King Richard’s Faire celebrates 40th season as New England’s largest and longest-running Renaissance festival in Carver, Mass.
King Richard’s Faire celebrates 40th season as New England’s
largest and longest-running Renaissance festival in Carver, Mass.
Anniversary season runs weekends September 4-October 24
Including Labor Day and Columbus Day Monday Holidays
CARVER, Mass. – New Englanders have never been so eager to go back to a gentler, happier time and escape reality. This fall, New England’s largest and longest running Renaissance Faire is ready to open wide the gates starting Saturday, September 4th and running weekends and Monday holidays through October 24 on the Faire’s enchanting 80-acre wooded site (235 Main Street, Carver, Mass. 02330). Faire hours are 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. each day.
During this exciting 40th anniversary season, King Richard’s Faire offers the region’s best live entertainment, exciting rides and skilled games abound for a full day of “escaping YOUR reality”. Guests will be dazzled by acrobats, aerialists, jugglers, fire-eaters, minstrels, dancers and puppeteers. Hundreds of talented performers perform non-stop on any one of eight vibrant stages, and the King’s handsome knights battle on horseback as bawdy beggars compete in mud. Frolicking faeries can be seen dancing through the forest, where guests of all skill levels can compete in his majesty’s Gaming Glen while wacky wenches and happy villagers help Faire attendees escape into a fantastical, whimsical world.
New performers for 2021: King Richard’s Faire welcome “The Captain’s Canines”, a specialty dog act with amazing feats of skill which will tickle the dog bone; The Unicycling Unicorn, a talented juggler who can juggle while sitting 14 feet in up in the air on one wheel; El Zappo, zany circus comedy; Kilted Colin with juggling acrobatics and bagpiping; the Picts Pipers offering Highland Tribal music (9/4-10/3), and the “Unspun Tails” aerial show.
Returning acts include the joust and Hammyln Hyper Piper, The Sturdy Beggars “The Mud Show”, Jacques Ze Whippeur and his dashing danger and whip stunts, The Torture Show, the Washing Well Wenches, the Wonder Show (magic), Meraki Caravan (10/9-24) and of course, King Richard’s Faire’s own spectacular original musical in two acts on the King’s Stage at 1:00 and 3:30 p.m.
Guest will also enjoy epicurean pleasures suited for the whole royal family, from giant spit-roasted turkey legs, ringlets of fryes, boules of chowder or stew, onion blossoms and dragon wings, and many more delicious delicacies (including gluten-free, vegetarian and lactose-free options). Guests may quench thy thirst at any one of eight locations throughout the realm, whether they prefer champagne, specialty cocktails, wine, hard cider, mead, or beer. For sweet treats, Faire fans can choose from baked goods to ice cream treats, including Root Beere Floats and Brownie Sundaes.
Our talented artisans create one-of-a-kind treasures from near and far. Discover beautiful handspun pottery, sparkling crystals and jewelry, and artistic face painting. Delight in period clothing, leather and moccasins, armor, dancing wings, fresh floral garland hair wreaths, hand-carved bows, arrows and quivers. Watch as our blacksmiths demonstrate the forging of weaponry. Revel in scented oils, perfumes, apothecary goods, and have your future read with our psychic readers all while making memories that last long after the 40th season is over.
Guests are encouraged to skip the box office line and pre-purchase tickets online at kingrichardsfaire.net (note: King Richard’s Faire only accepts cash at the front gate box office). Guests will also be encouraged to wear masks if they are NOT fully vaccinated, and pet animals are not allowed unless they are legally identified service animals. No outside food or beverages are allowed into the Fairgrounds.
Visit kingrichardsfaire.net for a site map, event schedules, and ticket sales.
235 Main Street, Carver MA 02330
Tickets: $37 adult (12+); $35 for seniors ages 65+, $18 for children ages 4-11; and free for children 3 years of age and younger. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for group discount tickets.
Website link: http://kingrichardsfaire.net
Instagram/Twitter: @KRFaire #KRFaire; Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thekingrichardsfaire
Ticket link: https://kingrichardsfaire.net/ticket-admissions-faqs/
The Parent Pod: Mama's Timeout Event Details & Gift Card to Cape Cod Winery
August 26, 2021 @ 8pm
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Highfield Hall & Gardens Announces Wampanoag Cultural Celebration Day
Saturday, September 25, 2021 (Falmouth, Massachusetts)
Highfield Hall & Gardens is partnering with Wampanoag Cultural Education Specialists, and the Rotary Club of Falmouth to present a special Indigenous Peoples/Wampanoag Cultural Celebration Day, September 25, 2021 at Highfield Hall & Gardens. With Massachusetts’ and the Capes’ deep history with indigenous people, Highfield is partnering with members of the Wampanoag Education committee, and Rotary of Falmouth to present a fun and educational day-long festival to celebrate and raise awareness of the culture and history of local tribes whose ancestral lands include Cape Cod, the Islands, and reach to Marshfield and the Blue Hills. This family friendly day will include hands-on activities such as corn husk dolls, clay beads, and quahog shell rattles; traditional games, dance, storytelling, and tastes of Native American food. There will also be vendors from the Wampanoag Trading Post as well as other crafts/vendors from the tribe. This event will take place on the lawn and tent at Highfield Hall & Gardens, tickets are $10 per adult, children are free, registration is required.
Visit our website for more information about the exhibit & related programming - www.highfieldhallandgardens.org
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