18th Annual Nebraska Renaissance Faire & Medieval Pageant
and 13th Annual Midlands Pirate Festival
April 25-26, 2020 (10am to 6pm)
Riverwest Park in NW Omaha, NE 68022
Huzzah and welcome to the longest running weekend Renaissance festival in Nebraska, established in 2003 in Ashland, and formerly held at Bellevue Berry Farm and River City Star Landing. Bring your friends and family out for two festivals in one – an edutainment celebration of 16th Century Europe and 18th Century Caribbean buccaneers.
April 25-26, 2020
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Rain or shine!
Adults (14 and up) – $13
Kids (5 to 13) – $7
4 and Under – Free!
2-day pass – $21/$11
(DO NOT USE GPS. YOU WILL GET LOST.)
233rd and West Maple Road (Highway 64)
Elkhorn NE, 68022
Pay for the fun, not for leaving your car in a parking lot!
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Costume Policy: Yes, please! Just keep it family friendly. There may be kids around. (That includes you, cosplayer who plans to come as a sexy Star Trek ensign.)
Outside Food: No outside food or drinks, please. (They’d let you bring in a water bottle, though.)
Pet Policy: Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome. Muzzle if needed.Please clean up after your dog. Management reserves the right to ask dog & owner to leave if any aggression or problems with dog are seen.
Weapons: Any weapons that are part of your costume must be safely peace tied at all times.
- Des Moines Renaissance Faire (new location; no longer at Sleepy Hollow Sports Park) – Des Moines, IA
- Iowa-Minnesota Pirate Festival – Owatonna, MN
- Iowa Renaissance Festival – Amana Colonies, IA
- Midlands Renaissance Revel & Pirate Fest – Council Bluffs, IA
- Nebraska Renaissance Faire – Omaha, NE
- Quad Cities Renaissance Faire – Davenport, IL
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