$11.50 for admission to the Bay Area Renaissance Festival 2021
The show will go on! The Bay Area Renaissance Festival is relocating to the spectacular, ancient forest of Withlacoochee River Park.
Join Ren Fest as they partner with Pasco County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources for a once in a lifetime celebration.
This year the Festival will relocate from MOSI. Join the Villagers of Fittleworth and Queen Katherine Parr and her court as they invite one and all to the magical 16th Century European village featuring 4 stages of exciting entertainment including: musicians, magicians, jugglers and mimes. Over 100 artisans will fill the Festival marketplace to display and sell their handcrafted goods for a truly fabulous and endless shopping experience. Patrons will interact with memorable characters and enjoy full-contact live armored jousting, 6 theme weekends, and fabulous food fit for a king or queen!
Themed weekends include: Wine, Romance & Song; Pirate’s and Pups; Barbarian Brew Fest; Shamrocks & Shenanigans; High Seas Adventure and Wonders of the World.
The Festival is open weekends from 10 am – 6 pm, Rain or Shine. Parking at the Bay Area Renaissance Festival is always free!
Visit the event website for full schedule and details.
Certificates must be printed - no phone/emails will be accepted.
Certificate expires: 05/23/2021
Admission to any single date of the 2021 Bay Area Renaissance Festival at Withlacoochee River Park in Dade City!
$22.95 value. Certificates must be printed - no phone/emails will be accepted. Each certificate is valid for one admission to the Bay Area Renaissance Festival at Withlacoochee River Park in Dade City. Certificate can be used on any single date from April 17 - May 23, 2021. Certificate can only be used once. Must present printed certificate and valid ID at box office to enter event. No cash back. No refunds. Not valid with any other offers. Expires: 5/23/21 after event.
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