Medieval knights and wenches rejoice, the annual King Richard's Faire is making its return for the Fall of 2021.

Located at 235 Main Street in Carver, King Richard's Faire is scheduled for the weekends of September 4 through October 24 and renaissance and cosplay fanatics could not be happier. 

This year marks the 40th anniversary for KRF and what a milestone for a comeback. Kicking off on the 4th, the fair will always be open for the following holidays: September 6th (Labor Day) as well as October 11th (Columbus Day). Gates for the medieval fair is scheduled to open for 10:30 AM with a closing time of 6:30 PM.

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The ‘New England Renaissance Festival brings fun and enchantment that’s welcomed by all ages. From the King’s brave horseback knights to the comedic wenches, over 100 performers and characters are well trained and versed to entertain all who join in on the festivities.

Sword making, hand-spun pottery, glass blowing, psychic readings and more await you on your adventure through the kingdom of King Richard. Be sure to bring your appetite for giant turkey legs as it’s a staple menu item at the KRF.

Escape the reality of 2021 for a day and journey through time back to the renaissance days of shivery, knighthood, and majestic courts. Tickets for the event can be purchased online at KingRichardsFaire.net. 

Join in on the fun by dressing the part of a jester, a knight, a wench, a stable hand or perhaps show off your royalty with some purple robes. Play the part, be merry and of course, become one with the world of King Richard’s Faire.

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