The Gedderone Fête was celebrated in the city of Darujhistan in honour of Gedderone, the Lady of Spring and Rebirth and marked the end of winter. The Wolf Goddess of Winter was ceremonially carried out a week before the Gedderone Fête. Murillio commented that the Fête would fill the streets with flowers which would soon clog up gutters and drains. Residents hung dyed banners from clotheslines, decorated their doorways with painted flowers and strips of bark, and tacked bushels of dried wood on the walls of every crossing. The city's population was swelled by visitors from the Gadrobi Hills, the Rhivi Plain, Catlin, and elsewhere.
Darujhistan used the festival to mark the beginning of its new year.