Eventful Fonts christmas easter thanksgiving halloween new years valentines day wedding. And time is money commercially - how much have you got to waste on testing a font? Nir Nir 8 8 silver badges 8 8 bronze badges. I was at Ampersandconf While it is just a stack, it's a rather good stack for this case.
Where did you get those font names? The other versions you referenced are not standard. They might be created if someone ran a copy of Adobe's font through a font editor or font converter, but that's an incredibly unlikely scenario.
A free font that is very, very close: Vegur The character support isn't the best, but if it's only for headlines and it really has to be Myriad, then the extra effort of font-face-ing it may be worth it. It does not matter if it's free - you still have to download and install it on you computer to see it on a web page that uses it.
Verdana is quite safe because it comes default installed on many systems. Arial is even more common. As a last fallback, use sans serif , which is a standard name for this font style, and all browsers will automatically translate that to a similar font installed. Vegur is in Public Domain, so you can always prepare a web font and host it on your server. This way you can make it available on most browsers without necessity of user-assisted installation I mean, on IE, even older versions, Opera, Safari, Chrome, Firefox and probably few more.
You have various choices: One day in the future you could use font-face loading any font that you want which license is free to distribution. Help your fellow font-seekers if you think you can recognize the font.
Yet sometimes the images are very complex, so other users need a bit of help. If you recognize the font from the samples posted here don't be shy and help a fellow designer. Insider Characters Font Foundry. Monsal Gothic The Northern Block. NuOrder The Northern Block. Acumin Pro Adobe. Zega Text IsacoType. Ultimate Serial SoftMaker. Negotiate Typodermic Fonts Inc. Heltar The Northern Block. The full Myriad Pro family includes condensed, normal, and extended widths in a full range of weights.