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Listing all posts from June of 2012. Show all posts.
  1. Unfortunately the Grand Canyon Renaissance Faire in Williams Arizona that was scheduled for Jun 29 - July 3, 2012 has been rescheduled until next year 2013. Actual dates have not been announced.

    If you had plans to attend the event the event coordinators sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. While they were looking forward to a wonderful event this year certain circumstances would have compromised the quality of the event and the decision was made to postpone for a year.

    For more detail check out their website http://gcrenfaire.com/
  2. Do you live in Northern California?
    Is your Dad a medieval entusiast? 
    Looking for the perfect last minute Father's Day gift?
    Check out the Northern California Pirate Festival at the Vallejo Waterfront in Vallejo California.

    The 6th annual event is taking place this Father's Day weekend June 16th & 17th, 2012 and best of all it's FREE admission. That's a rare occurence in the world of pirate, medieval and renaissance festivals.

    Check out this YouTube video from last years event.




    The website doesn't state a weapons policy so make sure to check with the event coordinators before including any pirate swords or knives as part of your costume.
  3. I just found out about an interesting festival here in Michigan. We have a town called Bad Axe in the "Thumb" area of our state. It appears they have an event called The Bad Axe Hatchet Festival.

    The event started yesterday Friday June 8th and runs until tomorrow Sunday June 10th. For a complete list of the weekends event click here.

    Have a safe and fun weekend.

  4. The 36th Annual Colorado Renaissance Festival begins this weekend June 9, 2012 and runs every Saturday and Sunday from 10AM to 6:30PM, rain or shine, until July 29, 2012.

    Adult admission is $18.95 at the gate and Children 5-12 are only $8.00 (Children under 5 are free). You can also order online and save $3.00 and $1.00 respectively on adult and childrens tickets. The only drawback is the tickets are mailed rather than downloadable.


    Check out this YouTube video of the Jousting Tournament taken during the 2011 event.



    Don't forget to check out our medieval swords section for a full selection of replica and tournament ready swords.