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2022 Arizona Renaissance Festival

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                    Renaissance FestivalThe annual Arizona Renaissance Festival will be back in 2022 and celebrating its 34th season of tomfoolery, feasting, tricks and thrills! The 34th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival dates are Saturdays, Sundays and Presidents’ Day Monday, February 5 through April 3, 2022.

Don't miss Raucous Revelry at the 34th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival Opening February 6, 2022!


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In 2022, Stroll through the Renaissance grounds and relive history

Mythic heroes slaying dragons, steel clad warriors jousting atop mighty steeds and knights in shining armor saving damsels in distress…this can all be found at the Arizona Renaissance Festival.

There is definitely something for the children and the kid in all of us to be found at the faire; experience your best day out in history!

Arizona's annual festival is one of the largest in the nation, held on weekends in February and March in its fanciful European style village constructed on a 30-acre site just below the foothills of the Superstition Mountains, east of Phoenix.

This is where you’ll find theater, circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament, people-powered rides, and a feast – all rolled into a nonstop, day long family adventure!

Merchants hawk their wares, selling everything from clothing to custom ceramics. Several offer interesting demonstrations displaying skills of blacksmithing, glassblowing and pottery throwing.

Two tons of horse, knight and armor gallop onto the field prepared to do battle with ten-foot lances for a lady's honor. And when the joust is done, you can visit the "The Royal Stables" and meet your champion from the era of chivalry. Jousting is held three times daily in the King's Tournament Arena. Continue reading about the history of jousting.


KIDS OF ALL AGES ENJOY THE ROYAL FAIRE

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                  Reniassance Festival And kids love this place! Dozens of activities bring out their smiles. A Festival favorite with children is Mother (and Father) Goose brought to life, with their costumed ducks and geese, Maggie, Mimi and Matilda. Kids will cheer for their favorite knight or try their hand at archery. 

Children delight in the return of a falcon, the king of sports, at the Falconer’s Heath. Kids also, love riding the people-powered Da Vinci’s Flying Machine, the Swan Swing, Christopher Columbus’ “Voyage to the New World”, the Slider Joust, as well as, the Piccolo Pony, a rocking horse bigger than an elephant.

In addition to the people-powered rides, the Festival offers interactive games like the dragon climbing tower, the castle siege, Jacob’s Ladder, a maze and an archery range. Kids will surely be asking for a hat, wand, wooden sword, shield, or to have their face painted, or to make a sand dragon, along with other items available for purchase at the Festival. Those bolder of heart may feed the dragon or play king of the log.

Mythic heroes slaying dragons, steel clad warriors jousting atop mighty steeds and knights in shining armor saving damsels in distress…this can all be found at the AZ Renaissance Festival. There is definitely something for the children and the kid in all of us to be found at the faire; experience your best day out in history!

Arizona's annual Renaissance Festival is one of the largest in the nation. The ARF is held on weekends in February and March in its fanciful European style village constructed on a 30-acre site located just below the foothills of the Superstition Mountains, east of Phoenix, AZ. This is where you’ll find theater, circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament, people-powered rides, and a feast – all rolled into a nonstop, day long family adventure. Find out more happening at this year's ARF.

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