Arizona Renaissance Festival Closed for Season
The 2021 Season WIll Be
Announced Later in the Year
Arizona Renaissance Festival has closed for the rest of the season due to the coronavirus spread, as per Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's mandate. Check back for updates on the 2021 Arizona Renaissance event.
Tickets to the Upcoming 2021 Arizona Reniassance Festival online:
- Fry's Food Stores: Purchase
discounted tickets in advance at Fry's Food Stores
statewide. Click here to find a Fry's Food Store location
near you! $26 for adults; $16.00 for children 5-12 (under 5
- Online Purchases: Easy and
convenient - Print your own discount tickets NOW! Save $1.00
and avoid box office lines, no additional fees! Click Here
To Get Started! Makes a Great Gift! $27.00 for adults;
$17.00 for children 5-12 (under 5 always free) (no service
fee charged for online ticket sales).
- ARF Festival Box Office: You can
always purchase your admission tickets the day of the event
onsite at the Festival Box Office. $28.00 for adults; $18.00
for children 5-12 (under 5 always free); $25.00 for seniors
60 and over; $25.00 for active and/or retired adult military
personnel and their spouses. Must provide military ID.
Spouses must also present their dependent military ID.
$15.00 for child dependents ages 5-12 of active and/or
retired adult military personnel and/or their spouses.
Children must provide dependent military ID.
Parking is also
free courtesy of Fry's & Fry's Marketplace.
Check the latest Apache
Junction Weather Report to see if it is going to rain or
Renaissance Festival Season Passes
With so much to see and do, you just cannot
fit it all in one day! Become a season pass holder and
save! Visit any day, as often as you want throughout the
season with this special pass. Purchase the seasonal pass at
the ARF Festival box office.
More about the Arizona Renaissance Festival
Contact the AZ Renaissance Festival Offices
Phone and General Inquiries: 520-463-2600
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the lost legends and forgotten history of the Santa
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