Welcome to the
2017 St. Louis Renaissance Festival!

The St. Louis Renaissance Festival is celebrating its 18th Season!
Come and celebrate St. Louis's Favorite Festival!

Open Weekends September 16th - October 15th, 2017!



Calling all performers searching for their chance to shine in a world apart. The St. Louis Renaissance Festival is pleased to announce auditions for the 2017 season. The auditions will be held on the St Louis Renaissance Festival grounds on May 21 from Noon - 3pm.

St. Louis Renaissance Festival Grounds, Rotary Park, 2577 W Meyer Rd, Wentzville, MO

The St Louis Renaissance Festival wants musicians, bands, performance ensembles, actors, dancers, singers, acrobats, stage combat aficionados, and unique characters, of all shapes and sizes, to showcase their special talents. No experience is necessary, and no skill is too small. Participants interested in becoming a costumed street performer/character will be interviewed, asked to do some cold reading and if accepted, will be invited to participate in the Renaissance training Academy. The festival provides a character-building academy to help foster the skills, fortitude, and excitement that bring to life our unique craft of interactive street performance.

For more information email: Entertainment@STLRenFest.com

Audition Sign up!


All those who wish to share their creativity are invited to partake in the 2017 Coloring Book Contest! We now have both Adult (14 Years & Up) and Child (13 Years & Under) divisions, so any age is welcome to submit a coloring page! 

Coloring page submissions should be an intricate illustration with a Renaissance subject. Be creative! A Renaissance-theme could mean feasting, dancing, royalty, mermaids, fairies, jousting, juggling… and much more! 

Adult entries will be judged on the overall quality of both the picture and the subject, and how these two combined elements represent the spirit of the Renaissance Festival. 

Child entries will be judged on the quality and subject as well, but age will be taken into consideration to allow for an array of ages to be represented in the book.

More information coming soon!

Weapons Policy

The Festival bans guns on our premises. Longbows are allowed as long as they are not strung, arrows, with tips are not allowed unless you are competing in the longbow competition that day.

Swords, Knives, Dirks, and Daggers must be completely sheathead and peace-tied. Axes, Claymores, Maces, Antique Firearms, Pikes and Halberds are NOT allowed on the Festival site. No drawing of any weapon at any time. Must be 18 years or older to carry a weapon.



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