30th anniv graphic by Janna Jones

The Moscow Renaissance Fair is a two-day celebration of spring with live entertainment, food, and crafts for kids and adults of all ages.

Free admission.
No dogs, please.
Alcohol is not allowed in the park.

Moscow Renaissance Fair
Saturday April 30 and Sunday May 1, 2016
East City Park, Moscow, Idaho


We are gearing up for the 43rd annual Moscow Renaissance Fair with outstanding music and entertainment, wonderful food, and unique hand-crafted arts and crafts.

Admission is FREE to the public. The Moscow Renaissance Fair is a non-profit organization. We are self-supporting and accept no corporate sponsorships.

The Fair is held outside under the trees at East City Park, Third and Monroe Streets, the weekend of the first Sunday in May.

Craft booths operate 10:00 to 7:00 Saturday and 10:00 to 5:00 Sunday, rain or shine.

Two performance stages. Main Stage entertainment goes from 10:00 to 9:00 Saturday and 10:00 to 6:00 Sunday. Stage II 10:30 to 5:00 Saturday and Sunday.

All food booths are non-commercial, profits from which go to betterment of the community.

Watch or join in the parades and the public maypole dances. There will be lots of activities for children as well.

Support Your Local Renaissance Fair — volunteer opportunities are available both leading up to and at the fair. For information please contact the MRF President.



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photos (c) 2011 David Hall

Always the weekend of the first Sunday in May.
Moscow Renaissance Fair | P.O. Box 8848 | Moscow, ID 83843 USA
moscowrenfair.org

facebook.com/moscowrenaissancefair
At the Fair
  Peter Basoa Stage (2015)
  Stage II (2015)
  Craft booths (2015)
  Food booths (2015)
  Program (2015)
  Map of the fair (2015)

Applications
  Craft Vendors (2016)
  Food Vendors (2016)
  Poster contest (2016)
  Main Stage (2016)
  Kid's Market (2015)

The RenFair Story
* Ren Fair history
* Photo gallery
* Poster gallery
* Program gallery


* RenFair contacts
* Lodging information
* Thanks!
* Make a donation

* Vendor parking info
The Moscow Renaissance Fair is directed by a private, non-profit community group and is the only self-sustaining festival of its kind in the region.
Always the weekend of the first Sunday in May.

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