Furry Fiesta is a yearly gathering of anthropomorphic art, science fiction, and fantasy fans held in Addison, Texas, USA. It is operated by the Dallas Regional Anthropomorphic Meeting Associating (D.R.A.M.A.), Inc., a Texas-incorporated organization dedicated to advancing anthropomorphic art and fan activities in the Dallas, TX, region and throughout the country.

If you are curious about the people that make Furry Fiesta happen be sure to check out the 2012 Furry Fiesta Staff. Additionally, don't forget to find out more about our family of mascots Jack, April and the Jackafluffies; everybody's favorite jackalopes!

If you are looking for more information about Furry Fiesta, feel free to check out our online forums.

This years theme: Beyond Thunderdome! That's great, it starts with an earthquake, birds and snakes, an airplane and a giant pinata slamming into the Earth! So what if it's the end of the world, as I still feel fine.

Welcome to our post-apocalyptic world of Furry Fiesta: Beyond Thunderdome! Our theme consist of a Mad Max-like world where a fur does what a fur must do to survive. Bring any goods you can as you will want to trade them in our Bartertown for all your furry needs. Come spend your end days with us at the last furry outpost as we attempt to rebuild the world that was left by the destruction of the giant pinata fiasco. And remember "bust a deal, face the wheel!"

What is D.R.A.M.A.?
The Dallas Regional Anthropomorphic Meeting Association, or D.R.A.M.A., is the Texas-Incorporated 501(c)7 Not For Profit Organization responsible for organizing Furry Fiesta. D.R.A.M.A. board members are currently:

  • Shiva (President)
  • Guardian (Vice President)
  • Webster (Secretary, Treasurer)
  • SilverStreak (Director)
  • Fuzzwolf (Director)
  • Glass (Director)
  • Savrin (Director)

D.R.A.M.A. is dedicated to providing venues for the social gathering of writers, artists and craftpeople to facilitate greater understanding of the various aspects of anthropomorphic art forms. It is also committed to generating funds for distribution to 501(c)3 charities that match the interests and concerns of said community (in particular those that promote the well-being of animals and humans).