The Mobile Renaissance Faire and Pirate Festival

November 19 - 20 2016 in Robertsdale, Al

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In 2001 Steve Melei established the first Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire, now enjoy this tradition which celebrates our heritage.  The fun, fresh air and exercise of the event is great for every age. Patrons are encouraged to come in costume, as the event seeks to forge new bonds between the past and present. Come watch jousting, exotic birds, dancers and more!

The Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire celebrates the history and heritage of Medieval Europe, as well as the 16th-century Gulf Coast, with performances from fully costumed jousting knights, falconers, pirates, and royalty. Guests step back in time to enjoy the Medieval Village's arts and crafts from local craftsfolk and curious costumed performers.

Come see us in March

Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire

March 4-5 2017 in Pensacola, Fl

Location: Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds
Apply for a boothe for organizations groups, classes and acts.
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MEDIEVAL VILLAGE SCHOOL FIELD TRIP INFORMATION

School Field Trip info
TO: PRINCIPAL
Brought to you by the Mobile & Gulf Coast Renaissance Faires New Fun Filled Field Trip!! Go back in time!!
If you have interested in bringing your students to a field trip at medieval Village, a living history village depicting life in medieval & renaissance times where they will be witness to live jousting knights on horseback with full armor, a live blacksmith demo, swordfighting demo & more please contact us at 850-429-8462, 850-572-1407 or 850-261-3129 or via email to SEMLEGALASST@BELLSOUTH.NET.
DATES/TIMES FOR SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS ARE NOVEMBER 18th , 2016, BEGINNING AT 9 AM UNTIL 3 PM.
The tour/shows will last approx. 2 hours and will be educational imparting historical info booth verbal and visual through historical re-enactment both fun and enlightening . Cost per student $5.00. Students pack a lunch as only limited food will be available. Drinks will be for sale.
GET MEDIEVAL WITH US THIS FALL!
STEVEN MELEI, PRESIDENT-MEDIEVAL VILLAGE-GULF COAST & MOBILE RENAISSANCE FAIRES

The Mobile Renaissance Faire and Pirate Festival Events

joustingmagiciansjugglersgypsiesswordfightjestersfun fun fun

COME SEE THE CASTLE! SEE JOUSTING KNIGHTS FROM HISTORY CHANNEL'S FULL METAL JOUSTING! MEET THE KING AND QUEEN! EAT DRINK & BE MERRY AS YOU ARE ENTERTAINED BY JESTERS, JUGGLERS, MAGICIANS, FIREBREATHERS, GYPSY DANCERS, PIRATES, FALCONRY, SWORDFIGHTERS, MUSIC, FOOD , GAMES, CRAFTS & MORE!

Get Medieval!


Be a Part of the Act

Apply for a boothe for organizations groups, classes and acts. The next Renaissance Faire goes on, rain or shine November 19 - 20 2016. Come and meet Their Majesties, see fabulous characters and experience the arts of renaissance and a historically good time!


16th Annual Gulf Coast Renaisannce Faire

The Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire and Pirate Festival
Merchants and Entertainers can plan ahead for our Gulf Coast Renaisannce Faire in Pensacola March 2017 at the Penscacola Interstate Fair Site
Applications and Vendor Forms located here

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Medieval Village Renaisannce Faire

Medieval Village
is currently under development and accepting
applications from full time artists, crafters and
vendors to establish a permanent shop at the site.
Located at
30569 Eagle Lane
Robertsdale AL
Only 2 miles north of I-10 at Wilcox Rd Exit!
Henchpersons, deck hands, volunteers, free stuff,
charity donations and equipment wanted, fill out the
Contact Form and ask for progress and details or let us know how you can help.

Medieval Village
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Medieval History

Medieval History

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Jousting History

Jousting emerged in the High Middle Ages based on the military use of the lance by heavy cavalry. It transformed into a specialised sport during the Late Middle Ages, and remained popular with the nobility both in England and Germany throughout the whole of the 16th century (while in France, it was discontinued after the death of King Henry II in an accident in 1559). In England, jousting was the highlight of the Accession Day tilts of Elizabeth I and James I, and also was part of the festivities at the marriage of Charles I.    Read more...

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