cookiedoughmodeling
Mary Hiltibran’s Designs

Melty Max Creations

The Napping Raven

Needful Things Shop

Panic Mechanics

Play It By Fear

Roaming Oni

Sandy's Little Shop of Horrors

Sanguinary FX

Stitches and Stuff

Tricked Out Pumpkins

XFX Makeup


American Horrorplex, KY

Circle of Screams PA

The Devil's Attic, KY

Evil Intentions, IL
Factory of Fear, IL

Hell's Dungeon, OH

Literally, a Haunted House, IN
Midwest Monster Fest

The Scare Factor

Wicked World Scaregrounds, KY



American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Derby City Sisters (Louisville, KY)

Free Mom Hugs KY

Just Us @ The Oasis Center (Nashville, TN)
Kentucky Bourbon Bears (Lexington, KY)

Kentucky Fried Sisters (Lexington, KY)

Louisville Youth Group (Louisville, KY)

Pride Community Services Organization (Lexington, KY)




If you plan on purchasing a Book of Haunters, or own one of the volumes, keep a lookout for haunt actors in character that have been featured in the books so that you can get an autograph!


Look for Book of Haunters

characters wearing this lanyard!


Make sure to stop by Ricky's

booth for demonstrations and



Lori Cardille

(Romero's "Day of the Dead")

will be receiving the

HAH Legacy Award





1PM  "An Afternoon with Edgar Allan Poe"

2:30PM   "The Drag Show" hosted by Sierra Rain

5:00PM   "The Makeup Competition"

ALL DAY - Makeup tutorials at the Lucy Phurr booth

ALL DAY - Special Makeup Effects at the Ricky Vitus booth


1PM - "Creating Your Haunt Character" hosted by Carolyn Contarsy

2:30PM - LGBTQ Panel Discussion

hosted by Paul Lanner with Ricky Vitus, Andrea Lynn & Ava Johnson

(from Hayride of Horror/Curse of the Bayou)

and Shane Scarlett (13th Hour Haunt)

4:00PM - "Learning Improv" hosted by Andrea Lynn



1PM  "An Afternoon with Edgar Allan Poe"

2:15PM   "The Cosplay Competition"

3:00PM   "The Drag Show" hosted by Sierra Rain

5:30PM - "Friday the 13th" raffle winner announcement

6:00PM - The HAH Awards Show

ALL DAY - Makeup tutorials at the Lucy Phurr booth

ALL DAY - Special Makeup Effects at the Ricky Vitus booth


11AM - "Connecting with Your Haunt Character"

                hosted by Carolyn Contarsy

12:00PM - LGBTQ Panel Discussion

hosted by Paul Lanner with Ricky Vitus, Andrea Lynn & Ava Johnson

(from Hayride of Horror/Curse of the Bayou)

and Shane Scarlett (13th Hour Haunt)

1:00PM - "Makeup Outside the Box"

                  hosted by Matt Goodlett

3:00PM - "Learning Improv" hosted by Andrea Lynn

*schedule subject to change.



You’ll have an hour to create your spin on the character Cruella. With a twist thrown in to keep you on your toes. Go to the Haunters Against Hate facebook page for info on how to apply to be a contestant.


Will you be the character you play at your haunt? Or will you try a whole new look for the contest?

Electricity for booth is $20 for the weekend. HAH: The Event has no control over these rates or services.

Regular booth price is $150 and you may reserve up to 3 booths.

501(c)3 organizations will have their booths comped. THERE IS A LIMITED AMOUNT OF THESE BOOTHS AVAILABLE.
All exhibitors and vendors are expected to have proof of liability insurance for event.


Please review the following information:
Exhibitor spaces and tables are not confirmed until paid in full.
Booth or table sharing/splitting is not permitted. Please contact us with any questions regarding this issue.
Any exhibitor or vendor conducting sales at HAH: The Event is required to have a valid seller’s permit. Exhibitors are responsible for KY Dept. of Revenue sales tax laws. go to https://revenue.ky.gov/Pages/index.aspx for info.
All exhibitors must check in and set up their booths on Thursday, July 29, 2021 starting at 3pm.

Hours of operation are: Friday, July 30 (10am - 7pm), Saturday, July 31 (10am - 7pm) and Sunday, August 1 (10am - 2pm)
If you are planning to sell food of any kind, please contact us in advance to ensure the sales are in compliance with both local laws as well as Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport Hotel.
All exhibitors are responsible for observing and following all national, state, and local laws and policies.
All booths and tables are required to be manned and operated for all public hours of the even. No early breakdowns.
Promotions/solicitations by any group, business, service, or event not registered as an exhibitor or sponsor of HAH: The Event is prohibited without prior written permission of the event producers.



Almost five years ago, the Orlando Pulse tragedy occurred and hateful comments made about it in the haunt community sparked the genesis of Haunters Against Hate.

What started out as a simple statement has evolved into a non-profit corporation that

gives haunters a voice to express themselves and the challenges they face in life and in the haunt community.

In this climate where there is so much hatred and distrust, Haunters Against Hate is there to listen to our fellow haunters and always have a positive and encouraging word  or helping hand when needed.

Now, Haunters Against Hate is putting together this special weekend event, which combines a horror and haunt con with an LGBTQ festival to celebrate pride, horror and scaring, with the ultimate goal to make everyone feel

accepted and welcome, whether being LGBTQ or an ally.


And to give back to the community by donating the profits (after expenses) to various LGBTQ youth organizations.


Before Leaving Home

  • Follow relevant guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) or your local health authority.

  • Adhere to government issued travel restrictions and guidance issued by the region you will be traveling to and the region you are traveling from.

  • Evaluate your own health and that of people you are in close contact with. Contact HAH: The Event if you have questions.

  • Stay home if you feel sick.

At the Event

  • Agree to have your symptom screening, including temperature taken before entering the event floor/seminars, as required by HAH.

  • Agree to wear a mask or facial covering, which will be required for the event floor, seminars and all after hour events.

  • Follow CDC, WHO, and State of KY, for everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses including:

    • Washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol.

    • Avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.

    • Covering your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing. Throw used tissues in the trash.

    • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

  • Adhere to social distance protocols put in place by HAH: The Event and respect others personal space.


Based on current contact tracing advice from many health authorities, if you test positive for COVID-19 up to 14 days after returning home, please contact HAH: The Event to let us know.

Health and safety measures implemented by HAH: The Event prior to the show or onsite are subject to change as we follow vaccine rollouts.


Crowne Plaza

Louisville Airport

Expo Center


830 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209


Guest Rooms - $105 a night



There will be an awards ceremony on July 31st at 6pm with 3 awards being given out.


The first is the HAH Legacy Award presented to Lori Cardille (Romero's "Day of the Dead") for her advocacy and promotion of Haunters Against Hate and LGBTQ rights.


The second is the HAH Haunter of the Year Award presented to the haunter who stood up and showed courage in the face of hate: a true Haunter Against Hate. The recipient is Greg 'Munky' Sweere from Burial Chamber located in Neenah, Wisconsin.

The third is the Jesse McDonald HAH Memorial Award to a haunter who embodies Jesse's views of compassion, tolerance and acceptance and will honor his legacy as a haunter. This award is being presented to Ashley DeCillo from Zombie Army Productions.


If you are wanting to volunteer at HAH: The Event, please contact paul@hauntersagainsthate.com

and specify what you are willing to help with and the time you can work.

Set up: Thursday, all day

The event: Friday (10am-3pm shift, 3pm-7pm shift)

Saturday (10am-3pm shift, 3pm-7pm shift)

Sunday (10am-2pm shift and breakdown)


If you commit to 5 hours, you will get a free pass to the event. Haunters Against Hate will need volunteers to help set up tables/booths, the staging area, and banner hanging on Thursday, July 29th. During the event, volunteers will be needed to check wristbands before guests enter the showroom, front desk assistance, security, and working at the Haunters Against Hate booth.

Note: There are only a limited number of volunteer spots available.