All Lords and Ladies are cordially invited to step back in time during seven weekends of adventure at the annual Florida Renaissance Festival. New themed weekends, new entertainment acts and more await those who look fondly upon years (ahem, centuries) past. All are invited to the grandiose event taking place February 8th through March 22nd, at Deerfield Beach’s Quiet Waters Park. Special theme weekends encourage patrons to be their favorite knight, wizard, viking and more!
For the fifth year in a row, the timeless Florida Renaissance Festival will offer SEVEN jam-packed themed weekends to ring in its 28th season. This year, the celebration kicks off with a return to the English Monarchy and Henry VIII! Prepare for a greeting by jesters, jugglers, and jousting knights upon entering the gates, while sweet melodies can be heard from every corner of the kingdom. It’s a full day of entertainment where the entire family can marvel at fan favorite acts and performances that include immersive and interactive, real audience-participation scenarios. Join in on the fun with human powered rides, artisan craft shops and enough food & drink for a royal family feast!
One of the nation’s most beloved events, more than 100,000 annual attendees and more than two million people having participated over the festival’s tenure, the Florida Renaissance Festival has devoted 28 years to capturing the essence of the Renaissance through entertainment and living history.
“We’re thrilled to introduce new themed weekends this year for everyone to participate in and enjoy. We also have new acts and performances that we carefully seek out and add to the festival for our patrons to enjoy,” says Bobby Rodriguez, Founder and Producer of the Festival.
The Florida Renaissance Festival 2020 themed weekends include:
February 8 & 9 – The Tudors-Henry VIII
February 15 & 16 – Vikings
February 22 & 23 – Time Travelers
February 29 & March 1 – Heroes & Villains
March 7 & 8 – Pirates
March 14 & 15 – Celtic Celebration
March 21 & 22 – Potter’s Witches & Wizards
The 2020 season also includes a variety of fan-favorite acts and performances with an invigorating entertainment lineup that includes something for everyone. Jousting, comedy, magic, music, sword fighting, archery with gear such as a compound bow case, axe throwing and much more are all included with admission.
While costumes are not necessary for admittance, thousands of people each year enhance their experience by donning garb from the Renaissance era or participating in one of the festival’s special themed weekends.
Prices range from $28 for adults and $12 for children ages 6 to 11 years of age. Children 5 and younger are free. Special seasonal passes are available for $139 (adults), $69 (children) and group ticket rates are also offered. For tickets and more info, visit:
www.ren-fest.com; Find us on Facebook or follow @FlaRenFest on Twitter and Instagram. Download our festival mobile app by searching Florida Renaissance Festival in the Apple iTunes store or Android market. If you prefer the historical method, call 954-776-1642.