2021 Arizona Renaissance Festival
Important Update Management
Dec. 9, 2020
The organizers of the Arizona
Renaissance Festival have made the difficult
decision to not open the annual Festival in
February of 2021.
With COVID-19 cases surging throughout the
state, the Arizona Renaissance Festival has
cancelled its announced ticket Pre-Sale and will
not be opening this season.
We are saddened this decision may result in
further hardship for our valued renaissance
community of artists and disappoint our
Many encourage us to be open, our festival
community truly wants to get back to work. We
earned governmental approval to open with an
extensive COVID-19 safety operating plan.
However, negative COVID conditions that have
dramatically increased over recent days, the
worst since the beginnings of the pandemic,
and are forecast to worsen over the next
Festival artist, vendor, and audience support
to open at full scale is now more limited in
comparison to the support necessary to be
We love presenting our annual arts and
entertainment celebration. Join us with hope
and optimism for the vaccines that can start
the trend of resuming normal life that will
include the pleasure of the full Arizona
Renaissance Festival experience in 2022.
We also wish to address social media
conversations. Please be cautious to
discern between information from us and
information that arrives from those who are
not actually festival production management.
Hundreds of valued individuals work seasonally
at the Renaissance Festival. Their opinions
are respected with the caveat that some
Facebook readers appear to misconstrue that
they are speaking for, or represent festival
management, when they do not.
For the most up to date information please
refer to our web site: Arizona.RenFestInfo.com.
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