Miami.- Florida Renaissance The festival returns with a unique and family-friendly program that transports ladies and gentlemen to a time when tunics, tabards, slit sleeves and bodices were all the rage.
Starting February 4 through March 26, all roads lead to Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach to celebrate the 31st annual Florida Renaissance Festival with an eighth weekend of additional festivities. The festival welcomes visitors of all ages and introduces many new attractions as well as other very popular ones, guaranteeing fun in this magical kingdom.
Delicious food, great drinks, many unique craft shops, live music and much more await as knights, royalty, wenchmen, magicians and more await for the festivities.
The Kingdom also provides an environment in which participants can participate selfies In the clothes of time.
At the end of the eighth week, the festival will present mad hatter circusan adventure that started the universe Alice in Wonderland And that’s what makes fairy tales a reality.
While you don’t need to dress up to enter, thousands of people each year enjoy the experience by wearing period costumes or participating in the festival’s special themed weekends.
“For more than three decades, we have provided the South Florida community with a renaissance experience like no other,” said Bobby Rodriguez, founder and producer of the Florida Renaissance Festival. “This is a special storybook event like no other, and we invite sponsors to dress up and enjoy as we celebrate culture and history, as it promises to be a fun memorable time for the whole family.” does.”
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Festival weekend dates are:
First weekend: 4th and 5th February, Magical World’s Fair: A Magical Beginning!
Second weekend: February 11 and 12, Barbarians and Dragons: A Furious Battle!
Third weekend: February 18 and 19, Steampunk and Time Travellers: The Age of Automation!
Fourth weekend: February 25 and 26, Maids, maids and ladies! – A beautiful empowerment!
Fifth weekend: March 4 and 5, Cosplay Days – Heroes, Villains and Everything in Between!
Sixth weekend: March 11 and 12, Pirate Invasion: Swordsmen and Outlaws.
Seventh weekend: March 18-19, Highland Fling: A Celtic Celebration
Eighth weekend: March 25-26, The Mad Hatter’s Circus: A Fairy Tale Ending!
Florida Renaissance Festival is produced by Bobby Rodriguez Productions. The activity strives to create an enjoyable and cultural experience for adults and children alike. Current sponsors of the Florida Renaissance Festival 2023 include Sapporo, UniBrew, Anchor Brewing, 1911 Cider, Llanos Leather, Pelican View, JMLoveLaw.
Prices range from $32 for adults to $14 for children (ages 6-11). Children under 5 years of age enter free of charge. Special season passes are available for $199 (adults) and $79.50 (children).
Group ticket fares are also offered, but must be purchased individually at the box office. VIP parking is also available for purchase. Convenience fee is included with online purchases.