Congratulations to Taylor Smith for  designing a poster so representative of Florence, AL, the Renaissance City!


     I wanted the poster design to reflect as much of the local Shoals area culture as possible. Since it is the Renaissance Faire I chose to use a medieval-stylized version of our city's Renaissance Tower as the foundation for the layout, with a handful of fleur-de-lis* symbols (the ubiquitous emblem of Florence) adorning the spaces between the windows. Within the tower's windows are five characters. The far left (guitarist...or lutist), center (singer), and far right (horn player) characters represent the musical legacy of the Shoals, from the recording studios to the W.C. Handy Festival. The center left figure (artist) represents the arts culture of our area, such as the Arts Alive festival, as he attempts to paint a great blue heron (another local native) as it flies by. Finally, the center right figure (angler) represents the vibrant angling culture of our area. He must be a bass angler because he appears distressed over his catch..."Alas, a catfish!"                                                                                        Taylor Smith, artist


 *the symbol of Florence is the Giglio aka Italian "fleur de lis"


 Alabama Renaissance Feast 

October 15, 2022

7 p.m.

Florence-Lauderdale Coliseum

Veteran's Drive

Florence, AL 35630

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The  36th Alabama Renaissance Faire is happening on October 22 & 23, 2022 in Wilson Park, Florence, AL. Free admission & free parking. Expect 35K visitors, ≈100 vendors, and 15-20 performers. Performance schedules will be updated the week of the event. Vendors are invited to provide us with links to their websites and social media and to link us in return. 

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OCTOBER 22-23, 2022

Video Courtesy of Southeastern RenFaire YouTube Channel

Please continue to visit our website for updates and to follow us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. 

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Founded in 1987, we are the official faire of Alabama by legislative decree.  Our mission is to educate about the Medieval and Renaissance Eras through entertainment. Our timeline is 1100-1650, with the focus on 1330-1550. While the theme and monarchs change each year, everyone is welcome -- including Vikings, pirates,  fairies, trolls, and dragons!

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We are held in a handicapped-accessible public park in the middle of downtown Florence, AL.


Our admission and parking are free.  

Saturday Hours: 10 am - 6 pm

Sunday Hours: 12 pm - 6 pm