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20th Anniversary for the 3 Barons Renaissance Festival in Anchorage Alaska

Yes, it’s true, they even have a renaissance festival in the Arctic.  The 3 Barons Renaissance Festival is an Anchorage, Alaska citizen-favorite and an event that is planned and looked forward to all year long.  This year will be their 20th Anniversary!  TheyRead more

 
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One Of Los Angeles, California’s Favorite Renaissance Festivals Is At Big Bear

If you would like to escape the big city hustle and bustle of L.A., put on your finest 16th Century garb and spend the day in celebration of all things renaissance, grab some friends and head up to BigRead more

 
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Michigan Renaissance Festival: Bagpipes, Sirens, Jousting.. Oh MI!

The Michigan Renaissance Festival is held partly in Holly Township Michigan and partly in Groveland Township Michigan.  So its founders decided to combine these two names to create a fictional village called Hollygrove, England, and the fair recreates the reignRead more

 
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Knife-Throwing, Pyrotechnics and English Dances at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival—Something for Everyone

The Minnesota Renaissance Festival is one of the oldest and largest renaissance fairs in the United States, with over 700 entertainers, 120 food booths and 275 craftsmen.  It was started in 1971 in Jonathan, Minnesota and later moved to Shakopee,Read more

 
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Almost Time For The Scarborough Renaissance Festival In Waxahachie Texas

The Scarborough Renaissance Festival is a Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas favorite that brings the year 1533 back to life just south of the Metroplex in Waxahachie. The festival transports us to a village during the time of King Henry VIII andRead more

 
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Archery, Belly Dancers and Comic Nuns at the New York Renaissance Faire

The New York Renaissance Faire is located in Tuxedo, New York and it will be in its 37th season.  It runs every weekend from the beginning of August to the third weekend in September.  The buildings in which the fairRead more

 
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