Giveaway!! Enjoyment Awaits with Arizona Renaissance Festival!

February 5 - April 3, 2022

January 9, 2022


The Arizona Renaissance Festival is celebrating its 34th season starting February 5th, 2022 with either weekends of revelry in their unique medical theme park, where the entertainment never stops! 

Arizona's Annual Festival is one of the largest in the nation, held on weekends in February through April in its fanciful European style village constructed on a 30-acre site just below the foothills of  the Superstition Mountains, east of Phoenix and northwest of Tucson.  This is where you’ll find theater, circus, an arts and crafts fair,  acrobatics, a jousting tournament, people-powered rides, and feasting –  all rolled into a nonstop, day long family adventure! Merchants hawk  their wares, selling everything from clothing to custom ceramics.  Observe in awe at the demonstrations displaying skills of blacksmithing,  jewelry making, glassblowing, leather work and pottery throwing. Over  200 artisans are housed in the market lanes filled with whimsical  storybook shops. 

There are fourteen open-air stages where you can  listen to raucous music and roaring comedy. Catch the swordplay and  wordplay of festival favorites Don Juan and Miguel. It’s hard to miss  the wild antics of The Tortuga Twins (three unrelated men in tights),  and more than amusing to decipher Zilch the Tory Steller (the  misspelling, like his miss-speaking is intentional). On or off the stage  you are bound to rub shoulders with delightful characters. Don’t miss  the-The Living Fountain! Or the Sea Fairies! 

A variety of food and drink is available to satisfy your appetite; bread bowls, stews,  steak-on-a-stake, roasted chicken and so much more. In the midst of this  enormous feast you'll find the King of festival foods - the huge  roasted turkey leg. Tempt your diet plan with desserts from the Cottage  Bakery, the Cappuccino Inn, or the Chocolate Shoppe. Pubs serve beers,  wine and soft drinks to quench your thirst.

And kids love this  place! Dozens of activities bring out their smiles. Guests young and old  will revel in the magic and mystery upon seeing the varied attractions  at the Faire; Living Mermaids, witness the wonder of these lovely,  elusive and charming sea fairies of the deep. A Festival favorite with  children is Mother (and Father) Goose brought to life, with costumed  ducks and geese, Maggie, Mimi and Matilda. Kids will cheer for their  favorite knight at the 5,000 seat jousting arena or try their hand at  archery. Children delight in the return of a falcon, the King of sports,  at the Falconer’s Heath. Kids also, love riding the peoplepowered Da  Vinci’s Steam ship, the Swan Swing, Christopher Columbus’ “Voyage to the  New World”, the Slider Joust, as well as, the Piccolo Pony, a rocking  horse bigger than an elephant. In addition to the people-powered rides,  the Festival offers interactive games like the dragon climbing tower,  the castle siege, Jacobs’ Ladder, a maze, axe throwing and escape rooms.  Kids will surely be asking for a hat, wand, garland, wooden sword,  shield, or to have their face painted, or to make a sand dragon, or  perhaps purchase a pet gorgi or drabbit along with other unique and  interesting items available for purchase at the Festival. Those bolder  of heart may feed the dragon or play King of the log. HUZZAH!

We  deal with the 21st century every day. Now the Renaissance is back, offering an opportunity to relax and escape to the amusements of a much simpler time. You can meet all these colorful characters on weekends,  Saturdays, Sundays, and Presidents’ Day Monday, February 5 through April 3, 2022. For more information contact the Festival at 520-463-2600 or on the web at

East of Apache Junction on US Highway 60, near the Superstition  Mountains. When: Eight consecutive weekends (Saturdays, Sundays, and  Presidents’ Day Monday) from February 5th through April 3rd. The Festival runs from 10AM until 6:00PM, rain or shine. 

Advance  Tickets: $29 for adults & $19 for kids ages 5-12 (4 and under always free). Tickets purchased at