The Pleasure Feast!

February 5 - April 3

Event expired or is no longer available.

Additional Information

The Pleasure Feast! And YOU are invited. Food and Frivolity - Don't miss the incredibly delicious and wildly raucous Pleasure Feast!

Savor five courses of fine foods and ample drynk, served with a side order of live entertainment and Festival souvenir!(Limited edition toasting tankard to take home).  Be treated like royalty as the  boisterous servers dish up a roaring good time! Limited seating twice daily makes this the most exclusive event at the Festival! Your Pleasure Feast purchases includes admission to the Festival ($30.00 value).

There will be fearsome pirates with treasure chests of laughs to entertain you on this adventure along with upbeat music and sea-faring silliness for ALL at the loudest and most exclusive affair in the Festival Village of Fairhaven.

The AZ Renaissance Festival transports visitors to a medieval amusement park, a 16-stage theater, a circus, an arts and crafts extravaganza, a jousting tournament, people powered games and rides, mermaids and a feast -- all rolled into one non-stop, ALL-DAY adventure.

Have you bowed before a QUEEN?! Locked looks with a KNIGHT in Shining Armor? What are you waiting for? Experience Action & Adventure at the Faire. All the festival is a stage; you never know what unpredictable mayhem YOU may find as you explore the 50 acre shire.

The 16th century festival is home to many popular traditions including chomping down on a giant roasted “turkey leg” or Cheering "HUZZAH" at the jousting tournament. The Marketplace features over 200 artisans displaying a variety of unique, hand-made wares. Watch as the ancient skills of glassblowing, leather work, weaving, woodcarving, blacksmithing, candle making and pottery are displayed...IT IS A SHOPPER'S PARADISE! 

Remember to dress comfortably; wear sunscreen, drive safely-ENJOY THY TRIP BACK TO THE 16th Century! Parking is FREE courtesy of Bashas' & Food City.

Take a sneak peek at the upcoming festivities!

For more information visit the Arizona Renaissance Festival website.