Welcome to my Renaissance Faire blog.

This blog is an addition to Renaissance Faire Pictorial.com. The site focuses on my visits to Renaissance Festivals and events in the south eastern USA. I post pictures, links, and information on faires in TN, Ky, Al, and Ga. In addition I have calendars for Renaissance, pirate, and fairy festivals. I do not list them all, there are several sites that do that. For information on others faires visit Faire Folk or Renaissance Festival.com.
I will use the blog to post festival news, audition notices, site update notices and more. Early each month I list the events for the coming month. Please drop in a comment, rate a post, or use the share this blog link to the right.

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~ by Chris on January 26, 2010.

4 Responses to “Welcome to my Renaissance Faire blog.”

  1. http://www.jewishjournal.com/geekheeb/item/faire_thee_well_20100407/

    Check out this blog post on Sarrow, producer of the documentary “Faire: An American Renaissance,” as well as a featured commentator, Sarrow presents an insightful history of a counterculture that found meaning in the recreation of Elizabethan history—bawdy bodices, flagons and all.

  2. Hi. I’ve known about the Ren Faire (the larger version) for awhile, but I didn’t know about this particular event until some friends told me. I plan to visit before it is over and I’m so happy to know that there is a blog for this festival!

  3. I work at the Georgia Renaissance Festival and have for 7 years. Love to see the joy shared!

    Nominated you for the Liebster Award!


    • Thanks, The Georgia Renaissance Festival is a fun festival, unfortunately I haven’t made there for a few years. Maybe next year.
      Thanks for the nomination. I’m working on my blogs this weekend and will respond soon.

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